Geography of Porbandar


Geography of Porbandar is characterized by blue sea and golden beaches. With the average elevation of the city being zero meters, Porbandar topography is generally plain and flat. However, one will find some hilly areas nearby this seaside city like the Barda Hills. Porbandar is a part of Kathiawar peninsula.

Position of Prime Importance The global location of Porbandar city is 21.63° North Latitude and 69.6° East Longitude. Situated along the coast of the Arabian Sea, this port city of Gujarat enjoys a strategic location. For centuries it has been the only link between the country and the western world. Even today Porbandar serves as an important port connecting India to many other countries.

As Porbandar is located beside the Arabian Sea, fishing and exporting fish naturally form a major part of the city business.

Lakes of Porbandar

The city of Porbandar is dotted with many lakes. Anchherital and Jolingkong are two famous lakes of Porbandar.

Pleasant climate of Porbandar

Due to its close proximity to the sea, this port city enjoys a temperate climate. Although weather in Porbandar is generally pleasant, it is at its best during the winters when the temperature ranges from 24° Celsius to 10° Celsius.

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Last Updated on 19th January 2013


     


     

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