Gujarat Area

The area of the Indian state of Gujarat is 1,96,024 square kilometers. Gujarat state is demarcated into three distinct areas:
  • Eastern area
  • Central area
  • Western area
The areas can be clearly distinguished from one another- a result of natural geological entropy which is continuing for thousands of years.

The eastern area of Gujarat state comprises the mainland area of the region. The Gulf of Cambay demarcates the eastern mainland area from the flat, predominantly barren central region of Saurashtra. The political area of Saurashtra occupies the geographical location of Kathiawar Peninsula. The Kathiawar Peninsula is demarcated from the western area by the Gulf of Kutch. The western area is known as Kutch.

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Last Updated on : 30 September 2011