Anjar is a town and a municipality in Kutch district in the state of Gujarat, India.
The country is dry and sandy, and entirely depends on well irrigation for its water supply.
The town is situated nearly 10 miles from the Gulf of Kutch. The town was established on Vikram Sawant Magsar vad 2, 1602 (Approx. 1545 CE) by Maharao Khengarji.
The town has many temples and mosques, with the largest surviving temple, Bhadreshwar (Famous Jain Temple Made with white marble Damaged fully in earthquake 26 January 2001) , located near the town park.
Major festivals in Anjar include Raveri (The parade for Krishna on Janamashtmi) and Jakh Dada no mero (A fun fair).