Overview

Surat is a district in the Indian state of Gujarat, with Surat city serving as its administrative centre. It is surrounded by the districts of Bharuch, Narmada, Navsari, and east Tapi. The Gulf of Cambay is to the west. It is Gujarat’s second most advanced district.  Surat, situated in the southern part of Gujarat, India, is a bustling city known for its economic prosperity, cultural diversity, and historical landmarks. Covering an area of approximately 106 square miles (275 square kilometers), Surat lies along the banks of the Tapi River, making it an important port city and industrial hub. The city is renowned for its rich history, with landmarks such as the historic Surat Castle, the iconic Surat Fort, and the revered Chintamani Jain Temple reflecting its cultural significance. Surat is also known for its thriving diamond and textile industries, contributing to its economic growth and earning it the title of the “Diamond City” and the “Textile Hub of India.” With its bustling markets, vibrant festivals, and entrepreneurial spirit, Surat offers visitors a dynamic and immersive experience in the heart of Gujarat’s cultural and economic landscape.

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