Sabar Kantha District Map


District Map of Sabarkantha

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District Map of Sabarkantha RAJASTHAN Banas Kantha Mahesana Gandhi Nagar Kheda Panchmahal Aravali
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The Sabarkantha district is located in the southern part of Gujarat. This district had a population of 2,082,531 according to the 2001 census. It covers an area of 7,390sq. km. Ninety percent of the population is rural. The main occupations of these people are dairy farming and agriculture.

The temple of Shamlaji, one of the famous Vaisnava shrines, is located in Sabarkantha district. It is a pilgrimage center and a place of tourist interest because of the yearly fair held here.




Last Updated on : 12 September 2011





     


     

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