Gujarat Fact Sheet

Gujarat Fact Sheet

Population = 60,383,628 (as per 2011 census)
Area = 196,024 sq km
Established = 1 May 1960
Capital City = Gandhinagar
Largest city = Ahmedabad
Country = India
Districts = 26
Official Language = Gujarati
Spoken languages = English, Hindi, Sindhi

District Code District Name Headquarters PopulationArea (sq km)Density (sq km)Literacy (%)
AH Ahmedabad Ahmedabad 7208200870766786.65
AM Amreli Amreli 1513614676020674.49
AN Anand Anand 2090276294263185.79
BK Banaskantha Palanpur 31160451270319766.39
BR Bharuch Bharuch 1550822652421083.03
BV Bhavnagar Bhavnagar 28779611115522176.84
DA Dahod Dahod 2126558364244960.6
DG Dang Ahwa 226769176410676.8
GA Gandhinagar Gandhinagar 1387478649205785.78
JA Jamnagar Jamnagar 21591301412513574.4
JU Junagadh Junagadh 2742291883927776.88
KA Kutch Bhuj 2090313456523371.58
KH Kheda Kheda 2298934421548084.31
MA Mehsana Mehsana 2027727438641984.26
NR Narmada Rajpipla 590379274918773.29
NV Navsari Navsari 1330711221155684.78
PA Patan Patan 1342746573820673.47
PM Panchmahal Godhra 2388267521938872.32
PO Porbandar Porbandar 586062229423476.63
RA Rajkot Rajkot 37997701120328282.2
SK Sabarkantha Himmatnagar 2427346739028276.6
SN Surendranagar Surendranagar 17558731048914473.19
ST Surat Surat 6079231765765386.65
TA Tapi Vyara 806489295124469.23
VD Vadodara Vadodara 4157568779446781.21
VL Valsad Valsad 1703068303446580.94

Last Updated on : 11/06/2013



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