Gujarat is the western state of India. Whose international border is also in Pakistan It is the fifth-largest state in India in terms of area and 9th largest in terms of population. If you want to download Gujarat HD Map PDF then click on the link given below the article.
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Gujarat state borders Rajasthan in the north and Madhya Pradesh in the northeast. To its south is Maharashtra. While situated in the western Arabian Sea. Gandhinagar is the capital of this state. And Ahmedabad is the most important commercial center here.
The state was formed on 1 May 1960. The largest city here is Ahmedabad. The total number of districts is 33.
At present, the Chief Minister of Gujarat is Bhupendrabhai Patel and the Governor is Acharya Devvrat. There are 182 seats in the assembly. There are 11 seats in the Rajya Sabha and 26 in the Lok Sabha.
The total area of this state is 196024 square km, which makes it the fifth largest state in the country. According to the current data, the total GDP of this state is ₹ 19.44 trillion and the GDP per capita is ₹ 2,43,761.
The official language of Gujarat is Gujarati. Apart from Gujarati, the Hindi language is also spoken here.
History of Gujarat State
The history of the state of Gujarat is believed to be around 2000 BC. This region was ruled by dynasties like Maurya, Gupta, Gurjara Pratihara, etc. This place was also attacked by Mahmud Ghaznabi. After getting independence in 1947, this state was named Gujarat.
The state animal of Gujarat is the Asiatic Lion, the state bird Greater Flamingo, the state flower Marigold, the state tree is Banyan, and the state fruit mango.
Cotton tobacco and groundnuts are produced here. Gujarat is most famous for Garba and Dandiya.
The most famous festival here is Navratri, which is celebrated with great pomp.
The state has religious places like Dwarka, Somnath, Palitana, Pavagadh, Ambaji Bhadreshwar, Shamlaji, Baghdana, Virpur, Kheralu (Surya Mandir), Modhera (Surya Mandir), Taranga, Nishkalank Mahadev, Rajpara (Bhavnagar), Bahucharaji, and Girnar.
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