Ahmedabad District Map


District Map of Ahmedabad

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Ahmedabad district is located in the central Gujarat. It encompasses a total area of 8086 sq.km. The total population of the Ahmedabad district is 48.02, where the male constitutes 25.29 and female constitutes 22.73 of the total population(in lakhs). Ahmedabad can boast of many places of tourist interest like Gandhi Ashram, Dandi Bridge, Satyagraha Ashram Kochrab, Sabarmati Jail and many others of historical and religious importance. The district is often referred to as the "Manchester of India" or the "Textile City".


Last Updated on : 12 September 2011







     


     

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