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Gujarat
Areas of Focus
Factories
Gujarat and the Mughal Empire
Maps
Population

Areas of Focus
  1. Ahmedabad

  2. Amreli

  3. Anand

  4. Aravalli

  5. Banaskantha

  6. Bharuch

  7. Bhavnagar

  8. Botad

  9. Chhota Udaipur

  10. Dahod

  11. Dang

  12. Devbhoomi Dwarka

  13. Gandhinagar

  14. Gir Somnath

  15. Jamnagar

  16. Junagadh

  17. Kheda

  18. Kutch

  19. Mahisagar

  20. Mehsana

  21. Morbi

  22. Narmada

  23. Navsari

  24. Panchmahal

  25. Patan

  26. Porbandar

  27. Rajkot

  28. Sabarkantha

  29. Surat

  30. Surendranagar

  31. Tapi

  32. Vadodara

  33. Valsad

Factories
Agro and food processing
Chemicals and petrochemicals
Dairy
Engineering and auto
Gems and jewellery
Oil and gas
Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology
IT
Minerals
Ports
Power
Textiles and apparels

Chemicals and petrochemicals
Public utility
Essar Refinery
Jamnagar Refinery
Vadodara Refinery

Maps


Population
Total Districts Dist Dist Headquarter Population
2001 Census[3]
Population
2011 Census[3]
Area (kmē) Density ( per kmē)
2011
Formation Date
AH Ahmedabad Ahmedabad 5,673,090 7,045,313 7,170 983
AM Amreli Amreli 1,393,880 1,513,614
AN Anand Anand 1,856,712 2,090,276 gn="right"| 711 1997
AR Aravalli Modasa 908,797 1,039,918 3,217 323 2013
BK Banaskantha Palanpur 2,502,843 3,116,045 12,703 245
BR Bharuch Bharuch 1,370,104 1,550,822 6,524 238
BV Bhavnagar Bhavnagar 2,065,492 2,393,272 8,334 287
Botad Botad 547,567 656,005 2,564 256 2013
Chhota Udaipur Chhota Udaipur 909,799 1,071,831 3,237 331 2013
DA Dahod Dahod 1,635,374 2,126,558 3,642 583 1997
DG Dang Ahwa 186,712 226,769 1,764 129
Devbhoomi Dwarka Khambhalia 623,091 752,484 5,684 132 2013
GA Gandhinagar Gandhinagar 1,334,731 1,387,478 2163 641 1964
Gir Somnath Veraval 1,059,675 1,217,477 3,754 324 2013
JA Jamnagar Jamnagar 1,281,187 1,407,635 8,441 167
JU Junagadh Junagadh 1,388,498 1,525,605 5,092 300
KA Kutch Bhuj 1,526,321 2,090,313 45,652 46
KH Kheda Nadiad 1,806,929 2,053,769 3,667 560
MH Mahisagar Lunavada 861,562 994,624 2,500 398 2013
MA Mehsana Mehsana 1,837,696 2,027,727 4,386 419
Morbi Morbi 825,301 960,329 4,871 197 2013
NR Narmada Rajpipla 514,083 590,379 2,749 215 1997
NV Navsari Navsari 1,229,250 1,330,711 2,211 602 1997
PM Panchmahal Godhra 1,381,002 1,642,268 3,272 502
PA Patan Patan 1,181,941 1,342,746 5,738 234 2000
PO Porbandar Porbandar 536,854 586,062 2,294 255 1997
RA Rajkot Rajkot 2,488,885 3,015,229 7,550 399
SK Sabarkantha Himmatnagar 1,173,734 1,388,671 4,173 333
ST Surat Surat 4,996,391 6,079,231 4,418 1,337
SN Surendranagar Surendranagar 1,370,843 1,585,268 9,271 171
TA Tapi Vyara 719,634 806,489 3,249 248 2007
VD Vadodara Vadodara 2,732,003 3,093,795 4,312 718
VL Valsad Valsad 1,410,680 1,703,068 3,034 561 1966

Gujarat and the Mughal Empire

Aurangzeb

6th Mughal emperor

Full name Abul Muzaffar Muhi-ud-Din Mohammad Aurangzeb
Born 4 November 1618 (N.S.) Dahod, Mughal Empire
Died 20 February 1707 (aged 88) Ahmednagar, Mughal Empire
Burial Tomb of Aurangzeb, Khuldabad, Aurangabad Maharashtra

Dahod is a model town in Gujarat. It is the birthplace of the Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb.
Aurangzeb, who was better known by his imperial title Alamgir ("Conqueror of the World"), was born at Dahod, Gujarat, and was the sixth Mughal Emperor ruling with an iron fist over most of the subcontinent. He was the third son and sixth child of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. At the time of his birth, his father, Shah Jahan, was then the Subedar (governor) of Gujarat whilst his (Shah Jahan's) father, Jehangir, was the Mughal Emperor. Before he became emperor, Aurangzeb was made Subedar of Gujarat as part of his training and was stationed at Ahmedabad. Aurangzeb was a notable expansionist.
Last Updated: November 15, 2017