This category contains categories for each of the administrative districts of the state.
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District named after the city in Gujurat.
District Amreli is located on the Southern part of Gujarat.
Anand district is in Gujarat at the north of the Gulf of Khambat, and is named after Anand Town.
Banaskantha district is in North Gujarat. Palanpur is the biggest town of the district. Banaskantha is dry in atmosphere. The desert is very near. The river Saraswati dissolved and ends into the desert. Banaskantha was known for its army camps during British rule. Some industries have come up in recent years. The river dam and Agricultural University have also contributed to the development of this district.
The district is named after the town of Bharuch. This very old town was mentioned in historical records nearly 2000 years ago. It is on the main rail line between Vadodara and Surat on the bank of the Narmada River.
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This district in eastern Saurashtra, is named after the city.
District Dahod is located on the Eastern part of Gujarat.
Dangs District is located on the Southeast part of Gujarat. Tribes like the Bhils, Kunbis, Warlis, and Gamits inhabit Dangs. They are known for their dances, which are performed wearing masks made out of bamboos and wood. Saputara is the famous hill station here.
District to the north of Ahmedabad city, Gujarat.
Jamnagar district is named after the town and is in the coastal northwest of Saurashtra.
The district is named after the town of Junagadh. Junagadh is at the base of the temple-studded Girnar hill and is the departure point for visits to the Gir forest. The city takes its name from the fort that enclosed the old city (Junna means old).
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Bounded on the north by Pakistan. It is largely barren except for a fertile band along the Gulf of Kachchh in the Arabian Sea. Mandvi, Bhuj, and Kadla, a new port, are the chief towns. Formerly a princely state, Kachchh was established in the 14th century by Rajputs and passed under British rule in 1815. Kachchh was incorporated into Gujarat in 1960.
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Kheda is a district in central Gujarat.
Mehsana is a district in central Gujarat, north of Ahmedabad, named after the town.
District Narmada is located on the South-East part of Gujarat.
Navsari district is located on the Southeast part of Gujarat. It was declared district in 1997.
This category lists web sites relating to Panchmahal district.
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Patan district is located on the Northwest part of Gujarat.
Porbandar is district with a population figure of more than half a million. It has all modern facilities such as railways lines, domestic air service, state government as well as private luxury bus services and above all a fully operational port of international standards.
District of Gujarat, named after the town.
Sabarkantha is a largely rural district with more than 90% of its population residing in rural areas. The economy of Sabarkantha is dominated by agriculture.
Surat district in southern Gujarat is named after its principal city.
This administrative district is named after the town.
District named after the city of the same name.
This category lists web sites relating to Valsad district.
Please submit only sites relating to Valsad district.