Navsari was originally known as "Navasarika", and was the capital of the vishya Chalukyas of Navasarika, which ruled the area around Navsari as subordinate. Navsari, also spelled Naosari, is a town in the southeastern state of Gujarat, in northwestern India. It is found in the lowlands along the Purna River. Navsari is home to Parsis, a descendant of Zoroastrians from Persia, and it contains its most revered temples of fire. The city is a marketplace for cotton, sorghum, and timber, and it specializes in processing, weaving, metal, and leather industries.
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Navsari's 23rd "cleanest city in India" according to the Swachh Bharat Urban mission. The village of Dandi near Navsari was the focus of the massive March Kasawoti led by Mahatma Gandhi during the Indian occupation.
The region has an area of 2211 km2.
There are 3 total villages in Navsari.
There are 70 villages in the region.
There are 5 cities in total in the region.
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