- Sangli – Ahmedabad
- Sangli – Vadodara
- Sangli – Surat
- Sangli – Rajkot
- Sangli – Morbi
- Sangli – Silvassa
- Sangli – Gandhidham
- Sangli – Mithapur
- Sangli – Mahesana
- Sangli – Hajira
- Sangli – Daman
History of Gujarat
Gujarat is one of the most colourful and lively states of India. It is the fastest growing state. The means to guarantee development is a good transportation network. The Top-notch and outstanding roads and highways have made sure and acted as implements for the speedy development of Gujarat which is the foremost industrialized state in the country.
The total length of the roads of Gujarat is around 104564 km. The interesting fact about Gujarat is that the percentage of roads as state highways is significantly higher than Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. What is even more interesting is that whereas all India average of road density is 126 km per lakh of population, the road density in Gujarat is higher standing at 146 km per lakh population. The most unique thing about this state is that it has always bought novelty in governance. The credit of improvement in the infrastructure of Gujarat goes to a number of amazing schemes launched by the Gujarat government. The transportation facility is very good in Gujarat as the road of this state are amongst the best in India. Roads are the backbone of state transportation. Various bus service for different purposes offered in the state can be looked into and found here.
Gujarat is a habitat to 13 national highways having an overall distance of 3245 km and more than 300 state highways and extent of 19,761 km taken as a whole.
Ahmedabad is the judicial capital of Gujarat state and inhabits Gujarat high court. It is the fifth largest city of Gujarat and has a dense population. Ahmedabad is considered the seventh largest metropolitan area of India. A large number of textile industries can be seen in Ahmedabad. This city has a rich cultural heritage and is well known for celebrating various religious festivals and events.
Vadodara was identified as Baroda city and is considered as one of the most populated regions in Gujarat after Ahmedabad and Surat. Many industries such as petrochemicals, plastics, engineering and forex can be seen that proves that the city has a rich economy. This city not only has developed basic amenities sites but even various eating outlets, staying places, attraction landmarks and some religious temples. This safe city also contains various transiting services such as local and private buses, auto rickshaws, cabs and taxis.
Surat is the diamond and textiles hub of India that has actually supported many multinational companies. Here, one will find numerous diamonds cutting as well as jewellery markets. This city was initially settled by Parsis in the 12th century and then later it became the Mughal port.
Rajkot is the most vibrant city in Gujarat. This city is intimately related to the socio-political life of India. Even it is considered as a significant centre of the country where non-violence was practised. Rajkot also inhabits several knowledge centres and fascinating buildings. It consists of a famous centre known as Arya Samaj. This multicultural land has dense population has a dense population that belongs to different region and customers. During the British rule, Rajkot was used to be the headquarters and later on, after independence it became an independent city.
Morbi is also known as Morvi. It is located in the Saurashtra region of India. The name of the city literally means the city of peacocks. The town of Morbi is famous for its colourful history and rich cultural heritage. This area was initially the part of Kutch.
Silvassa is the capital of Dadra and the Nagar Haveli. It was originally ruled by the Kohli tribes. Later it was conquered by Rajputs and Marathas and then Portuguese started ruling it. Until the end of 19th century, Silvassa was only a small village. With India’s independence in 1947, the local people and tribes yearned for freedom and finally, in 1961, Silvassa and the entire territory came under the rule of the Republic of India.
Mithapur is a census town situated in the Jamnagar District of Gujarat. This town lies at an elevation of 7m above the sea level. The town of Mithapur has a twin named Surajkaradi, which is mainly a trade town. One of the most popular features of this town that attracts a large number of tourists is the seashore beach. This ton also celebrates many Gujarati festivals that occur throughout the year.
Mehsana was established by Mehsaji Chavda, a rajout and an heir of Chavda dynasty. Gaekwads conquered Baroda and established Baroda state. They expanded their rule in north Gujarat and established Patan as its administrative headquarters. The city is now used as a district code. Baroda state was merged with India after Independence in 1947. It was included in Bombay state. Later became the party of Gujarat in 1960 after the partition of Bombay state into Gujarat and Maharashtra. Now Mehsana is the standalone district in north Gujarat.
Hajira, The previous name for the Hajira city was Nawargarh , a name which can be literally translated to mean New City. The Bohra Hajira in Jamnagar in Gujarat, India is one such monument, which can add pleasure to your visit to Jamnagar.
Daman, The coastal city of Daman has a rich and diverse history. Daman and Diu were a part of Portuguese India for over 450 years.