Kachchh (also spelled as Kutch) in Gujarat, with an area of 45,652 sq km is the largest District in India. The administrative headquarters of Kachchh is in Bhuj. The district's five main towns are Gandhidham, Bhuj, Anjaar, Mandavi and Mundra. There are 966 smaller villages in the area.
Kachchh literally means something which intermittently becomes wet and
dry. Rann of Kachchh, a significant region of Kachchh district is
shallow wet-land which submerges in water during the rainy season and
becomes dry during other seasons. Kachchhi and Gujarati are the dominant
languages of the area. Kachchhi draws heavily from its neighbouring
language groups: Sindhi, Punjabi and Gujarati.