Ahmedabad District comprises the city of Ahmedabad, in the central part of the state of Gujarat in western India. It is the seventh most populous district in India.
Anand District is an administrative district of Gujarat and is popularly known as Charotar. It was carved out of the Kheda district in 1997. Anand is the administrative headquarters of the district. Anand District is bounded by Kheda District to the north, Vadodara District to the east, Ahmedabad District to the west, and the Gulf of Khambhat to the south. The major towns in Anand District are Khambhat, Tarapur, Petlad and Sojitra.
Bharuch District is a busy district in the southern part of Gujarat on the west coast of the 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.
Chhota Udaipur District
Chhota Udaipur district is a district in the state of Gujarat in India. It was carved out of the Vadodara district on 26th January 2013 with its headquarters at Chhota Udaipur town and is the 28th district of Gujarat.
Dahod District is located in Gujarat state in western India. Dahod is called as its administrative capital.
Kheda District is one of the thirty-three districts of Gujarat state in western India. Nadiad city is the administrative headquarters of the district.
Mahisagar district is a district in the state of Gujarat in India that came into being on 26th January 2013, becoming the 28th district of the state. The district has been carved out of the Panchmahal district and the Kheda district. The name Mahisagar is given from "Mahi River".
Narmada district is an administrative district in the state of Gujarat. The district headquarters are located at Rajpipla. Narmada district is bounded by Vadodara district in the north, by Maharashtra in the east, by Tapi district in the south and by Bharuch district in the west.
Panchmahal District, which is also Panch Mahals, is a district in the western India, in the eastern portion of Gujarat. The Panch-mahal means five tehsils or talukas and refers to the five sub-divisions that were transferred by the Maharaja Jivajirao Scindia of Gwalior State to the British East India Company. The towns like Godhra, Dahod, Halol, Kalol and Jhalod are the capital cities in Panchmahal District.
Vadodara District is a district in the eastern part of the state of Gujarat in western India. The city of Vadodara, located in the western part of the district is the administrative headquarters. Vadodara District covers an area of 7,794 square km. It had a population of 3,641,802 of which 45.20 percent were urban as of 2001 census. As of 2011 it is the third most populous district of Gujarat after Ahmedabad and Surat.
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