Oslo Cinema – It is oldest theater in Gandhidham built by Maharo Madansinhji of Kutch in 1950. The Maharo was Indian Ambassador at Norway and he named the theatre after his one of the favorite place, Oslo of Norway.
The theater was inaugurated by a lady guest from Norway. As remembered , in 1960 the first movie in the theater was Dilip Kumar and Meena Kumari starred Kohinoor.
The theater was and is one of the most popular landmark in Gandhidham and surrounding area is known as Oslo. Presently the theater is closed for last many year
Kodki, Bhuj, Kutch. This place is just outskirt of Bhuj. It is said that earthquake of 1819 has created this crack! It is beautiful place to visit, with due caution and care!
Direction on Google Maps -
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Chhari-Dhand – Kutch, Gujarat
Chhari-Dhand is the largest natural wetland in Kachchh District (Gujarat), located near Chhari-Fulay village of Nakhtrana, Taluka. This wetland is home to thousands of migratory waterfowl. During a good monsoon year Chhari-Dhand(Dhand, a shallow lake) gets inundated with rain water that lasts through out the year and is a paradise for amateur bird watchers, wetland and wildlife expers. It provides habitat for 55 species with the abundance of around 50,000 birds. Many of these fall under the rare and threatened categories. Many raptor species, Greater flamingo , Great white pelican, Common pochards and Common coot are some of the bird species commonly found here. The Indian wolf, Jungle cat, Chinkara, Caracal are the threatened mammalian fauna that depend on this wetland.