Narayan Sarovar Overview
Named after Lord Narayan, an embodiment of Lord Vishnu, Narayan Sarovar is a holy and divine place of worship for Hindus. The glimpse of the setting sun, the sea and the temple are enchanting. It is also one among the five holy lakes of Hinduism.

A very unique holy experience, Narayan Sarovar is said to be formed when the foot of Lord Vishnu touched the land and the water erupted out of that spot, blessing it with a shape of a pious. The place holds a fair every 11th to 15th of Kartik (Nov-Dec). You can also witness a number of birds like herons, plovers and egrets. 

Location: Lakhpat, Kutch district,Gujarat, India.

Timing: Open 24 hours.

Best Time to Visit: October to February
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