Located on the banks of the Swargavahini river, the scenic town of Dharampur is a popular tourist attraction near Silvassa that enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year. Dharampur lies in the Tribal Belt of Gujarat and is often referred to as the Kashmir of Gujarat. Interacting with the hospitable tribes of Kholcha, Bhel, Nayaka, Koknas and others make for an enriching experience.

The most popular tourist attractions in Dharampur include Lady Wilson Museum, District Science Centre and Japanese Gardens. The town is also home to the international headquarters of the Shrimad Rajchandra Mission. As you enter the town, you will be welcomed by the Rajya Rohan Gate, which has been built in the European style of architecture. The town also boasts idols built in Greek style. The Lady Wilson Museum is run in a heritage building located near the Science Centre. The museum was built in 1928 and displays a great collection of artefacts and relics that depict the lifestyle of the tribal communities of Gujarat. As many as nine different categories of exhibits are displayed in the museum. Its various sections deal with different subjects like tribals, anthropology, art, music, toys and industrial articles. Dharampur will surprise you with its rich culture and heritage.

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