Mandvi is a town with locale in the Kutch zone in the Indian domain of Gujarat. It was at one time a critical port of the district and summer pull back for Maharao master of the Cutch State. The old city was encased in the fortress divider and remains of the stronghold divider can at display be seen. The city has a four-hundred-year-old ship building industry, which was started by the rank of Kharva that still structures minimal wooden pontoons. Mandvi is a town of merchants and mariners, both normally benefitting by each other. Mandvi is an exceptional town which gets the authentic Gujarat, Kutchi culture. Mandvi also unites the neighboring towns of Nagalpur and Moti Rayan.
The focal point of attractions at Mandvi is the Vijay Vilas Palace, a Royal home amidst well-laid patio nurseries with water channels and marble wellsprings. The planner and skilled workers from Jaipur composed and built the royal residence in 1920 AD. The royal residence has every one of the components of Rajput design and draws to a great extent on the arrangement of royal residences of Orchha and Datia. The focal high vault on the columns, the Bengal arches on the sides, the windows with hued glass, cut stone 'jalis', domed bastions at the corners, broadened patio and other wonderfully stone-cut components, make the royal residence worth going to. The Vijay Vilas Palace has its own private shoreline which offers aerated and cooled rose convenience. This royal residence has been utilized as the set in numerous Hindi movies and has now turned into a visitor goal.