|Coordinates:||23.25 °N 69.67 °E|
|Altitude:||110 m (360 ft)|
|Present Day Details|
|Place Name:||[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhuj Bhuj}|
|Cutch State Railway|
Bhuj was the capital of the Princely State of Cutch, now part of Gujarat. For administrative purposes, it was regarded as part of the Bombay Presidency. It was the location of a cantonment, where mainly Native Infantry regiments were garrisoned.
Modern name: Bhuj
- St Mary's Roman Catholic Church
- St Andrews Church built in 1856 "One of the oldest Churches In India" 
- The cantonment church was consecrated in 1872
- Bhuj Wikipedia (retrieved 7 June 2016)
Historical books online
- "Bhuj" Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 8, page 151.
- "Bhuj", page 215 Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency: Volume 5, Cutch, Palanpur and Mahi Kantha 1883 Archive.org
- "Medical Topography of Bhooj" page 241, A Narrative of a Visit to the Court of Sinde by James Burnes, Surgeon to the Residency at Bhooj 1829 Reprinted 1831 Google Books
- Bhooj c early 1830s page 91 Sketches of a Soldier's Life in India by Staff Sergeant Thomas Quinney, Hon. East India Company’s Service, 1853 Google Books. He arrived in Bombay May 1827 and transferred to the Bombay Artillery c 1830. He was invalided in January 1841.
- Volume III, Travels into Bokhara; being the account of a journey from India to Cabool, Tartary, and Persia; also, Narrative of a voyage on the Indus, from the sea to Lahore, with presents from the king of Great Britain; performed under the orders of the supreme government of India, in the years 1831, 1832, and 1833 by Lieutenant Alexander Burnes 1834 Archive.org. The author was for several years employed in the Quarter-Master-General’s Department in the province of Cutch, and at least the final chapter concerns Cutch.
- Cutch or Random Sketches taken during a Residence in one of the Northern Provinces of Western India by Mrs Postans 1839 Google Books
- "An Episode of the Second Afghan War, 1878–79" by Colonel J. M. Beamish Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 1913;21:1 pages 111-116. There is a short Appendix about Bhuj in 1898.