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Haryana (Hissar) database

Hissar

Hisar district is one of the 22 districts of Haryana state, India. Hisar city serves as the district headquarters. The district is also part of Hisar division, which is headed by a commissioner who is employed by the Indian Administrative Service.

The largest district in Haryana until its 1966 reorganization, some parts of Hisar were transferred to the newly created Jind district. In 1974, Tehsil Bhiwani and Loharu were transferred to Bhiwani district. Hisar was further bifurcated when Sirsa district was formed. Fatehabad district was later created as well.

Hisar is a divisional headquarters of the Hisar division Divisional Commissioner and also the headquarters of Police Range. It is also a battalion headquarters of B.S.F. 3rd Bn. H.A.P. and commando force. In order to accommodate all of these departments, a five-storey District Administrative Complex was built, with the offices transferred in 1980. It adjoins the new Judiciary Complex, which is also made functional. This administrative and judiciary complex is the largest in Haryana; as a district headquarters it may be one of the largest in the country.

It is one of the five cities belonging to Sarasvati Valley Civilization while its name is cited in the history books in the context of Indus civilization and in general knowledge books as the location of Banawali, one of five sheep farms. As of 2011 it is the second most populous of the 21 districts of Haryana, after Faridabad.

Hisar is also known as the steel city because of the Jindal Stainless Steel Factories. It is also the largest producer of galvanized iron in India.

The important social groups in the district are Jats, Bishnois, Brahmins, Sainis, Banias, Gujjars, Ahirs, Rajputs, Kumhars, Aroras, Chamars and Balmikis.[10] Jat is the largest social group in the city.[10] They are of two types, Deswalis and Bagris. Bishnois have migrated from Rajasthan.[10] There are three sections of Brahmins in the district, i.e., Gaur, Bias and Khandelwal. Most of the Aroras are migrant from West Punjabafter the partition of the country in 1947.Banias are divided into Aggarwals, Oswals and Maheshwaris. The Aggarwals are said to be the descendants of the inhabitants of Agroha. They hold Agroha in great reverence. Oswals and Maheshwaris trace their origin to the Rajasthan. The Gujjars of Hisar trace their origin to Rajasthan.

Geography

North Hisar district falls in doab between Ghagghar river flowing through fatehabad district and paleo channel of Dhrishadvati river flowing through the Narnaul tehsil. Eastern, central and sout-eastern Hisar district falls in doab between Dhrishadvati river and Yamuna river. Western Hisar district is part of bagar tract. The regions of the doabs near the rivers consist of low-lying, flood-prone, but usually very fertile khadir and the higher-lying land away from the rivers consist of bangar, less prone to flooding but also less fertile on average.[11] For the purpose of irrigation, Hisar district has been classified into 5 circles, namely barani (low rain area where rain-fed dry farming is practiced which nowadays are dependent on tubewells for the irrigation),[12] bagar (dry sandy tract of land on the border of Rajasthan state adjoining the states of Haryana and Pujab)[12] nahri (canal-irrigated land), nali or naili (fertile prairietract between the Ghaggar river and the southern limits of the Saraswati channel depression in northern Hissar district of Haryana that gets flooded during the rains),[13] and Rangoi tract (an area irrigated by the Rangoi canal made for the purpose of carrying flood waters of Ghagghar river to dry areas).[14][15]

Hisar has fertile alluvial soil interspersed with highly permeable very sandy tracts in bagar tract several with water table more than 100 feet below ground containing brackish water usually unfit for human consumption, where dust storms frequent during the warm summer months from April till the end of July when monsoon arrives. Previously, Hisar was solely based on the rain and irrigation was possible only in the nali region where the season Ghaggar river flows in North Hisar. After the opening of Bhakra Nangal Dam canal system in 1963 as well as the earlier Western Yamuna Canal now irrigate most of Haryana including all of the Bagar region falling in Haryana on its western border. Opening of Indira Gandhi Canal in 1983 (specially Hansi Butana branches) brought the water of Sutlej and Beas rivers to the fields of Rajasthan including its Bagar tract stabilizing the sand dunes and soil erosion by preventing the expansion of desert

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Haryana (Gurgaon) database

Gurgaon

Gurgaon is a satellite city of Delhi located in the Indian state of Haryana and is part of the National Capital Region of India. It is 32 kilometres (20 mi) southwest of New Delhi and 268 km (167 mi) south of Chandigarh, the state capital. As of 2011, Gurgaon had a population of 876,824. Witnessing rapid urbanisation, Gurgaon has become a leading financial and industrial hub with the third-highest per capita income in India. The city’s economic growth story started when the leading Indian automobile manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India Limited established a manufacturing plant in Gurgaon in the 1970s. Today, Gurgaon has local offices for more than 250 Fortune 500 companies.

History

During Akbar’s reign, Gurugram fell within the governing regions of Delhi and Agra. As the Mughal Empire started to decline, Gurgaon was torn between contending powers. By 1803, most of it came under British rule, through the treaty of Surji Arjungaon with Sindhia. The town was first occupied by the cavalry unit posted to watch the army of Begum Samru of Sirdhana. It became part of the district, which was divided into units called parganas. These units were given to petty chiefs as reward for their military service. Eventually, these units came under the direct control of the British, with the last major administrative change in 1836. After the Revolt of 1857, the district was transferred from the North-Western Provinces to Punjab Province. In 1861, the district, of which Gurugram was a part, was rearranged into five tehsils: Gurgaon, Ferozepur Jhirka, Nuh, Palwal and Rewari[10] with the modern-day city coming under the control of Gurgaon tehsil. In 1947, Gurgaon became part of independent India, as part of the Indian state of Punjab. In 1966, the city came under the administration of the newly-created state of Haryana.

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Haryana (Haryana) database

Haryana

Haryana, the rich state of India is having loads of tourist places, though learning the past of the state is important. This agricultural state of India was constituted in 1966. The neighbor state Punjab is another rich region and well-known state for tourism. Bordered by Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Utter Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi allow visitors to take pleasure of various places in North region of the Country.

Haryana is the wealthy state has 3rd biggest per capita earnings. The finest feature of higher income is largest rural areas of state. Countless rich farmers from Haryana proved that India is agricultural nation having many sources to earn money. This economically urbanized region is popular in South Asia. Since 1970, Haryana got the huge popularity throughout the world for farming. Haryana is not only the big state but also top state for manufacturing the two-wheeler, cars, and tractors. Gurgaon city of Haryana has rapidly grown up with many international IT (Information Technology) companies and the automobile farms as well. Maruti is the Indian car manufacturing company having the large-scale of production for supplying the car of every category to the world customers. For industries, Yamuna Nagar, Panchkula, Panipat and Faridabad are famous, though the Panipat city is well-known for refinery industry. Countless industries like steel factories and many other plants are established in Haryana at diverse periods.

The reason behind rich fertilizers in Haryana is ever live rivers flowing from different parts of the state. The known rivers are Yamuna and Sarasvati providing enough water for farming. Tourism in Haryana is increased in last few years because the tourism development of Haryana has improved the state with countless spots. People love pilgrims can reach to Kurukshetra, Jyotisar, Thanesar, Pehowa and Panchkula.

Kurukshetra:

The pilgrim place where tourist can enjoy Brahma Sarovar and Buddhist Monuments. However, park at Sheikh Chelil’s Tomb and Krishan Museum are also the special spots in Kurukshetra. Tourist should not miss archaeological sites of the city, though accommodation can be taken at Pipli and Yatri Niwas.

Jyotisar:

People believe Lord Krishna gave the Geeta Gyan to Arjun at Jyotisar place at the time of Mahabharata fight. The light show arranged by the tourism department is special thing at this place.

Thanesar:

This place is popular for Lord Shiva Temple and Maa Bhadra Kali Shrine. Thanesar is having the important place for Hindu religion. Thanesar is also famous for Sheikh Chilli’s Tomb (another tourist spot).

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Haryana (Bhiwani) database

Bhiwani

Bhiwani is a city and a municipal council in Bhiwani district in the state of Haryana, India. Besides being a seat of spiritual learning, the city is at the centre of regional politics and hometown of three former Haryana chief ministers: Bansi Lal, Banarsi Dass Gupta and Hukum Singh.

The city has a conventional school of boxing, with almost all of the members of the Indian Boxing Squad coming from its SAI hostel. The late Capt. Hawa Singh, the legendary boxer, helped establish the boxing academy in Bhiwani.

History

It was founded by a Rajput King name was Neem singh after his wife Bhani. The Bhani spelling changed to Bhiyani and subsequently to Bhiwani. Bhiwani has been a prominent centre of commerce since the time of the Mughals. Bhiwani is also known for its temples and is known as the ” Kashi of haryana” of India and not “choti Kashi”. Kaithal District of Haryana is known as “Choti Kashi” because of the presence of “Nav Grah Kund” (9 Kund).

Bhiwani District

is one of the 22 districts of Haryana state in northern India. Created on 22 December 1972, the district was largest district of state by area before the creation of Charkhi Dadri as a separate district as it occupied an area of 5,140 square kilometres (1,980 sq mi) and administered 442 villages with a population of 1,629,109. Sirsa is now the largest district of the state. The district headquarters is the city of Bhiwani, which is around 124 kilometres (77 mi) from the capital Delhi. Other major towns in the district are Siwani, Loharu, Tosham, Bawani Khera, Kohlawas, Lamba.In 1997, Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 763 collided with Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907 in the skies over the district and more than 350 people were killed. There were no casualties on the ground though.

As of 2011 it is the third most populous district of Haryana , after Faridabad and Hisar

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Haryana (Ambala) database

Ambala

Tour to India and make your holidays memorable. I am going to describe one of the oldest cities of India known as Ambala located in Haryana State, India. This city is positioned close to another big and agricultural state Punjab. Ambala cant is the area where the big base of air force and Indian military is placed. People attaining to cities of Punjab, Jammu–Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh are mostly crossing this city.

This metropolis is popular for memorial of Airfield that is committed to those fighters who lost lives in particular war.

This land of memories is also famous for religious sites like countless Gurudwara’s are placed at different parts of the city. However, 3 Gurudwaras are major religious spots such as Sis Ganj, Manji Sahib and Badshahi Bag Gurudwara.

Some more attraction of Ambala cities are Hathi Kanna Mandir, Ambala Muncipal Park, Agarsein Chowk, Udyan Gardens and Sardar Bazaar. If you visit to Udyan Gardens you can enjoy 4 sections of the garden. Such sections are Sheesh Mahal, Jal Mahal, Rang Mahal and Guldasta.

Planetarium:

the initial spot for travelers is planetarium established in 1950. It was intended by Shri Jagannath Sharma. Local people are reaching planetarium regularly because of its unique collection. Key attraction of this planetarium is a collection of metal guns objects made of such period.

Air Force Base:

the base of Air Force in Ambala is special place to visit. However, you cannot visit the complete area of the air force but maximum areas are covered by the local admin for visitors. It is basically a British constructed airbase that is known as oldest airbase of IAF (Indian Air Force). This air force base has played the important role in fight occurred in 1947 when the Pakistan army attacked Indian bases and started their operations from Kashmir.

Rani Ka Talab:

a lake place is next attraction of Ambala city. This historic place was constructed by King Ranjit Singh. It’s around 400 years old lake located close to Ambala Cantonment.

Anandpur Sahib:

there are countless religious places in city and one is Anandpur Sahib Gurudwara. It is the most important pilgrimage for Indian community Sikhs. Reaching this place allow visitors to enjoy one more vital location known as Naina Devi temple. This shrine is placed on hill-top and the entire area is covered with hills.

Jain Mandir:

a shrine of Jain community is another location. The idols in temple are older than 2,500 years. You have to reach Ambala Sadar for this spot, though the age of temple is around 150 years.

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Gujarat (Kandla) database

Kandla

Kandla, also known as the Kandla Port Trust or Deendayal Port(Gujarati: કંડલા) is a seaport in Kutch District of Gujarat state in western India, near the city of Gandhidham. Located on the Gulf of Kutch, it is one of major ports on west coast. Kandla was constructed in the 1950s as the chief seaport serving western India, after the partition of India and Pakistan left the port of Karachi in Pakistan.

The Port of Kandla is located on the Gulf of Kutch on the northwestern coast of India, some 256 nautical miles southeast of the Port of Karachi in Pakistan and over 430 nautical miles north-northwest of the Port of Mumbai (Bombay). It is the largest port of India by volume of cargo handled. Kandla Port Trust, India’s busiest major port in recent years, is gearing to add substantial cargo handling capacity with private sector participation. The west coast port handled 72,225 million tonnes of cargo in 2008-09, over 11% more than the 64,920 million tonnes handled in 2007-08.

Even as much of this growth has come from handling of crude oil imports, mainly for Essar Oil’s Vadinar refinery in Gujarat, the port is also taking measures to boost non-POL cargo. Last fiscal, POL traffic accounted for 63 per cent of the total cargo handled at Kandla Port, as against 59% in 2007-08.

Although Kandla Port Trust officials declined to elaborate given the ongoing election code of conduct, it is reliably learnt that the port will soon begin selecting developers for four clean cargo berths that together aim to handle 8 million tonnes of cargo. The four berths will be supported by a 14 m draft capable of handling 75,000 dwt vessels. The port has already received encouraging response from prospective bidders, for the project that is estimated to cost nearly 5,000 million INR.

In 2015-16 the port handled 106 million tonne of cargo

Kandla Port was renamed as Deendayal Port under the India port act of 1908

Kandla Port, Kandla

Kandla Port is a major seaport situated on the Kandla Creek, which was established in 1952. The foundations of the port were created with a single pier in 1931. The port was declared as a major seaport in 1955. In 1952, the then Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated the sea port. The port is around 9 km away from the Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone or SEZ.

The Kandla Port has become the centre for exporting grains and importing oil to India. Port of Kandla is also engaged in trading of chemicals, petroleum, steel, iron machinery, coal and metal containers.

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Gujarat (Junagarh) database

Junagarh

Junagarh Fort is a fort in the city of Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. The fort was originally called Chintamani and was renamed Junagarh or “Old Fort” in the early 20th century when the ruling family moved to Lalgarh Palace outside the fort limits. It is one of the few major forts in Rajasthan which is not built on a hilltop. The modern city of Bikaner has developed around the fort.

The fort complex was built under the supervision of Karan Chand, the Prime Minister of Raja Rai Singh, the sixth ruler of Bikaner, who ruled from 1571 to 1611 AD. Construction of the walls and associated moat commenced in 1589 and was completed in 1594. It was built outside the original fort of the city, about 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) from the city centre. Some remnants of the old fort are preserved near the Lakshmi Narayan temple.

Historical records reveal that despite the repeated attacks by enemies to capture the fort, it was not taken, except for a lone one-day occupation by Kamran Mirza. Kamran was the second son of the Mughal Emperor Babur who attacked Bikaner in 1534, which was then ruled by Rao Jait Singh.

The 5.28 hectares large fort precinct is studded with palaces, temples and pavilions. These buildings depict a composite culture, manifest in the mix of architectural styles

History

Before the present Junagarh Fort was built, an old stone fort existed in the city. This fort was built in 1478 by Rao Bika who established the city of Bikaner in 1472. Rao Bika was the second son of Maharaja Rao Jodha of the Rathor clan, the founder of Jodhpur city. He conquered the large arid lands to the northern region of Rajasthan to set up his domain. As the second son of Jodha he had no chance of inheriting his father’s territory of Jodhpur or to the title of Maharaja. He, therefore, reconciled and decided to build his own kingdom at Bikaner at the place then called “Jungladesh”. Bikaner, though a partly of the Thar Desert, was considered an oasis on the trade route between Central Asia and the Gujarat coast since it had adequate spring water sources. Bika’s name was thus tagged to the Bikaner city as well as to the then state of Bikaner (“the settlement of Bika”) that he established. The history of Bikaner and the fort within it thus start with Bika. It was only about 100 years later that Bikaner’s fortunes flourished under Raja Rai Singhji, the sixth ruler of Bikaner, who ruled from 1571 to 1611. During the Mughal Empire’s rule in the country, he accepted the suzerainty of the Mughals and held a high position of an army general in the court of Emperor Akbar and his son Emperor Jahangir. His successful war exploits by way of winning half of Mewar kingdom won him accolades and rewards from the Mughal emperors. He was gifted the jagirs (lands) of Gujarat and Burhanpur. With the large revenue earned from these jagirs, he built the Junagarh fort on a plain land, which has an average elevation of 760 feet (230 m). The formal foundation ceremony for the fort was held on 17 February 1589 and the fort was completed on 17 January 1594. Raja Rai Singhji, was an expert in arts and architecture and the knowledge that he acquired during his several sojourns to several countries are amply reflected in the numerous monuments he built in the Junagarh fort. Thus the fort, a composite structure, became an outstanding example of architecture and a unique centre of art, amidst the Thar desert.

Karan Singh who ruled from 1631 to 1639, under the suzerainty of the Mughals, built the Karan Mahal palace. Later rulers added more floors and decorations to this Mahal. Anup Singh, who ruled from 1669–98, made substantial additions to the fort complex, with new palaces and the Zenana quarter (royal dwelling for females). He refurbished the Karan Mahal with a Diwan-i-Am (public audience hall) and called it the Anup Mahal. Gaj Singh who ruled from 1746 to 1787 refurbished the Chandra Mahal (the Moon palace). Following him, Surat Singh ruled from 1787 to 1828 and he lavishly decorated the audience hall (see picture in info box) with glass and lively paintwork. Dungar Singh who reigned from 1872 to 1887 built the Badal Mahal (the weather palace) named so in view of a painting of falling rain and clouds (a rare event in arid Bikaner). Ganga Singh who ruled from 1887 to 1943 built the Ganga Niwas Palace, which has towers at the entrance patio. This palace was designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. Ganga Singh’s son Sadul Singh succeeded his father in 1943 but acceded to the Union of India in 1949. He died in 1950.

Bikaner came under the suzerainty of the British Raj under a treaty of paramountcy signed in 1818, where after the Maharajas of Bikaner invested heavily on refurbishing their Junagarh fort. However, during the 18th century, before this treaty was signed, there was internecine war between rulers of Bikaner and Jodhpur and also amongst other Thakur, which was put down by the British troops. It is reported that during the attack by Jodhpur army, of the two entrances to the fort (one in the east and the other in the west), the eastern entrance and the southern rampart were damaged; marks of cannonballs fired are seen on the southern façade of the fort.

Entrance eastern façade of the Junagarh Fort

Ganga Singh was the best-known king among the Rajasthan princes. A favourite of the British Raj, he earned the title of Knight Commanderof the Star of India. He served as a member of the Imperial War Cabinet, represented the country at the Imperial First World War Conferences and the British Empire at the Versailles Peace Conference and was aware of the shift of fortunes in the World War II but died in 1943, before the war was won by the allies. His contribution to the building activity in Junagarh involved separate halls for public and private audience in the Ganga Mahal and a durbar hall for formal functions. The hall where he held his Golden Jubilee as a ruler of Bikaner is now a museum. He also got a new palace – north of Junagarh fort – designed and built by Swinton, the third of the new palaces built in Bikaner and named it Lalgarh Palace in the name of his father and shifted his residence from Junagarh fort to this palace in 1902. The royal family still lives in a special suite in the Lalgarh palace, which they have converted into a heritage hotel

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Gujarat (Jamnagar) database

Jamnagar

Jamnagar is a city located on the western coast of India in the state of Gujarat in Saurashtra region. It is the administrative headquarters of the Jamnagar District. Jamnagar is the largest city on the westernmost side of India and is the fifth largest city of Gujarat state after Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot.

The modern look of the city was initially given by Shree Jam Ranjit, who actual built the city with all the modern infrastructure of that era was done during his reign during 1920s, the city was thereafter substantially developed by Jam Saheb Shri Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji in the 1940s, when it was part of the Princely state of Nawanagar. The city lies just to the south of the Gulf of Kutch, some 337 kilometres (209 mi) west of the state capital, Gandhinagar.

India’s largest private petroleum company, Reliance Industries, has established the world’s largest oil refinery near the village of Moti Khavdi in Jamnagar district . The Essar Oil refinery is located in the nearby town of Vadinar.

History

Nawanagar Nawanagar was founded by Jam Rawal in 1540 as the capital of the eponymous Princely state. Jamnagar, historically known as Nawanagar (the new town), was one of the most important and the largest Princely states of the Jadejas in the Saurashtra region. It was a 13 gun salute state. According to Pauranik literature, Lord Krishna established his kingdom at Dwarka town in Jamnagar district, after migrating from Mathura, and accordingly, it is to the Yadava race that the Jams of Nawanagar trace their ancestry.

Picture of Ranjitsinhji, celebrated cricketer and Maharaja of Nawanagar.

According to historical records, Bahadurshah, the emperor of Gujarat, bestowed upon Jam Lakhaji twelve villages in recognition of his role in the siege of Pawagadh. Jam Lakhaji, however, was killed by his cousins, Tamachi Deda and Jam Hamirji Jadeja, after he took possession of the villages. His son, Jam Rawal, thereafter murdered his father’s killers and became ruler of Cutch.

Hamirji’s two sons Khengarji and Sahibji fled to Delhi to pay obeisance to the Mughal Emperor Humayun. During a lion hunt, the two brothers saved the Emperor from being killed by a lion. As a reward for their valor, an army was sent with them to regain their kingdom. When Jam Sri Rawalji heard of the two princes coming back to the Kutch with the imperial army, he prepared for battle.

One night, Goddess Ashapuraji, the supreme deity of the Jadeja Clan of Rajputs, came to Jam Sri Rawalji in a dream and told him that although he had broken an oath taken in her name not to kill Hamirji, even though he was the person responsible for his death, she had refrained from punishing him because he had at all other times honoured her, but he was no longer to dwell in Cutch.

Jam Sri Rawalji and his entourage marched out of Cutch, attacked and killed Tamachi deda, the main conspirator in the killing of his father, and conquered the town of Amran and its dependencies. Jam Sri Rawalji bestowed the rule of Dhrol province on his younger brother Hardholji, who was later killed in battle at Mithoi near Khambhalia, whereupon the throne passed on to his eldest son, Jasoji. Jam hri Rawalji conquered parts of Saurashtra and formed his kingdom with 999 villages named it as Halar.

Once on a hunting trip in present-day Jamnagar, a hare was found to be brave enough to turn on the hunting dogs and put them to flight. Deeply impressed by this, Jam Sri Rawalji thought that if this land could breed such hares, the men born here would be superior to other men, and accordingly he made this place his capital.

On the seventh day of the bright half of the month of Shrawan, V.S. 1956 (August 1540) on the banks of the rivers Rangmati and Nagmati, he laid the foundation of his new capital and named it Nawanagar (new town), which after few centuries came to be known as Jamnagar, meaning the town of the JAM’s.

Climate

Jamnagar has a hot semi-arid climate (Köppen: BSh). There are three defined seasons. The “hot” season lasts from March to May and is extremely hot and humid, before giving way to the “wet” season with extremely erratic monsoonal rainfall that averages around 630 millimetres (25 in) but has varied from less than 100 millimetres (3.9 in) in 1911 and 1939 to over 1,500 millimetres (59.1 in) for the district in 2010.Tropical cyclonessometimes affect the region during this period. The “cool” season from October to February remains hot during the day but has negligible rainfall, low humidity and cool nights, so it is by far the most comfortable time of year.

The highest recorded temperature was 47 °C (117 °F) on May 5, 1990, while the lowest recorded temperature was 1 °C (34 °F) on February 5, 1984.

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Gujarat (Gir) database

Gir

Gir Somnath District is a district of Gujarat, India. It is located on the southern corner of the Kathiawar peninsula with its headquarters at the town of Veraval. Veraval has a population around 3.5 lacs.

Gir Somnath District was split from Junagadh district in August 2013, when seven new districts came into existence in Gujarat.

Patan-Veraval, Talala, Sutrapada, Kodinar, Una and Gir-Gadhada are the talukas of Gir Somnath District.

The Gir Forest is a home of many wildlife creatures including lions, deer, and monkeys. Asiatic Lions can be only be found in the Gir Forest.

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Gujarat (GandhiNagar) database

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Gandhinagar is the city becomes popular these days for tourism. The value of this city is increasing because of countless tourist destinations. It is the capital of Gujarat allowing voyagers to take pleasure of many destinations such as Akshardham Shrine, Children’s Park, Capital Complex, Sarita Udyan and many more.

Akshardham shrine is one of the biggest temples in India located in Gandhinagar City. This key pilgrim location is amazingly constructed and maintenance of shrine is managed by Akshardham management with collaboration with Gujarat government. Other spots of Gandhinagar are also amazingly constructed and properly managed.

Gandhinagar also faced the historical wars and many rulers ruled the city at intervals. King of Pathepur Mr. Pethasinh ruled city in 13th century after him, Patan of Sultanate won the battle and ruled the city. Later Sultan Ahmed changed the capital Patan to Ahmadabad. Before independence, Gujarat and Maharashtra were the part of big state Bombay, though state was divided after Independence on 1st May, 1960.

Adalaj:

The first key spot for voyagers is Adalaj ni Vav. Spot is only 18 kms away from Gandhinagar city center. Queen Ruda Bai built Adalaj spot in 1499 and its structural design was done after long research of Queen Ruda Bai.

Sabarmati Ashram:

Everybody knows Shri Mahatma Gandhi the father of nation India. He started the historic ‘Satyagraha Andolan’ from Sabarmati Ashram. In early ages, the Ashram was recognized as Kocharab Bungalow. Mahatma Gandhi stayed for 18 years in this house from 1915-1933. He began the Satyagraha from this house, which becomes the big reason for India’s freedom.

Indroda Nature Park:

A park with entry fee is available in Gandhinagar. Park is recognized as INP (Indroda Nature Park) also identified as IDFP (Indroda Dinosaur and Fossil Park). This garden area is the part of Sarita Udhyan located in popular Indroda village. Voyagers can watch species such as deer, porcupine, hare, wild boar and numerous other animals.

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