Mundra is a town in Kutch area in the Indian province of Gujarat. Mundra Port is the biggest private port in India. Old Mundra town was walled and braced with the stone work from the vestiges of antiquated town of Bhadresar, twenty seven kilometer toward the north-east. Mundra was outstanding for salt and zest exchanging the past and now for splash-color and square printed materials. The old harbor is for all intents and purposes unusable today, and just little neighborhood angling create explore its silted conduits up the waterway.
The primary wellspring of pay for the nearby individuals is farming, agriculture and wage work. Mundra has a Date Palm Research Station worked by Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University. A few people are utilized in assembling organizations, port and power stations. The Mahadev temple has memorials to famous Mundra sailors, including some who educated the Sultan with respect to Zanzibar and guided Vasco da Gama to India. Darya Pir, the benefactor holy person of Kutchi fisherpeople, touched base here from Bukhara now in Uzbekistan in 1660.
He was very much adored by local people, acquainted them with Islam, and they constructed the altar that bears his name here when he passed on; this site still gets guests of numerous religious foundations looking for gifts. The Mughal Emperor fabricated a door in his respect, which still stands and is referred to today as the Mughal Gate. Strangely, the dividers of the old city fortresses have a religious starting point, as they were hauled from the vestiges of the Jain city of Bhadreshwar.