Amreli district is one of the 33 administrative districts of the state of Gujarat in western India. The district headquarters are located at Amreli. Amreli is land of Yogiji Maharaj, Danbapu, Sage Muldas, Sage Bhojalrambapa, Sage Muktanand Swami, Magician K.Lal, Zaverchand Megahani's place (Bagasara), Dr. Jivaraj Mehata etc. Amreli covers Gir National forest sanctuary area.
Bhavnagar District is a district of southeastern Gujarat, India, on the Saurashtra peninsula.
Botad District is a district of the state of Gujarat, India. It was created on 15th August 2013 from the southwestern part of Ahmedabad District and the northwestern part of Bhavnagar District.
Dwarka District which is better known as the Devbhumi Dwarka District is a district of India located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Kutch in the state of Gujarat. Its headquarters are located in the city of Khambhalia.
Gir Somnath District
Gir Somnath District- the land of temples and forests is a district of Gujarat. It is located on the southern corner of the Kathiawar peninsula with its headquarters at the town of Veraval.
Jamnagar District is a district of India located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Kutch in the state of Gujarat. Its headquarters are located in the eponymous city of Jamnagar.
Junagadh District- the land of Mughal fort is a district of the Indian state of Gujarat. Its administrative headquarters is the city of Junagadh.
Morbi District is in the state of Gujarat, India. It was formed on August 15 2013, along with several other districts, on the 67th Independence Day of India.
Porbandar district had a population of 5,86,062 of which 48.77% were urban as of 2011 census. This district was carved out of Junagadh District.
Rajkot district is one of the 33 districts of the Indian state of Gujarat. Rajkot city is the administrative headquarters of the district. It is the third-most advanced district in Gujarat.
Surendranagar is an administrative district in the state of Gujarat. It has a population of approximately 1.7 million people. Surendranagar is also known as Jhalawad, as Jhala Rajputs ruled many principalities of Surendranagar district in medieval era.
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