Gujarat is an Indian state located on the Arabian Sea’s western coast. It includes the entire Kathiawar Peninsula (Saurashtra) as well as the surrounding mainland area.

The state is primarily bounded to the northwest by Pakistan and to the north, east, and southeast by the Indian states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra. Gujarat also shares a small portion of its southeastern border with the Indian Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and it surrounds Daman and Diu with the Arabian Sea. Gujarat’s coastline is 992 miles (1,596 kilometres) long, and no part of the state is more than 100 miles (160 kilometres) from the sea. Gandhinagar is the state capital, located on the outskirts of Ahmadabad (Ahmedabad), the former capital, the largest city in the state, and one of India’s most important textile centres. It happened in Ahmadabad.

Gujarat, located in the western part of India, is a vibrant state renowned for its rich culture, historical landmarks, and industrial prowess. Covering an area of approximately 75,686 square miles (196,024 square kilometers), Gujarat is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Rajasthan to the north, Maharashtra to the south, and Madhya Pradesh to the east. The state is known for its diverse landscape, including the arid Rann of Kutch, picturesque beaches along the Arabian Sea, and lush forests in the eastern region. Gujarat boasts a rich cultural heritage, with landmarks such as the ancient city of Dwarka, the Gir Forest National Park, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park. With its blend of historical significance, natural beauty, and modern development, Gujarat offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into India’s vibrant tapestry of culture and heritage.

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