Lakhpat is the last town situated at the western end of India,
on the India-Pakistan border, at the junction of Kori Creek and
Rann of Kuchh. It is located at 23°49'N and 68°48'E.
A legend says that Rao Lakhpat founded it and hence, it is named
is a fortified town with high walls, several gates and bastions
made out of hard stone. After a short period of prosperity, Lakhpat
lost its maritime significance in 1851 AD, when the Sindhu river
changed its course. Once a thriving town with population of 15000
is today a deserted town with only few families living here.
Trade generated a daily income of one lakh (1,00,000) Kori - an
old currency of Kutch State.
General Information & Accomdation info on Lakhpat city of Gujarat