Jamnagar

Yamnagar

Yamnagar is a city on the west coast of India in the state of Gujarat in the Saurashtra region. This is the administrative centre of the Jamnagar district. The jewel of Kathiawar, Jamnagar is a coastal town on the Gulf of Kutch in the state of Gujarat, India. The jewel of Kathiawar, Jamnagar lies on the coast of the Gulf of Kutch in the state of Gujarat. Yamnagar the jewel of Kathiawar, lies on the coast of the Gulf of Kutch in the state of Gujarat, India.

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Yamnagar ("pronunciation") is a town on the west shore of India in the state of Gujarat in the Saurashtra area.... This is the seat of the Jamnagar district administration. Yamnagar is the biggest town on the most westerly side of India and the fifth biggest town in the state of Gujarat after Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot.

Shree Jam Ranjit, who constructed the town with all the modern facilities of the time during his rule in the 1920s, first gave the town its contemporary appearance, then Jam Saheb Shri Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji significantly expanded the town in the 1920s when it was part of the Princely State of Nawanagar.

It is located just south of the Gulf of Kutch, about 337 kilometers westwards of the state capitol Gandhinagar. Jamnagar, traditionally known as Nawanagar (the new city), was one of the most important and biggest Jadeja royal states in the Saurashtra area.

In Pauranik script ure, Lord Krishna founded his empire in the city of Dwarka in the Jamnagar county after emigrating from Mathura, and accordingly it is the Yadava races who follow the dams of Nawanagar their descent. Bahadurshah, the Gujarat Kaiser, Jam Lakhaji, according to historic record, donated twelve towns in appreciation of his part in the Pawagadh invasion.

One time on a hunt in today's Jamnagar a rabbit turned out to be courageous enough to attack the hounds and to flee. It was on the 7th anniversary of the light half of the Shrawan Peninsula, V.S. 1956 (August 1540) on the Rangmati and Nagmati River bank, that he lay the foundations for his new city, Nawanagar (New Town), which after a few hundred years became known as Jamnagar, the city of JAM.

The Jamnagar has a warm semi-arid environment (Köppen: BSh). This " hott " time of year runs from March to May and is extreme warm and moist before giving way to the " wett " time of year with extreme irregular monsoon rains[9], which on average is around 630 millimeters, but ranges from less than 100 millimeters in 1911 and 1939 to over 1,500 millimeters (59.1 in) for the county in 2010.

Jamnagar had 479,920 inhabitants and its conurbation 600,943 at the end of the 2011 India Citizen Count. The Jamnagar alphabet count is 82 on a daily basis. Jamnagar has 10% of the under 6s populace. Men make up 53% of the total and women 47%. Jamnagar's gender balance in 2011 was 939 women per 1000 men.

Jamnagar's Municipal Department of Environment is the Jamnagar Area Entwicklung Authority or JADA. Jamnagar's most inhabitants are Gujarati and are speaking the Gujarati people. Kutchi is spoken by a small part of the Gujarati people, which is spoken in the Gujarati alphabet but is not understandable with Gujarati. Kathiawadi (a vernacular Gujarati dialect) is widely used for everyday communications.

Jamnagar is the only sea reserve in India and the national park is located near Jamnagar on the Pirotan islet. The Jamnagar is known for its four marmoreal Jain temples: The Vardhman Shah's Temple, Raisi Shah's Temple, Sheth's Temple and Vasupujya Swami's Temple; all constructed between 1574 and 1622. 14 ] The Bala Hanuman Temple in Jamnagar is also very well known and is mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records for the longest continual singing of "Ram Dhun" (since August 1, 1964).

The Guinness Book of Records also contains the world's biggest Rotla with 63 kilograms. Ninety-nine kilograms (141 lb 1 oz) and was produced on January 15, 2005 by the Shree Jalarm Mandir Jirnodhar Samitee Organization at Jalaram Temple, Jamnagar. Jamnagar is commonly known as "Chhoti Kashi" because there are many churches in the town, and there is a tendency towards different spiritualities and faiths.

Many Shiv-Tempels exist in the town, like Badri Kedar Nath, Nilkanth Mahadev Temple and Bhid Bhanjan Mahadev Temple near the town hall and the Kashi Vishwanath Temple at the K.V. Road. The Jamnagar is known for its four marmoreal Jain temples: The Vardhman Shahs Temple, Raisi Shahs Temple, Sheths Temple and Vasupujya Swamis Temple.

Jamnagar has more than 30 Jain temples. Jamnagar County has a Muslim community of 19%. Locals have long since abandoned their traditional fishery businesses and taken on many new occupations, as the industrialization of Jamnagar and the establishment of several huge enterprises has boosted the growth of the community's economies.

Formerly known as the " Bras City ", it hosts more than 5,000 large and 10,000 small shops producing copperware in and around the Shankar Tekari, GIDC Phase-III, M Ph Shah Udhyognagar and Dared GIDC-II Industry Areas. The Jamnagar has the biggest output of bronze articles in the state.

Known as "World's Oils City", Jamnagar is home to the world's largest Reliance Industries and Essar Oils mills. The Reliance Industries Reliance Industries Petroleum Plant in Jamnagar 1. is the first petroleum plant in the country to be built, according to an April 28, 2008 edition of Fortune Magazine. As Reliance Industries has said, the refinery's production is for exports only and is not domestic to India.

Essar Oil has India's second biggest individual site oil mill in Vadinar, Gujarat, with a production of 20 MMTPA or 405,000 barrel per year. The Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Company runs a DAP (diammonium phosphate) facility in the Motikhavdi community, 27 km from Jamnagar. Sikka is a coal-fired thermal energy substation near Jamnagar.

The Digjam company operates a fully-equipped composites factory that produces high value woollen fabric in Jamnagar. He was a major actor in the Kammgarn textiles industy in India. Yamnagar has bases of all three defensive wings: the Indian Luftwaffe, the Indian Army and the Indian Navy. Jamnagar provides geographic support to all defense sectors as it has ocean reach for the Indian Navy and a large flightbase due to its strategically located near Pakistan.

Seven kilometers away, the town has an all-weather sea port, the Bedi Port, through which various goods are brought in and out. The Jamnagar is known for its Bandhani attire. About 10% of Jamnagar's livelihood comes from this industrial sector; this garment is traditionally made in Jamnagar and sold outside India.

The Jamnagar is known for its Bandhani people. The Bandhani colouring operation is largely performed in this town, as it is well known that the waters of this area give the colours, especially the chestnut and reddish colours, a particular light. It has an international aerodrome (IATA: JGA - ICAO: VAJM) with a one-day non-stop service to Mumbai (Bombay).

The Jamnagar train terminal is linked to a wide range of rail links throughout India. 19 ] Jamnagar has 4 newspaper consequence to Mumbai and time period consequence to the pipe municipality in the geographical area statesman, cardinal and geographical area of the administrative district. A lot of buses are operated by privately owned companies which run between Jamnagar and Bhuj, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Mumbai, Pune and many other large towns of Gujarat and other states.

In addition to privately owned busses, State provides transportation by coach to almost all of Gujarat's major towns and also to interstate transportation. Jamnagar Municipality operates busses in the town. Recently, Ola Cabs has been operating here with Taxi for Sure, and Jamnagar has many colleges, among them privately owned, state-approved one.

M. P. Shah College is one of the best schools in India for study of medicine. Gujarat Ayurved in Jamnagar is regarded as the best faculty in the field of Ayurveda in the whole word and has faculty from all over the state. She was recently voted one of the top 10 universities of medicine in India by the India Today monthly journal.

Yamnagar also has the Government Dental College & Hospital. The Darbargadh (Maharajah Palace), the old imperial seat of Jam Saheb and the most important historic building in Jamnagar, mirrors the merger of Rajput and architectural style from Europe. Gujarat's 2001 quake inflicted only minor losses in this area. If you reach the town of Jamnagar by land on the Rajkot Highway, you can see this splendid building on the bank of the canal.

Northeast of Jamnagar, with a fresh water shadel, inter-tidal mud flats, streams, salt flats, salt marshes and mixed groves of groves. The Pirotan is one of the 42 small island that make up the Maritime Reserve. India's first Maritime National Park is located in the Jamnagar area of Gujarat. It offers the possibility to observe amazing water life, corals, mangroves as well as the diversity of birdlife in the untouched area.

India's first sea reserve[26] has several publicly accessible parts: One of them is Pirotan Island, which is about 22 kilometers in the Arabian Sea near Jamnagar and covers an area of about 458 kilometers. Situated about 7 km from the downtown area, the National Park and Sanctuary includes an island of 42 archipelagos known for their mangrove and reef corals.

At Jamnagar, there are two major harbours named Bedi and Rosi, one on the banks of the Gulf of Kutch, the other two on the Rangamati River, a 4 kilometre stretch upland. The Shantinath Mandir is located southwest of the Bedi Gate in Jamnagar. Complex wood sculptures have been carved into the sanctuary and the wall is decorated with delicate wall paintings depicting the life of the Jain Saint.

It has a ground of ivory flooring and is adorned with striking Jain designs in amber, ivory, blue, black, ivory and blue. The goddess (Kuldevi) of the Jadeja tribe of Rajputs who reigned this place. Situated in the eastern part of Jamnagar, where the entry (gate) to the town opens, the sanctuary is situated near Darbargadh in the old part of the town.

Bala Hanuman is located on the southeast side of Ranmal Lake. Known for the 24-hour singing of the Mantra'Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Jai Ram since August 1, 1964, the sanctuary is renowned for its music. That dedication has given the Bala Hanuman a place in the Guinness Book of Records.

Every year it is visited by thousand of followers. The early evenings are a particularly good season to see the sanctuary. The Bholeshwar Mahadev Sanctuary is about 2 km from the Tehsil Lalpur hamlet of Murila. Tehsil Lalpur is a small mountain town. It is located on the banks of the river Dhandhar. Known for its carnival on Shravani Amas.

The temple is located on the edge of the town, near the Samrpan Hospital Khambhaliya Bypass Jamnagar. Jamnagar Municipality has recently created a reserve near Ranjit Sagar Dam. There is a nice backyard with colorful wells. It is open every day except Sunday and Monday from 10 am to 8 pm.

Sunday the parking is open until 22 o'clock and Monday it is shut for work. The main gate of Jam Ranjitsinhji Island Parks. The Sonapuri is a 1940 embellished crematory located about 3 km from the center of the town. Constructed in the shape of a garden, it has become a popular destination for tourists because of the fine mural paintings and sculptures that decorate its interior.

It is a new botanic gardens in the town opposite the Palace Square, whose name is Gulab Kunvarbaaa Udhyan. Often it was used by the town' s everyday strollers and runners. However, the grounds have been open to the general public until now. To start the morning with Jalebi-fafda and Pawpaw velbharo and end the afternoon with an Heera - Moti ice cream from Ram dairy seems like a perfectly Jamnagiri way of life.

Jamnagar's day-to-day newspaper is available in a variety of regional and domestic markets, such as The Times of India, Economic Times, Indian Express and Business Standard. And All India Radio Airs at 100. Jamnagar is home to all wireless carriers such as Vodafone, Airtel, Idea, Reliance, BSNL, Tata Docomo. Jamnagar publishes many in Gujarati and publishes many locally produced papers in English:

The Jamnagar has a few single-screen theaters, as well as several multix theaters, Mehul Cinemax near Samarpan Hospital, INOX at Crystal Mall and Reliance Reviews at Reliance Mart 30 km from the town. Ranji Trophy and Duleep Trophy indian crime contests are dedicated to the prince of Jamnagar.

Jamnagar was the birthplace of Duleepsinhji, a former crime fighter after whom the name Duleep Trophy is known. Filed copy. Archives from the orginal on 23.04.2005. <font color="#ffff00" size=14> Archives from the orginal from 27. June 2013. Reliance Industries Limited - Jamnagar "Archived Copy". Archives from the orginal on 24.10.2008.

Essar Oil Refinery, Vadinar, Gujarat. Jamnagar Archived 2014-03-01 County precipitation stats for Wayback Machine. Jamnagar, India. The Jamnagar - climatic diagram, temperature diagram, climatic table". Jamnagar is getting ready to make its move. Railway station Jamnagar/JAM - Departure times for today's train - India Rail Info - A busy hub for travellers & railway enthusiasts".

Indien Rail Info. Filed copy. Archives from the orginal on 17.08.2005. Welcome to the Khijadiya, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India Bird Sanctuary. Jamnagar's 10 Best Restaurant 2015 - TripAdvisor. www.tripadvisor.in. Commons Wikimedia has related Jamnagar related news items. Jamnagar has a tour leader for Jamnagar.

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