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Great place to see wooden ships being built. We saw a huge dhow under construction but sadly all around it were the wrecks of abandoned boats and abandoned building projects.
I think this is a dying art. After 600 years the trade in these ships...More
It's a small bridge which u may not notice if u are not aware of the background. Even Local people were not aware about the history of the bridge that it's one of the oldest of its kind in the country.
This bridge may be chaotic with human, animal and vehicle traffic and risky to walk without a pedestrian path, but strolling and watching the morning sun and thousands of birds filling the blue skies with the town's modern buildings in the background alongside the charming...More
The bridge is located near the mouth where Rukmavati River meets the sea. I think the river has dried up as there was no water when I arrived. The sea water fills in parts of the bed during high tides. You can see trawlers and...More
This bridge is built on Rukmavati river in Mandvi where the river meets arabian see. The place offer a glimpse of wooden trawlers being built and is one of its kind in India. The view of ships and oceans in enchanting.
It is a beautiful bridge and it gives a beautiful view of the boats under construction. Perhaps the view is better after monsoons when there is more water in the river. When I had gone in March the river was almost dry but there were...More