Lying between Vadodara and Ahmedabad, Dohad is believed to be the birthplace of King Aurangazeb. The district is linked with all the states of India through its wide network of railways, road and airways.
Dohad is predominantly an agricultural region. Its prime share of revenue comes from the agri-based products and output. However, the place is rapidly moving towards a fully developed industrial phase. The nearby towns like Jhalod, Limadi and Satarampur procure various essential items from this district.
Dohad, with a literacy rate of 45.65%, houses several educational institutes of repute. With an expanding literacy ratio, Dohad has started housing many medical, technical and general institutions as well.
The tribal culture of Dohad has an identity of its own. The fascinating tribal folklores of the district have a great demand among the tourists. Some temples of historical eminence also adorn the tourism feature of this district.
With several upcoming industries and a steady agricultural economy, Dohad is emerging as one of the prominent districts of Gujarat.
Last Updated on : 12 September 2011