Where is Surat



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The port city of Surat falls within the geographical location of North Latitude 21degrees to 15 minutes and East Longitude 72 degrees to 52 minutes. Surat is very prominently located in the western part of the Gulf of Bombay. It is bordered by the Narmada, Baruch, Dang and Navsari Districts of Gujarat.

CitySurat
StateGujarat
DistrictSurat
Total Population2,433,787
Total Male1,372,307
Total Female1,061,480
Total Population (0-6 Age Group)328,426
Total Male (0-6 Age Group)179,955
Total Female (0-6 Age Group)148,471
Total Literates 2,433,787
Total Male Literates 1,372,307
Total Female Literates 1,061,480



Last Updated on : September 19, 2016



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