About Bhavanagar


History:

Bhavnagar is a town in the Bhavnagar region of the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, a state of India. In pre-independence times, Bhavnagar was the largest and largest region in the region formerly known as Gohilwad. Maharaja Bhavsinghji founded the Bhavnagar region near the village of Vadava in 1743. According to the Hindu calendar, the day Bhavnagar was founded was the third day of the vaishakh. The former provinces of Palitana and Vallabhipur are now part of the region. It is now the administrative headquarters of Bhavnagar district.

What is your reputation?

It is famous for being a major commercial city with many large and small industries and the largest shipyard in the world, Alang, about 30 miles [50 km] away. Bhavnagar is also famous for its version of the famous Gujarati drink 'Ganthiya'.

Location:

The region has an area of 7034 km2.

Subcategories:

There are less than 10 total districts in Bhvanagar.

Villages:

There are 800 villages in the region.

Cities:

There are 6 cities in the region.
 


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