Surendranagar District Map


District Map of Surendranagar

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Surendranagar situated between 22° 43'N Latitude and 71° 43'E Longitude can be rightly termed as gateway to Saurashtra. It is home to 15,15,147 people.

Also called the Wadhwan city, it is now a major trade and processing centre for agricultural products, soap, glass, cotton, salt, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and plastics, textile bearings, ceramics and sanitaryware.

Some of the most visited places in Surendranagar are-
  • Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary
  • Rankdevi temple
  • Wild Ass Sanctuary
  • Tarnetar [famed for Trinetreshwar Mahadev Mela (Fair)]
  • Chotila Hill
  • Zharia Mahadev

Last Updated on : 12 September 2011





     


     

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