Gujarat historians are thrilled at the discovery of a four-km long fortification south-west of Taranga Hills, comprising Jogida, Shamalia and Dhagolia, in Mehsana district. It was discovered in May this year and kept a closely guarded secret by the state archaeology department. They have all the reasons to believe that this could be the city of Anarthpura, the fabled land of warriors and the possible origin of Gujarat.
Gujarat sits on the western coast of India, bounded by the Arabian Sea to the west, and surrounded by the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. This diverse state will reveal many hidden treasures including incredibly ornate temples and palaces, stunning architecture amongst a vibrant multi-cultural society.