Ahmedabad District with Taluks -Gujarat District Info

Ahmedabad District with Taluks, Ahmedabad District, Taluks in Ahmedabad District: Ahmedabad was the former capital of Gujarat State and one of the largest city in Gujarat. It is almost the central part of the state in western India as Gujarat is a western state. Ahmedabad has emerged as an economic and industrial hub of India. It is the 2nd largest cotton producer in India. In 2010 when our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji was the chief minister of Gujarat Ahmedabad was listed in Forbes list as one of the fastest growing city of the decade. It was selected as one of the city to be grown as the smart city in India.

Ahmedabad District with Taluks

Ahmedabad district is surrounded by Mehsana and Gandhinagar districts in the north, Kheda and Anand Districts in the east, the Gulf of Khambhat (Gulf of Cambay), Botad and Bhavnagar districts in the south, and Surendranagar district in the west. It has 10 taluks. According to 2011 census, Ahmedabad district was having a population of 70 lakhs around. It has a population density of 983 persons per square kilometer. Ahmedabad has a sex ratio of 903 females for every 1000 males. The literacy rate here is 86.65%.

The Rann of Kutch is around the city due to which threat of desertification is high. But again the Narmada canal helps to resolve this problem as we can get water here the whole year. Sabarmati river flows in Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad has a hot and semi-arid climate. There are many festivals celebrated here with a lot of enthusiasm. People celebrate Garba, Durga Pooja, Kite festival around 14th of January every year, etc. Transportation system is awesome here. You can get all means of transport here. You can get the railway, metro, airways, waterways, etc. here. The education system is also awesome as we already told about the literacy rate here.

Taluks in Ahmedabad District

Ahmedabad City Sanand Bavla
Daskroi Detroj-Rampura Dhandhuka
Dholka Mandal Viramgam

Ahmedabad District with Taluks

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