The Aina Mahal, currently a museum, was built under Rao Lakhpatji. It now stands as a storehouse of the culture and history of Kachchh. The building bears the mark of its architect, Ramsang Malam, who was influenced by European style during his long stay in Holland.
Kakkadbhit Yaksha is situated along the highway at a few kilometers from Punareshwar. Placed on small hillock are 72 idols of Yaksha or Jakhs that supposedly came from Iran. These as per the scholars, were the first batch of Parsi migrants to reach Jakhau due to a shipwreck. The memorial was created to honour their acts of sacrifice and bravery to protect the local people from the tyrannical rule of Punarvo the then ruler of the region.
A popular site is the cenotaph’s complex at Chattaradi in Bhuj. These are built of red stones. Of all the tombs here the largest and the finest is the one of Rao Lakha built in 1770 AD. It s polygonal in shape with balconies and an intricately carved roof. Other impressive cenotaphs are the ones of Rao Rayadhan, Rao Desai and Rao Pragmal, respectively.
Sarad Bagh Palace was the official residence of the last king of Kutch, Madansingh until his death in the UK in 1991, after which the palace to the east of the lake has been turned into a small museum. The palace is set in the spacious and beautifully tended gardens, which was built in 1867 and is of very modest proportions.