Mundra, a census town in Kutch district, houses the largest private port of India.

The Mahadev temple has memorials to some Mundra sailors, including some who advised the Sultan of Zanzibar and guided Vasco da Gama to India. Darya Pir, the patron saint of Kutchi fisher people, arrived here from Bukhara (now in Uzbekistan) in 1660. Popular among the locals, he introduced them to Islam, and they built the shrine that bears his name here when he died. This site still receives visitors of many religious backgrounds seeking blessings. The Mughal Emperor built a gate in his honor, which still stands and is known today as the Mughal Gate. Interestingly, the walls of the old city fortifications have a religious origin, as they were dragged from the ruins of the Jain city of Bhadreshwar.

Tourist Places

The Mahadev Temple


Bukhari Pir Dargah

Shantinath Mahadev Temple

Sheetalnath Temple

Parshwanath Temple

Mahavir Temple

Nilkant Mahadev Temple


Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad (364 km from Mundra)
Jamnagar Airport (281 km from Mundra)
Kandla Airport (57 km from Mundra)
Bhadreshwar Railway Station (14 km from Mundra)
Gandhidham Railway Station (61 km from Mundra)
Mundra Bus Stand, Vardhman nagar (13 km from Mundra Port OHC)
Local Cabs Available


Aarti Multispeciality Hospital
Accord Multi Speciality Hospital
Adani Hospital Mundra Pvt Ltd
Kadar Body Massage
Vaishali Ayurveda
Navjivan Nature Cure

Shop & Eat

Chandni Handicrafts
Attractions Handicraft
Mukesh Jewellers
Akshar Jewellers
Mirza Mall
Ratnakala Market
Sabri Fast Food
Kathiyawadi Dining Hall
Hotel Zarna