People of Surat



People of Surat are known for their friendly behavior and cordial attitude. As one of the prime districts of Gujarat, Surat is a flourishing commercial place which houses a large number of industrial units. Brocades and silks of Surat that are given fine motifs and shapes by the craftsmen of the district are in great demand. Not only the people of India but people living in other foreign countries use the silks of Surat in large numbers.

Being a densely populated area, Surat comprises of a fair proportion of males and females. The ethnic population of Surat is a significant element of the geographical structure of the place. People belonging to various religions and faiths are known to inhabit Surat peacefully from a long time.

Gujarati people are in majority in Surat, whereas people of other languages are also found in large numbers in the district. Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christians and different other religious communities live in the land of Surat. During major festivals all the people of Surat celebrate the auspicious occasions with equal enthusiasm and mirth.

People living in the urban pockets of Surat are mainly engaged in business ventures, whereas those staying in the remote corners of Surat earn their livelihood through agricultural activities. Since the quality of soil and the rain patterns are quite suitable for cultivation hence the villagers of Surat prefer to involve in farming operations. The urban areas of Surat are blessed with many textiles units, spice factories and diamond-polishing centers all of which earn handsome revenue every year. This in turn encourages the people living in Surat cities to step into the field of business and commerce.

It can be said that People of Surat are quite popular for their business skill and humane demeanor.





Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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