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A screenwriter writes a script, which is the story of the movie with dialogue and things that the actors will say and do. A producer hires people to work on the movie and gets all of the money that will be needed to pay for the actors and the equipment. Producers usually get the money by borrowing it from a bank or by getting investors to lend money to the movie production. Some producers work for a movie studio; other producers are independent (they do not work for a movie studio).

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I Am Kalam is a 2011 Indian Hindi-language drama film produced by Smile Foundation and directed by Nila Madhab Panda, cinematography by Mohana Krishna. The character of Chhotu has been performed by Harsh Mayar. The film was screened in the market section at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival on 12 May 2010.] It has been showcased in various film festivals and has received many awards and honours. The film was screened retrospective on August 17th 2016 at the Independence Day Film Festival jointly presented by the Indian Directorate of Film Festivals and Ministry of Defense, commemorating 70th Indian Independence Day.

A poor boy (Harsh Mayar) derives inspiration from the former President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. He then decides to change his name to Kalam and harbours a dream of meeting the visionary.

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I Am Kalam released in India screens on 5 August 2011. A special screening was held for Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam at his Delhi residence on 29 July. The film was acquired and distributed by Ultra Media & Entertainment.

Rajeev Masand of News18 praised the acting performances of all actors specially Harsh Mayar who played the character of Kalam. Masand also complimented the script which he felt was very well written because it integrated a very important message about education in its screenplay without being melodramatic. Masand gave the film a rating of 3.5 out of 5. Mayank Shekhar of Hindustan Times found the film to be "sweet and engaging" and gave it a rating of 3 out of 5 appreciating its realistic nature.

Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express gave the film a rating of 3.5 out of 5 while praising its good intentions and the performances of all actors. Namrata Joshi of Outlook praised the positive nature of the film but found the pacing to be slow. Namrata gave the film a rating of 2 out of 5 saying that "It’s a straight, simple story with no great highs and lows". Amy L. Hayden of Time Out found the film "heartwarming and inspirational" but felt that American kids might not be able to relate to it.

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Kachch or Kutch means 'surrounded by water' is the largest district in the state of Gujarat. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the west and the south and is literally surrounded by water. Kuchch is also known as the 'mystery land' and is located in remote location far away from the hustle bustle of the city.

Kuchch is famous for its various attractions and has plenty to offer to its visitors. If you want to discover Kachch, then the maps of Kachch can help you to locate the popular spots that are an attraction to the tourist and a must see. You can roam around Kuchch with the help of the map easily and enjoy the nature that keeps welcoming the tourists repeatedly. The chief towns here are the Bhuj, Mandvi, and port Kandla. Kachch is a charming place that has the ability to attract tourist towards it with its natural beauty and wide and endless landscape splendor. In fact, Kuchch is a fiery beauty that comprises of endless desert plain that you can see till the horizon. Basically it is a seasonal island. The place is built with dangerous swirling sea and little Ranns. The Ranns are wide spread land of hard mud which is dry and is flooded with water by seawater during the monsoon and later by the fresh river water, thus making it barren due to the presence of salt in it. However, you can still find vegetation above the salt level part.

Kachch is home to 18 different tribes and have their own culture and language. It has a significant character of its own. Sparsely populated, Kachch is heterogeneously populated, which is surprising. Tourist can experience many shades of Kachch as it very different during the summer, rainy season and the winter season. One can see the distinct culture of the people of Kachch and can see that the clothing and the jewelry along with the life style is very colorful and vibrant.

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Tapi district is one of the 33 districts of Gujarat state in western India.It has 7 talukas Vyara, Songadh, Nijhar, Valod, Uchhal, Dolavan, Kukarmund. Vyara town is the district headquarters. The district was formed in 2007 out of some talukas that were separated from Surat district. As of 2011, 90.15% of the district's population is rural and 84.2% of its population is scheduled tribes.

According to the 2011 census, Tapi district has a population of 807,022, roughly equal to the nation of Comoros or the US state of South Dakota. This gives it a ranking of 484th in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 234 inhabitants per square kilometre (610/sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 12.07%. Tapi has a sex ratio of 1004 females for every 1000 males,[3] and a literacy rate of 69.23%.

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About Valsad District

Valsad District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Valsad District Administrative head quarter is Valsad. It is is Located 342 KM North towards State capital Gandhinagar . Valsad District population is 1703068. It is 17 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Valsad District

It is Located at Latitude-20.6, Longitude-72.9. Valsad District is sharing border with Nashik District to the East , Thane District to the South , Navsari District to the North . It is sharing Border with Maharashtra State to the East . Valsad District occupies an area of approximately 5244 square kilometres. . Its in the 41 meters to 12 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India . It is a Coastal district and beaches also there.Valsad District is sharing border with arabian sea.

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi, Marathi . Valsad District is divided into 5 Talukas , 371 Panchayats , 2697 Villages. Dharampur Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 180386 population. Pardi Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 405902 population.

Census 2011 of Valsad District

Valsad district Total population is 1703068 according to census 2011.Males are 884251 and Females are 818817 .Literate people are 1126750 among total.Its total area is 5244 sq.km. It is the 17 th largest district in the state by Population . But 10 th Largest District in the state By Area. 285 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 11 th highest District in the State By literacy rate. 150 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 80.94

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About Vadodara District

Vadodara District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Vadodara District Administrative head quarter is Vadodara. It is is Located 135 KM North towards State capital Gandhinagar . Vadodara District population is 4157568. It is 3 rd Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Vadodara District

It is Located at Latitude-22.3, Longitude-73.1. Vadodara District is sharing border with Alirajpur District to the East , Nandurbar District to the East , Anand District to the North , Bharuch District to the South , Narmada District to the South , Panch Mahals District to the North . It is sharing Border with Madhya Pradesh State to the East , Maharashtra State to the South . Vadodara District occupies an area of approximately 7550 square kilometres. . Its in the 92 meters to 28 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India . It is a Coastal district and beaches also there.Vadodara District is sharing border with arabian sea.

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi, Marathi, English . Vadodara District is divided into 12 Talukas , 967 Panchayats , 2607 Villages. Shinor Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 69094 population. Vadodara Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 1705989 population.

Census 2011 of Vadodara District

Vadodara district Total population is 4157568 according to census 2011.Males are 2149725 and Females are 2007843 .Literate people are 2750647 among total.Its total area is 7550 sq.km. It is the 3 rd largest district in the state by Population . But 7 th Largest District in the state By Area. 48 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 10 th highest District in the State By literacy rate. 145 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 81.21

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About Surendranagar District

Surendranagar District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Surendranagar District Administrative head quarter is Surendranagar. It is is Located 139 KM East towards State capital Gandhinagar . Surendranagar District population is 1755873. It is 16 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Surendranagar District

It is Located at Latitude-22.7, Longitude-71.6. Surendranagar District is sharing border with Ahmadabad District to the East , Rajkot District to the west . Surendranagar District occupies an area of approximately 10489 square kilometres. . Its in the 67 meters to 108 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India .

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi . Surendranagar District is divided into 11 Talukas , 615 Panchayats , 713 Villages. Lakhtar Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 69551 population. Wadhwan Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 315995 population.

Census 2011 of Surendranagar District

Surendranagar district Total population is 1755873 according to census 2011.Males are 910250 and Females are 845623 .Literate people are 1161686 among total.Its total area is 10489 sq.km. It is the 16 th largest district in the state by Population . But 4 th Largest District in the state By Area. 272 nd Largest District in the Country By Population. 21 st highest District in the State By literacy rate. 315 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 73.19

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Surat, located in Gujarat, has been an important trading center since ancient times. The existence of this city can be traced back to the Vedic age. Its medieval name was Suryapur. The name, Surat, was used by the Muslim rulers or it may be derived from Persian 'Bunder-e Khoobsurat' (beautiful port).

Surat had a population of 2,433,787(2001). There many primary schools which are both government affiliated and private institutions. Surat is famous for diamond polishing, silk, textiles, spices, ivory handicrafts, embroidery works such as zari and zardosi and jewelry which are a rage in the international markets. Surat is connected to Mumbai by airway and is well connected by road and rail to the rest of the country.

Places of tourist interest in Surat are the old fort build by Muhammad- Bin- Tughlaq, the Unai hot spring, the beautiful beaches of Ubharat and Tilhat, the villages of Bardoli and Dandi where Gandhiji started Satyagraha movement and Dandi march respectively. The Vansada National Park in Surat is famous for the wild boars, leopards, tigers, panther it houses. The hill resorts of Saputara is also well known among tourists

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The Sabarkantha district is located in the southern part of Gujarat. This district had a population of 2,082,531 according to the 2001 census. It covers an area of 7,390sq. km. Ninety percent of the population is rural. The main occupations of these people are dairy farming and agriculture.

The temple of Shamlaji, one of the famous Vaisnava shrines, is located in Sabarkantha district. It is a pilgrimage center and a place of tourist interest because of the yearly fair held here.

Gujarat, one of India's most prosperous states lying in Western India is popular not only for being the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, but also the site of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization.The capital of Gujarat is Gandhinagar, with Ahmedabad as its largest city. The population of Gujarat is 60,383,628 (2011 census) and the state covers an area of 1, 96,024 sq km and shares its border with the states of Rajasthan , Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra . The state has a literacy rate of 79.31 percent. Gujarat is the 7th largest state in India in terms of area. The 196,024 sq kms of area in the state is divided into 26 districts at present. The state of Gujarat had 17 districts when it was formed in the year 1960, but now there are 33 Districts. All the northern districts of the Bombay, which was a state in its own till then, were a part of Gujarat after 1960.

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Rajkot, located in Gujarat is a center of commercial and industrial importance. It was founded by Vibhoji and used to be the capital of Saurastra. The Aji river flows through this district .

Rajkot is centrally located in the Kathiawar peninsula. It had a population of 18,00,000(2001 census). It has numerous primary schools, 5 Institutes of Technology, 90 high schools and 20 colleges. Rajkot is well connected by domestic airways, rail and road.

Rajkot is known as the birthplace of the Gandhian Non Violence movement. It is famous for manufacturing jewelry, woolen and cotton textiles, handicrafts and bandhni textiles. Places of tourist interest in Rajkot are the beautiful lakes around Aji Dam, Rashtriya Shala, Rajkumar college and the beautiful Jagat Mandir dedicated to Shri Shri Ramakrishna Paramahansa. The Tarnetar fair, which is yearly held here to celebrate the legendary marriage of Arjuna and Draupadi attracts many tourists.

Gujarat is the Western most state of India. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the west, shares its borders with Madhya Pradesh in the east, by Rajasthan in the north and northeast and by Maharashtra in the south and south east. Gujarat has a common frontier with Pakistan at the north western fringe and is an international border. Gujarat was formed in the year 1960; carved out of the 17 northern districts of Bombay state when that was split on a linguistic basis (Marathi-speaking) Gujarat is an industrially advanced state, and although it is not a popular tourist destination among foreigners, it still holds an important place in India. The people of Gujarat are also known to be a successful business community.

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Porbandar is a port city of Gujarat situated on the Arabian sea. It has been an important trading center since ancient times . It was under the rule of the Jetwa Rajputs for 2000 years. Porbandar was often refered to as Puravelakul in the past. Presently it is famous as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi It is a fully developed urban district and a port of international standard.

Porbandar had a population of 5 lakh (2001 census). A number of educational institutions have been established here. These are both government affiliated and private institutes. Porbandar is well connected by roads railways and domestic air service to the rest of the country.

Porbandar is a place worth visiting. Its gurgling rivers, hills and grasslands make it picturesque and rich in natural resources. Birds such as flamingos are found here. It experiences a moderate climate .

Porbandar is certainly a place for pilgrims and tourists. The most visited places here are Kirti Mandir, the birth place of Gandhiji. Bharat Mandir houses an exhibition of pictures, sculptures and symbols and showcases the rich heritage of India. There are a number of temples dedicated to Lord Krishna like the Sudama Mandir which glorifies the friendship of Krishna and Sudama, Satyanarayan Temple Mahadev Temple and seven mosques. Dwarka, the city of Lord Krishna is very close to Porbandar and is a pilgrimage center.

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The district of Patan is located in northern Gujarat between the Aravalli Range and the Gulf of Khambat. It was founded in 745 A.D by Vanraj Chavda a ruler of of Chavda dynasty. It was under the rule of different Rajput clans till the advent of Muslim rule in India.

Patan had a total population of 11,82,709. The main occupations of the people are agriculture and weaving. The Patola silk sari made here is quite famous. Patan is well connected to the rest of the country by road and rail links.

The places to visit in Patan are the Sahastralinga Talav, a water tank build 1000 years ago, Rani ki Bhav built by Rani Udaymati of Solanki dynasty and a number of Jain temples.

Patan district is one of the 33 districts of Gujarat state in western India. This district is located in northern Gujarat and bounded by Banaskantha district in the north and northeast, Mehsana district in the east and southeast, Surendranagar district in the south and Kutch District and the Kutch nu Nanu Ran (Little Rann of Kutch) in the west. The district occupies an area of 5792 km².

Some of its areas, Harij and Sami, bordering Kutch are quite sensitive[citation needed] as there is no settled population between there and the border of Pakistan even though geographically the border is quite some distance away.

The district is named after Patan, the headquarters of the district. It was one of the ancient and early medieval capitals of Gujarat, described vividly in the novels written by K.M. Munshi. Originally King Vanraj Chavda established this new city and named Anahilpur Patan OR Anhilvad Patan after the name of his very close friend 'Anahil Bharvad' and the pioneer in establishing the state of Patan, the long fought battle against the then ruler from south with help of local tribals, citizens and loyal warriors to his father The king of state Panchasara few kilometers away from Patan today. Later, a number of rulers like Bhimdev, Kumarpal, Siddharaj and Karndev ruled from Patan.

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The Panchmahal district is located in the eastern part of Gujarat. It covers an area of 8866 sq.km. It had a population of 2,025,277 as per the 2001 census record. Thirteen percent of the population is urban. Major occupations in the district are dairy farming and agriculture.

Some places of interest in Panchmahal are the temple of Mata Kalika in Pavagarh, the Jain pilgrimage center at Pavoli and the World Heritage Site at Champaner, which includes the ruins of a medieval Hindu kingdom. The fairs of Chaiti Atham and Math Kotal are also popular among tourists

About Panch Mahals District

Panch Mahals District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Panch Mahals District Administrative head quarter is Godhra. It is is Located 130 KM west towards State capital Gandhinagar . Panch Mahals District population is 2388267. It is 9 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Panch Mahals District

It is Located at Latitude-22.7, Longitude-73.6. Panch Mahals District is sharing border with Dohad District to the East , Kheda District to the west , Sabar Kantha District to the North , Vadodara District to the South . . Its in the 92 meters to 107 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India .

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi . Panch Mahals District is divided into 12 Talukas , 577 Panchayats , 3502 Villages. Jambughoda Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 36319 population. Shehera Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 231325 population.

Census 2011 of Panch Mahals District

Panch Mahals district Total population is 2388267 according to census 2011.Males are 1227901 and Females are 1160366 .Literate people are 1580077 among total.Its total area is sq.km. It is the 9 th largest district in the state by Population . But Largest District in the state By Area. 186 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 22 nd highest District in the State By literacy rate. 336 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 72.32

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Navsari district is located in the south eastern part of Gujarat. It became a district in 1997. It covers an area of 2,211sq.km and had a population of 1,229,250 in 2001. Its main industries are diamond polishing and bakery. This district is well connected by road and railways to the rest of Gujarat.

Some of the places of interest in Navsari are the Meherji Rana Library, the Clock Tower, the Old Post Office building, the Dudhia Talao and the Ashapura Temple.

About Navsari District

Navsari District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Navsari District Administrative head quarter is Navsari. It is is Located 298 KM North towards State capital Gandhinagar . Navsari District population is 1330711. It is 22 nd Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Navsari District

It is Located at Latitude-20.9, Longitude-72.9. Navsari District is sharing border with Surat District to the North , Valsad District to the South . Navsari District occupies an area of approximately 2211 square kilometres. . Its in the 96 meters to 14 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India . It is a Coastal district and beaches also there.Navsari District is sharing border with arabian sea.

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi, Marathi . Navsari District is divided into 5 Talukas , 299 Panchayats , 1099 Villages. Jalalpore Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 220003 population. Chikhali Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 293014 population.

Census 2011 of Navsari District

Navsari district Total population is 1330711 according to census 2011.Males are 678588 and Females are 652123 .Literate people are 880398 among total.Its total area is 2211 sq.km. It is the 22 nd largest district in the state by Population . But 17 th Largest District in the state By Area. 364 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 5 th highest District in the State By literacy rate. 83 rd highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 84.78

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Narmada district is located in the south eastern part of Gujarat. It covers an area of 2749 sq.km. It had a population of 514,404 in 2001. Almost 90% of its population is rural. The main occupation of these people is agriculture.

Rajpipla(Nanod), Tilakvada, Dediapara, Sagbara are some of the important places of Narmada district.

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Morbi or Morvi is a town and a municipality in Morbi district in the Indian state of Gujarat. It is situated on the Kathiawar peninsula. In 2011, the town's population was determined to be 194,947.The town of Morbi is situated on the Machhu River, 35 km from the sea and 60 km from Rajkot.

Much of the building heritage and town planning is attributed to the administration of Sir Lakhdhiraji Waghji, who ruled from 1922 to 1948.

Morbi, also known as Morvi, is located in the Saurashtra region of Indian state of Gujarat. The name of the city literally means City of Peacocks. The town Morbi is endowed not only with great natural beauty, but it is also famous for its colorful history and rich cultural heritage. Indeed, the numerous architectural edifices that have stood the test of Ʀme, speak gloriously about its rich past and because of them, the town is ofen referred as Paris of the East.

According to tradiƦons, the area was iniƦally a part of State of Cutch. When Kayanji of Bhuj dynasty established the independent state ofMorbi, he gave this name to the city. However, the present status of the city is no less enchanƦng. Apart from being a district headquarters, it is also well‐known for its ceramic and clock manufacturing units. Let us therefore, peep into the different aspects of the town.

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The Mahi River which flows from East to West, is a holy river of India, is worshipped by many people due to lots of temples and holy places of worship along its shore. Mahisagar is the name given to it due to its vastness. The 28th newly formed district called Mahisagar district in Gujarat observes its name from this holy river. The district of Mahisagar has been carved out of two districts, Panchmahal and Kheda. It came into existence as a district on 26th January 2013, but came in operational mode on 15th August 2013 completely by Lunawada, capital of district Mahisagar. Kaleshwari is the famous place in Lunawada holding historical importance. Favourable conditions of Vasad make it a favorable picnic spot and are a gateway to ‘Charotar’. Its ancient name is ‘Vasudhanagari’. Mahidam dam near Banswara in Rajasthan is built on River Mahi, from which whole Gujarat gets the drinking water. Many crocodiles, aligators, take shelter in it. Lunawada of Mahisagar district has Tirupati oil industries, Balaji food industries, Groundnut oil industries are major sources of employment for peasants’ of Vadodara, Sabarkantha district and Panchmahal.

Mahisagar district – also Mahisagar – is a district in the state of Gujarat in India that came into being on 26 January 2013, becoming the 28th district of the state. The district has been carved out of the Panchmahal district and the Kheda district. District Name Mahisagar given from "Mahi River".[1] Lunawada is the district headquarters of Mahisagar. It started its operation in full-fledged from 15 August 2013.

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About Mahesana District

Mahesana District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Mahesana District Administrative head quarter is Mehsana. It is is Located 56 KM South towards State capital Gandhinagar . Mahesana District population is 2027727. It is 15 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Mahesana District

It is Located at Latitude-23.6, Longitude-72.4. Mahesana District is sharing border with Ahmadabad District to the South , Gandhinagar District to the South , Patan District to the west , Sabar Kantha District to the East . Mahesana District occupies an area of approximately 4500 square kilometres. . Its in the 95 meters to 116 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India .

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi . Mahesana District is divided into 9 Talukas , 615 Panchayats , 995 Villages. Satlasna Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 75940 population. Mahesana Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 461320 population.

Census 2011 of Mahesana District
Mahesana district Total population is 2027727 according to census 2011.Males are 1053365 and Females are 974362 .Literate people are 1341544 among total.Its total area is 4500 sq.km. It is the 15 th largest district in the state by Population . But 12 th Largest District in the state By Area. 228 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 7 th highest District in the State By literacy rate. 92 nd highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 84.26

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About Kheda District

Kheda District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Kheda District Administrative head quarter is Kheda. It is is Located 62 KM North towards State capital Gandhinagar . Kheda District population is 2298934. It is 10 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Kheda District

It is Located at Latitude-22.7, Longitude-72.6. Kheda District is sharing border with Ahmadabad District to the North , Anand District to the East , Panch Mahals District to the East . Kheda District occupies an area of approximately 3943 square kilometres. . Its in the 82 meters to 102 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India .

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi . Kheda District is divided into 10 Talukas , 571 Panchayats , 1762 Villages. Virpur Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 87091 population. Nadiad Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 488628 population.

Census 2011 of Kheda District

Kheda district Total population is 2298934 according to census 2011.Males are 1186853 and Females are 1112081 .Literate people are 1520975 among total.Its total area is 3943 sq.km. It is the 10 th largest district in the state by Population . But 13 th Largest District in the state By Area. 196 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 6 th highest District in the State By literacy rate. 89 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 84.31

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Junagadh About this soundpronunciation is the headquarters of Junagadh district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Located at the foot of the Girnar hills, 355 km southwest of the state capitals Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad, it is the 7th largest city in the state.

Literally translated, Junagadh means "Old Fort". A different etymology derives the name from "Yonagadh" (literally, "City of the Yona (Greeks)", referring to the ancient inhabitants of the city under the Indo-Greek Kingdom). It is also known as "Sorath", the name of the princely state of Junagadh.

After a brief struggle between India and Pakistan, Junagadh joined India on November 9, 1947. It was a part of Saurashtra state and later Bombay state. In 1960, in consequence of the Maha Gujarat movement, it became part of the newly formed Gujarat state.

An early structure, Uparkot Fort, is located on a plateau in the middle of town. It was originally built in 319 BCE during the Mauryan dynasty by Chandragupta. The fort remained in use until the 6th century, when it was abandoned for about 300 years, then rediscovered by the Chudasama ruler Graharipu in 976 CE.The fort was subsequently besieged 16 times over an 1000-year period. One unsuccessful siege lasted twelve years.

Within 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) of Uparkot Fort is an inscription with fourteen Edicts of Ashoka on a large boulder. The inscriptions are in Brahmi script in a language similar to Pali and date from 250 BCE. On the same rock there is a later inscription in Sanskrit, which was added around 150 CE by Mahakshatrap Rudradaman I, the Saka (Scythian) ruler of Malwa, and a member of the Western Kshatrapas dynasty,[6] and which has been described as "the earliest known Sanskrit inscription of any extent". Another inscription dates from about 450 CE and refers to Skandagupta, the last Gupta emperor. Old rock-cut Buddhist caves in this area, dating from well before 500 CE, have stone carvings and floral work. There are also the Khapra Kodia Caves north of the fort, and the Bava Pyara Caves south of the fort. The Bava Pyara caves contain artworks of both Buddhism and Jainism.

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Dang (About this soundListen (help·info)) is a district in the state of Gujarat in India. The administrative headquarters of the district are located in Ahwa. Dang has an area of 1,764 km² and a population of 226,769 (as of 2011). As of 2011, it is the least populous district of Gujarat (out of 33). As per the Planning Commission, Dang is one of the most economically distressed district out of 640 districts in India.[3] The main language spoken in this district is Konkani and 98% of the population belongs to one of the scheduled tribes. The five Kings of Dangs are the only hereditary royals in India whose titles are currently recognized by the government owing to an agreement made during the British Raj in 1842.

Located high in the Saputara hills, adjoining the borders of Maharashtra State, The Dangs is home to 186,729 people as of 2001 census and primarily a place for tribal inhabitation.

The district is mainly covered by forests, which are rich sources of timber, honey, wax and lac.

The Dangs Darbar, an annual fair held few days before Holi in Ahwa, attracts tourists and merchants from faraway places and is also the place to experience the colorful Dang culture and heritage.

Other places of tourist interest are
  • The Saputara Lake
  • The Nageshwar Mahadev Temple
  • Gira Waterfalls

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Covering a total area of 3646.1 sq km, the district of Dohad was created in 1997. Surrounded by Vadodara, Jhabua and Banswara districts, it was formerly a part of the Pancmahal district. Situated on the eastern part of Gujarat, the district has seven Talukas. Also the place is intersected by Anas, Panam, Macchan, Kali rivers.

Lying between Vadodara and Ahmedabad, Dohad is believed to be the birthplace of King Aurangazeb. The district is linked with all the states of India through its wide network of railways, road and airways.

Dohad is predominantly an agricultural region. Its prime share of revenue comes from the agri-based products and output. However, the place is rapidly moving towards a fully developed industrial phase. The nearby towns like Jhalod, Limadi and Satarampur procure various essential items from this district.

Dohad, with a literacy rate of 45.65%, houses several educational institutes of repute. With an expanding literacy ratio, Dohad has started housing many medical, technical and general institutions as wel

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Chhota Udaipur district (also Chhota Udepur district) is a district in the state of Gujarat in India. It was carved out of the Vadodara district on 26 January 2013 with its headquarters at Chhota Udaipur town and is the 28th district of Gujarat.

Chhota Udaipur is a tribal dominated district and the district headquarters is located 110 km away from Vadodara. It shares its borders with the state of Madhya Pradesh. Chhota Udaipur is the third tribal dominated district in eastern Gujarat after the Narmada and Tapi districts.

Chhota Udaipur district has a forest area of 75,704 hectares and has deposits of dolomite, fluorite, granite and sand all of which are mined. The district is also home to a large dairy industry. The Rathwa tribals who live here produce the Pithora mural paintings by mixing colours with liquour and milk and then using it to depict intricate motifs and scenes on the walls of their village dwellings.

Chhota Udaipur, once a princely state of Gujarat lies in the heart of a tribal area with rich indigenous history and culture which is more representative of the region than palaces. The town is a good base from which to explore the surrounding tribal villages, particularly in the Rathwa communities. The Tribal Museum here displays a nice collection of people and culture of this place. Every Saturday there is a tribal market which is a hub for local artisans making pithoda paintings and terracotta horses.

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The western Indian state of Gujarat has 33 districts after several splits of the original 17 districts at the formation of the state in 1960.

Districts of Gujarat, 2013

Kutch is the largest district of Gujarat while Dang is the smallest. Ahmedabad district has the highest population while Dang has the lowest. Surat is the most densely populated district while Kutch is the least.

There are 252 Talukas (subdivisions of districts) in Gujarat.

Gujarat is the Western most state of India. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the west, shares its borders with Madhya Pradesh in the east, by Rajasthan in the north and northeast and by Maharashtra in the south and south east. Gujarat has a common frontier with Pakistan at the north western fringe and is an international border. Gujarat was formed in the year 1960; carved out of the 17 northern districts of Bombay state when that was split on a linguistic basis (Marathi-speaking) Gujarat is an industrially advanced state, and although it is not a popular tourist destination among foreigners, it still holds an important place in India. The people of Gujarat are also known to be a successful business community.

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The Diamond-cutting industry is one of the major sources of revenue earning of Bhavnagar. Apart from agricultural activities, the place also exports cotton and ship machinery. The ship-breaking yard of the district is famous all over the world.

Bhavnagar is linked to all major cities of Indian origin. While intercity bus services provide easy access to the district from all other districts of Gujarat, the place is directly connected to Mumbai through both air and railways.

The district is well known for its rich educational background. Some of its prime educational institutes are:

Samaldas college

BM Commerce high school

Shantilal Shah high school

With a vibrant historical past, Bhavnagar presents an aura of rich Gujarati culture. The place has some distinct tourist places which receive huge number of footfalls every year. Some of the important tourist spots include:

Takhteshwar Temple

Nilambag Palace

Victoria Park

Barton Library

Gandhi Smriti Library

Bhavnagar, a developed district of Gujarat, is steadily moving towards an all-round development through its diversified array of industries and allied economic activities.

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Bharuch Dist Digital HD Map Pdf Download


Bharuch (formerly commonly known as Broach) in India, is a district in the southern part of the Gujarat peninsula on the west coast of state of Gujarat with a size and population comparable to that of Greater Boston. The Narmada River outlets into the Gulf of Khambat through its lands and that shipping artery gave inland access to the kingdoms and empires located in the central and northern parts of the sub-continent of India.

The city of Bharuch and its surrounds—today's district—has been settled far back into antiquity and was a major shipping building centre and sea port in the important pre-compass coastal trading routes to points West, perhaps as far back as the days of the Pharaohs, which utilised the regular and predictable Monsoon winds or galleys. Many goods from the Far East (the famed Spice and Silk trade) were trans-shipped there for the annual monsoon winds making it a terminus for several key land-sea trade routes and Bharuch was definitely known to the Greeks, the various Persian Empires and in the Roman Republic and Empire and other Western centres of civilisation right on through the end of the European Middle Ages.

With the advent of the Age of Discovery, the presence of deep draft sea going shipping it began a long slow decline in importance as it was a bit too far north to be convenient to shipping not confined to keeping within sight of shore.

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Banas Kantha District is one among 33 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Banaskantha District administrative head quarter is Palanpur. It is is Located 125 KM north towards State capital Gandhinagar . Banaskantha District population is 31.2 lac. It is 5 th Largest District in the State by population.

It is Located at Latitude-24.1, Longitude-72.4. Banaskantha District is sharing border with Jalore District to the North , Sirohi District to the North , Mahesana District to the South , Patan District to the South . It is sharing Border with Rajasthan State to the North .

Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi. It is too Hot in summer. Banaskantha District summer highest day temperature is in between 30 °C to 43 °C. Average temperatures of January is 21 °C , February is 23 °C , March is 28 °C , April is 32 °C , May is 35 °C .

The economy of the district is based on agro & food Processing, tourism, textile and mineral based industries (ceramics). The food Processing industry in the district has attracted 57% of the total investment in the district over the last two decades The district ranks first in the Country in Milk Production, the Asia's Largest Dairy Cooperative under the Brandname of AMUL is Banaskantha District Cooperative Milk Producers' Union Ltd., Palanpur known as Banas Dairy procuring almost 59,58,134 Lit. Milk on 15.01.2018 as Peak receipt. The Banaskantha is also first District having highest Cold Supply Chain of Milk by installing 1280 Bulk Milk Chilling units procuring almost >90% milk as Raw Chilled Milk & rest 10% in Cans. Banaskantha District having 1060 Village Dairy Coop. Societies certified as per ISO 9001 : QMS Standard. The district ranks first in the state in the production of vegetables contributing nearly 17.67% to the total vegetable production of Gujarat. It is the largest producer of potatoes in the state. Bajri, Maize, Tobacco, Castor oil, Jowar, Psyllium are the other major crops of the district. It is also one of the leading producers of Isabgul (Psyllium husk) in the country. It is also the 3rd largest producer of oil seeds in the state after Junagadh district and Jamnagar district.

The district has rich mineral reserves including limestone, marble, granite, building stone and china clay. It accounts for almost the entire marble reserves (99.3%) of Gujarat and contributes about 15% to the total production of limestone in the state.

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Gujarat, one of India's most prosperous states lying in Western India is popular not only for being the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, but also the site of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization.The capital of Gujarat is Gandhinagar, with Ahmedabad as its largest city. The population of Gujarat is 60,383,628 (2011 census) and the state covers an area of 1, 96,024 sq km and shares its border with the states of Rajasthan , Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra . The state has a literacy rate of 79.31 percent. Gujarat is the 7th largest state in India in terms of area. The 196,024 sq kms of area in the state is divided into 26 districts at present. The state of Gujarat had 17 districts when it was formed in the year 1960, but now there are 33 Districts. All the northern districts of the Bombay, which was a state in its own till then, were a part of Gujarat after 1960.

Gujarat Districts Facts

The biggest district in the State of Gujarat in terms of area is Kutch District which has Bhuj as its city headquarters. The district covers 45,652 sq kms of the total area in the state and the population density in the district is that of 33.

Gandhinagar is the smallest district in terms of area in Gujarat. The total area covered by the district is merely 649 sq kms. This added to the presence of Gandhinagar, the state capital after which the district is named makes it, the district with most population density. Total population in the district is 1,387,478.

The most populated of all the districts in the state is the Ahmedabad District which also is the 8th most populous district in India. The district shares its borders with Mehsana in the North, Surendranagar in the West, Kheda in the East and Bhavnagar in the South.

Dang district is the least populated district in the state. Around 226,769 people live in the district as per the census 2011.The district extends to 1764 sq km in area.

Valsad district is located to the Southern most end of the state of Gujarat and it has covers an area of around 3034 sq km in the state of Gujarat. The Valsad district shares its border with Navsari District to the North.

Navsari district is located in an area of 2211 sq km.

Jamnagar district located on the Southern Coast of the state of Gujarat covers an area of around 14125 sq km

The district map of Gujarat will show you the all the districts demarcated clearly in grey dotted lines and all the district headquarters are marked in grey circles.

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About Anand District
Anand District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Anand District Administrative head quarter is Anand. It is is Located 93 KM North towards State capital Gandhinagar . Anand District population is 2090276. It is 14 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Anand District

It is Located at Latitude-22.5, Longitude-72.9. Anand District is sharing border with Bharuch District to the South , Kheda District to the west , Vadodara District to the South . Anand District occupies an area of approximately 4690 square kilometres. . Its in the 44 meters to 19 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India . It is a Coastal district and beaches also there.Anand District is sharing border with arabian sea.

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi . Anand District is divided into 8 Talukas , 381 Panchayats , 1058 Villages. Tarapur Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 75850 population. Anand Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 513900 population.

Census 2011 of Anand District

Anand district Total population is 2090276 according to census 2011.Males are 1088119 and Females are 1002157 .Literate people are 1382927 among total.Its total area is 4690 sq.km. It is the 14 th largest district in the state by Population . But 11 th Largest District in the state By Area. 218 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 3 rd highest District in the State By literacy rate. 65 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 85.79

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About Amreli District
Amreli District is one among 25 Districts of Gujarat State ,India. Amreli District Administrative head quarter is Amreli. It is is Located 271 KM North towards State capital Gandhinagar . Amreli District population is 1513614. It is 19 th Largest District in the State by population.

Geography and Climate Amreli District
It is Located at Latitude-21.6, Longitude-71.2. Amreli District is sharing border with Bhavnagar District to the East , Junagadh District to the west , Rajkot District to the North . Amreli District occupies an area of approximately 6760 square kilometres. . Its in the 94 meters to 127 meters elevation range.This District belongs to Western India . It is a Coastal district and beaches also there.Amreli District is sharing border with arabian sea.

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Gujarati is the Local Language here. Also People Speaks Hindi . Amreli District is divided into 11 Talukas , 607 Panchayats , 782 Villages. Lilia Taluka is the Smallest Taluka by population with 60722 population. Saverkundla Taluka is the Biggest Taluka by population with 229245 population.
Census 2011 of Amreli District

Amreli district Total population is 1513614 according to census 2011.Males are 770679 and Females are 742935 .Literate people are 1001407 among total.Its total area is 6760 sq.km. It is the 19 th largest district in the state by Population . But 8 th Largest District in the state By Area. 327 th Largest District in the Country By Population. 17 th highest District in the State By literacy rate. 269 th highest District in the Country By literacy rate.its literacy Rate is 74.49

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History of Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad seems like a kaleidoscope; it is both ancient and modern. On the one hand, it has spiritual peace and tranquility, but on the other hand it also has a busy modern life. Gandhi Ashram on the banks of Sabarmati River is the symbol of spiritual roots of India. Nowadays Ahmedabad is bustling with life and business activities.

The city has a distinct culture. Apart from the good roads and flyovers, its glitzy shopping malls also add to the glory of the city. Ahmedabad is also known for premier educational institutes of India, such as the Indian Institute of Management. People are warm and hospitable and the local arts and culture are sure to rejuvenate you. If we look to the history, Ahmedabad was the biggest city in terms of area in the pre-British era till Calcutta and Madras Presidency were set up.

In the beginning of 11th century Ahmedabad region was ruled by Bhil king, who was later on defeated was the Solanki ruler of Patan. After 13th century, it fell into the hands of Vaghela dynasty of Dholka. After 13th century entire Gujarat became a part of Delhi Sultanate. It was named as Ahmedabad by Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1411. After 1573 Gujarat came under the Mughal rule of Emperor Akbar. People of Ahmedabad are known to have business acumen and that's reason it is considered to be a prosperous city since the beginning.

Festivals and Must See Places

The International Kite Festival is held here on January 14 every year; it coincides with the famous Indian festival of Makar Sankranti. Navratri with garba dance is also a famous tourist attrction. A Rath Yatra is organized in the months of June or July from Jagannath temple in Ahmedabad. It is in the form a procession with a lot of fanfare. The must see religious places of Ahmedabad are Hutheesing Jain Temple, Sidi Sayeed Masjid, Jama Masjid, Mahudi Jain Temple, and Akshardham.

The places of archaeological importance are the walled city and gates, Heritage Walk, Rani no Hajiro, Badshah no Hajiro, Pols of Old City, Dada Harir Vav (Stepwell), Jhulta Minara, The Adalaj Stepwell, Sarkhej Roza, and the House of Mangaldas Girdhardas. The other must see places are Vechaar Utensils Museum, Calico Museum & Sarabhai Foundation, Sanskar Kendra, Institute of Indology, N C Mehta Gallery, Shreyas Folk Museum, Hussain Doshi's Gufa, CEPT Campus, Kanoria Center for Arts, Hutheesing Visual Arts Centre, Community Science Center, Sardar Patel Museum, Science City, and Auto World. Kankaria Lake is also worth visiting.

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Jam Shri Ravalji,head of Jadeja clan Rajput (Kshatriya) migrated from Kutch to Halar,established himshelf & set his throne at Khambhalia in V.S.1582 for some years it was his capital & new city in V.S.1596 named "Navanagar".

Jam Khambhalia is the head quaters of the newly created formed Devbhumi Dwarka District which was carved out of Jamnagar district on 15 August 2013.The district consists 4 talukas : khambhalia,Kalyanpur,Dwarka and Bhanvad.The named Devbhumi Dwarka is derived from the famous Dwarkadhish Temple of Dwraka city which is one of the four holy places according to Hindu mythology.

Devbhumi Dwarka District comprises of two sub-division named Khambhalia and Dwarka.Khambhalia sub division includes Khambhaliya and Bhanvad talukas while Dwarka sub division includes Okha-mandal and Kalyanpur talukas.

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Gandhinagar (About this soundpronunciation ) is the capital of the state of Gujarat in India. Gandhinagar is located approximately 23 km north of Ahmedabad, on the west central point of the Industrial corridor between Delhi, the political capital of India, and Mumbai, the financial capital of India.

Gandhinagar, Gujarat's new capital city, lies on the west bank of the Sabarmati River, about 545 km (338 miles) north of Mumbai, the financial capital of India and 901 km (560 miles) southwest of Delhi, the political capital.[4][better source needed] There is a provision of parks, extensive planting and a recreational area along the river giving the city a green garden-city atmosphere.[4][better source needed.

Gandhinagar has a tropical wet and dry climate with three main seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. The climate is generally dry and hot outside of the monsoon season. The weather is hot to severely hot from March to June when the maximum temperature stays in the range of 36 to 42 °C (97 to 108 °F), and the minimum in the range of 19 to 27 °C (66 to 81 °F). It is pleasant in the winter days and quite chilling in the night during December to February. The average maximum temperature is around 29 °C (84 °F), the average minimum is 14 °C (57 °F), and the climate is extremely dry. The southwest monsoon brings a humid climate from mid-June to mid-September. The average annual rainfall is around 803.4 mm (31.63 in).

The Akshardham temple is located in Gandhinagar. There was a determination to make Gandhinagar a purely Indian enterprise, partly because the state of Gujarat was the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. For this reason, the planning was done by two Indian town planners: Prakash M Apte and H. K. Mewada, who had apprenticed with Le Corbusier in Chandigarh.

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Gujarat is the Western most state of India. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the west, shares its borders with Madhya Pradesh in the east, by Rajasthan in the north and northeast and by Maharashtra in the south and south east. Gujarat has a common frontier with Pakistan at the north western fringe and is an international border. Gujarat was formed in the year 1960; carved out of the 17 northern districts of Bombay state when that was split on a linguistic basis (Marathi-speaking) Gujarat is an industrially advanced state, and although it is not a popular tourist destination among foreigners, it still holds an important place in India. The people of Gujarat are also known to be a successful business community.

The history of Gujarat can be traced back to almost 3500 years ago. The archaeological findings at Lothal near Dhandauka in Ahmedabad district and Razdi in Saurashtra give proof of the Harappa and Mohenjodaro civilization.

The capital of Gujarat is Gandhinagar and its largest city is Ahmedabad. The population of Gujarat State is 6.04 crores as per Census 2011. The state covers an area of 1,96,024 sq km. Gujarat is the 7th largest state in India in terms of area. The literacy rate is 79.31 percent. The language spoken here is Gujarati. The state is renouned for its holy temples (Dwarkadheesh temple, Somnath temple), wildlife sanctuaries, beaches, hill resorts and fascinating colourful handicrafts,

The best time to visit Gujarat is between October and March.

The 33 districts of Gujarat are: Ahmedabad, Amreli, Anand, Aravalli, Botad, Banaskantha, Bharuch, Bhavnagar, Chhota Udaipur, Dahod, Dang, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Gandhinagar, Gir Somnath, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Kheda, Kutch, Mehsana, Mahisagar, Morbi, Narmada, Navsari, Panchmahal, Patan, Porbandar, Rajkot, Sabarkantha, Surat, Surendranagar, Tapi, Vadodara and Valsad.

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Jamnagar is a city in the state of Gujarat located in the Gulf of Kutch. One of the largest cities of the state, it is also the administrative headquarters of the Jamnagar district. It was once the capital of the former state of Nawanagar, which was founded in 1540 A.D. by Jam Raval. It is also known as the 'Oil City' due to the presence of two important oil refineries of India. Reliance Industries has established the largest oil refinery in the world here and Essar Oil Refinery is also located near Vadinar in Jamnagar. Before the advent of these oil refineries, the population of the city was primarily involved in the manufacturing of brass and hence, the city was known as the 'Brass City'.

The city was transformed into a developed state after the then ruler consulted Sir Edward Lutyens, who was the architect of New Delhi, to plan and modernise the city. The plans included changes in the infrastructure of the city with modern designs and construction of entrance gates, residential plots, gardens and parks.

The people of the city generally speak Gujarati; however, there is a section of population that speaks 'Kutchi' language. The major communities in the city are Ahirs, Jadejas, Bhnaushalis, Patels, Jains and Rajputs. There are many Hindu and Jain temples in the city that show that religion and religious beliefs hold significance for the people of Jamnagar.

The city is a popular tourist destination in Gujarat. The buildings in the city are fine examples of the Rajput style of architecture. The city is located at a shore of Dwarka, which is one of the important pilgrimages for Hindus. It is also considered to be a place where Lord Krishna used to live after he left Mathura. Although the city is moving towards modernisation and industrialization, it still holds the old-world charm.

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