Namaskar..Subscribe We welcome all of you in this video. Today we are going to talk about Gujarat, , a popular state of India. In this video we will show you such special information that you probably will not know about Gujarat . then come on let’s start. Gujarat is a peaceful and prosperous state, which has a lot of interesting things which we are going to show you. 10. Geography of Gujarat and Indus Valley Civilization Gujarat state is located in north-west India, where the border between Pakistan and Rajasthan in the northeast, Madhya Pradesh in the east and the union territories of Maharashtra and Diu, Daman, Dadra Nagar Haveli in the south. The Arabian Sea is situated on both West
and South-West boundaries of the state of Gujarat. The Indus Valley Civilization was one of the world’s first great civilizations and Gujarat was the main center of the Indus Valley Civilization, which included cities like Lothal, Dholavira and Dino. In Lothal, the first port of ancient India was established. It is also known as the Harappan civilization. 9. Gujarati Garba, food and culture Gujarat is the land of festivals and every festival here is celebrated with great enthusiasm but the special importance is for Navratri and Garba. Navratri with music and dance is a unique festival of devotion to Lord Jagadamba, which is celebrated by all the communities and every people in all the cities of Gujarat People from all around the world come to Gujarat to enjoy this traditional and religious festival. Another view of Garba is that as the dancers revolve around their hands and feet, It represents the life cycle which represents life, from death to rebirth. The male dress up in colorful traditional and women prepare in the Choniya bodice and prepare Garba. Let us Talk about Gujarat’s food. Yes, Gujarati food attracts everyone because of its taste and uniqueness Though the long beach offers a huge variety of seafood, but with the influence of Jain culture and ideas, this expansion is primarily vegetarian except some communities. Those who are not vegetarian take chicken, eggs, seafood etc for their food. In Gujarati food, not only the flavor and the taste of bringing water in the mouth are also high in nutritional value. Traditionally, a Gujarati plate contains roti, kadhi or lentils, or lentils, rice and vegetables / vegetables. Their main attractions are the Khaman-Dhokla Khandvi, Puran-Puri, Shikhand (Sweet) and Snacks Fafda and Jalebi. Gujarati people are very popular with their food abroad too. 8. Gujarat and politics Vallabhbhai Patel, born in Nadia of Gujarat in 1875, was the first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister of Independent India He played an important role in the political integration of India and he was awarded posthumously Bharat Ratna Award in 1991. The BJP won the majority in the 2002 elections, and Narendra Modi took over as chief minister of the state and after that the BJP won the Lok Sabha in 2014 and Narendra Modi became the main head of the country. 7. Business and Economy / Diamond Hub of the World Due to the presence of large refining capacity established by private and public sector companies, Gujarat is considered as the petroleum capital of India. By December 2015, Gujarat was the second largest producer of crude oil in India. The state produced 4.61 million tonnes of petroleum (crude oil) during the year 2016-17. Gujarat’s Surat is the world’s largest producer of processed diamonds,which accounts for 72 percent of the world’s processed diamond share and 80 percent of India’s diamond exports. Ahmedabad’s Aravind Mills is one of the world’s third largest denim manufacturers. 6. Safe State of India According to the good nature of Gujarat and the favorable nature of Gujarat and according to statistics, it is considered the safest Indian state with the lowest crime rate. Gujarat is ranked sixth in India according to the safest and lowest crime rate for women. 5. Important Travel & Tourism Destinations Gujarat is a popular tourist destination for people all over the world Amazing natural beauty, historical monuments, remnants of ancient civilizations, and beautiful beaches will attract you further. • Gir Forest Asiatic lion’s only natural habitat Gir Forest National Park is known worldwide for Asiatic Lions, which is spread over an area of approximately 1412 square kilometers. Recent surveys show that more than 500 Asian lions are present in the Gir Forest. •Rann of Kutch Rann of Kutch is perhaps the most beautiful place where you would like to go Nestled between the endless Thar Desert and the powerful Arabian Sea, the Kutch is an attractive mirror of sand and salt. On the full moon night, the desert shines bright, in the form of a diamond and with it creates an unrealistic sense of peace. Cultural events are organized on the full moon night, tents are made and it becomes a wondrous land. In fact, it is one of the most attractive places to visit in Gujarat. • Ahmedabad city Gujarat’s largest city Ahmedabad is probably one of the best tourist destinations in Gujarat where you will go first. This is a city with culture and rich heritage. The special attractions include Akshardham Temple Complex, Sabarmati Ashram and Lake Rancheria. The International Kite Festival is also worth seeing if you come during this wonderful one-day festival. -The Queen’s Wave, which is in Patan city. The Queen’s Waves is one of the rare UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which Queen made in memory of her king. Apart from this, Saputara and Mount Abu are the best hill stations of Gujarat. 4. Asia’s Best Management Institute: Not only in India but in all the management institutes of Asia, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) (Indian Institute of Management), Ahmedabad is considered to be one of the best management institutes in Asia. IIM Ahmedabad was established on December 11, 1961 with the active support of Government of India, Government of Gujarat, Harvard Business School and other key members of the Indian Business Industry. 3. Gujarati cinema and popular people Gujarati cinema, Gujarati film industry is called informally as Dhollywood or Gollywood. It is one of the premier regional and local film industries of India’s cinema, which has produced more than a thousand films since its inception. Narsingh Mehta, Bhav ni Bhavai, Desh Ray Joya Dada Jaya, Dariya Chhro etc are all the famous movies of Gujarati cinema throughout the world. Many Gujarati artists like Sanjeev Kumar, Paresh Rawal, Asha Parekh, Darshan Jariwala, Manoj Joshi, Sneh Lata, Kiran Kumar ,Bindu, Aruna Irani have made their name in the film industry. 2. Some unknown and unheard facts about Gujarat Gandhinagar is the most green capital of whole of Asia. The world’s largest ship breaking yard is in Alang near Bhavnagar in Gujarat. Amul – Anand Milk Cooperative Union Product is well known throughout India, and it is Asia’s largest dairy. In 1818, the British East India Company established its first step in Surat. You would also be surprised to know that one out of every 5 Indians is Gujarati, while one in 20 Indians is Gujarati. 1. The wonderful temples of Gujarat The culturally rich state of Gujarat is one of the most vibrant states in India, in which there are many beautiful and holy temples also. • Somnath Temple, Somnath One of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva the legendary Somnath temple, is one of the most beautiful temples of Gujarat presently. It is said that the temple was originally made by gold by the moon god, was made again by Ravana in silver and then by Lord Krishna in wood and in the end King Bhimdev was made in stone. and in the end King Bhimdev was made in stone. Mehmood Ghazni had badly damaged and looted the temple in 1024 AD. Later, the temple was raided in 1706 1927 and 1934. The seven-storey structure of the temple that came to the sea shore is in Chalukya style architecture and boasts of a wonderful atmosphere. • Dwarkadhishi Temple, Dwarka Dwarkashish temple, also known as Jagat Mandir or Trilok Sundar Temple, is a part of the four-Dham Yatra revered in Hinduism. Dedicated to Lord Dwarkadhish (the nature of Lord Krishna), the temple is more than 2500 years old and attracts devotees from all over the world. Located on the confluence of the Gomti River and Arabian Sea, there are 5 floors in the magnificent sandstone temple, supported by 60 pillars, which have beautiful and wonderful carvings. • Sun Temple, Modhera The Sun Temple, founded by King Bhimdev II of the Solanki dynasty,in the 11th century,is 106 km north-west of Ahmedabad. is situated on a hill in Modhera One of the most beautiful Hindu temples in Gujarat, It has been built in such a way that the sun shines from the sunrise to the sunset on the image of the Sun Chakra. The main hall and temple are supported by beautifully carved pillars with idols of gods and demons. One of the few sun temples in India, this temple complex is divided into three parts – Sun Kund, Gala Mandap and Gurga Mandap. There are also temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Sheetla Mata in this complex. • Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, Gandhinagar One of the largest temples in Gujarat, Akshardham Temple of Gandhinagar is managed by the prosperous Hindu Swaminarayan Group. Spread over 23 acres of shielded lawns, this huge temple was constructed by nearly 1000 artisans. This complex was made of 6000 metric tons of pink sandstone and is considered to be the residence of Lord Swaminarayan. One of the main attractions of the temple is a 45 minute water show, which is held after sunset. It is also an opportunity to see Sahjanand forest, including a park for children, a waterfall, a lake and herbal garden It is time to see this wonderful temple and its attractions once. So, audience friends, how do we feel this is our new video Please comments your feedback on comment section. and also please subscribe and press bell icon if you need to know more or another please comment.