The Great Rann of Kutch, a substantial territory of salt marshland, is situated in the District of Kutch, in the western province of India, Gujarat. The huge region is arranged in the Thar Desert and is shaped of salt swamps which make an entrancing perspective that pulls in explorers from everywhere throughout the world. Dusks at the Great Rann of Kutch are a treat to the eyes subsequent to investigating the area. Watching the moon on a full moon night in the spellbinding surroundings of the Great Rann of Kutch will influence you to feel like you are on an alternate planet by and large. The locale has been so well known for its common magnificence that it was included in ious movies in India, for instance - Refugee, Magadheera, Goliyon Ki Raasleela Raamleela, Sarainodu and so forth. It has likewise been said in a few books including the Booker Prize-Winning Novel, Midnight's Children, composed by Salman Rushdie. The name, Great Rann of Kutch, was gotten from "Rann" which means forsake in Hindi and the locale it is situated in. It is considered as one of the biggest salt leaves in the whole world.