Jasdan

Jasdan city is famous for a handicrafted things and also famous for the diamond polishing in the Indian state of Gujarat. Jasdan is the biggest sub district in the Rajkot district. Jasdan city has its own Municipality that is known as "Jasdan Municipality" JMP. This city is important for those whose village doesn't have a market, so jasdan is being the capital for those villagers.

Jasdan

જસદણ
Jasdan
Jasdan is located in Gujarat
Jasdan
Jasdan
Location in Gujarat, India
Jasdan is located in India
Jasdan
Jasdan
Jasdan (India)
Coordinates: 22°02′N 71°12′E / 22.03°N 71.2°ECoordinates: 22°02′N 71°12′E / 22.03°N 71.2°E
CountryIndia
StateGujarat
JASDANRajkot
Government
 • TypeBhartiya Janta Party
 • BodyJMP
Elevation
193 m (633 ft)
Population
(2011)
 • Total101,043 [1]
Languages
 • OfficialGujarati, English language, Hindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registrationGJ
Websitegujaratindia.com

Princely State of Jasdan

Jasdan was a princely state in British India in the Saurashtra region. It was founded before 1665 and ruled by the Kathi Kshatriya dynasty.[2][3]

  • 1806 Vajsur Khachar
  • 1852 - 1919 Ala Chela Khachar Shri Vajdur Oda
  • 11 Jun 1919 – 15 Aug 1947 Darbar Shri Khachar Shri Ala Vajsur (b. 1905)

Geography

Jasdan is located at 22°02′N 71°12′E / 22.03°N 71.2°E.[4] It has an average elevation of 293 metres (1633 feet). Jasdan is the biggest Taluka place in Rajkot district and has 103 villages. Geographically it is the heart of the Mandava Hills from where most of the rivers of Saurashtra region originate and then flow to the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Kutchh and Gulf of Khambhat.

The world-famous Hingolgadh sanctuary is located near Jasdan city[5][6] Hingolgadh Palace located in the sanctuary near Jasdan city's "Jasdan-Ahmedabaad highway".Hingolgadh is now a heritage hotel.[7][8]


Shree Batuk Hanumanji Temple, Shree Gupteshwar Mahadev Temple, Bileshwar Mahadev temple and the sprawling Swaminarayan temple are some of the other religious places in town.[9]

Ancient Ghela Somnath Temple located Easterly in serene environs about 19 km far from Jasdon is very popular.[10]

The Ghela river is also considered sacred by Swaminarayan followers.

Maa Vishvambhari Temple at Lilapur is the famous for Hindu goddess of Karma.[11][12]

Demographics

At the 2001 India census,[13] Jasdan had a population of 80,000. Males constituted 52% of the population and females 48%. Jasdan had an average literacy rate of 67%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy was 74%, and female literacy 60%. 15% of the population were under 6 years of age.

References

  1. ^ "Jasdan Population Census 2011". census2011. census. Retrieved 2 August 2018.
  2. ^ States before 1947 A-J
  3. ^ http://jasdan.in/about-jasdan/history-of-jasdan/
  4. ^ Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Jasdan
  5. ^ http://www.gujarattourism.com/destination/details/12/241
  6. ^ http://www.geerfoundation.gujarat.gov.in/parks_hingo.htm
  7. ^ http://www.heritagehotels.com/heritage-hotels-india/gujarat/Hingolgadh-Palace-Jasdan.htm
  8. ^ http://rajkot.rajkotjoy.com/placesdetail.php?name=hingolgadh-palace&id=25
  9. ^ http://jasdan.in/category/%E0%AA%A7%E0%AA%BE%E0%AA%B0%E0%AB%8D%E0%AA%AE%E0%AA%BF%E0%AA%95-%E0%AA%A4%E0%AA%A5%E0%AA%BE-%E0%AA%AA%E0%AA%B0%E0%AB%8D%E0%AA%AF%E0%AA%9F%E0%AA%A8-%E0%AA%B8%E0%AB%8D%E0%AA%A5%E0%AA%B3%E0%AB%8B/
  10. ^ http://jasdan.in/ghela-somnath-mahadev-mandir-som-pipaliya-jasdan
  11. ^ http://rajkot.rajkotjoy.com/placesdetail.php?name=vishvambhari-dham&id=27
  12. ^ http://jasdan.in/vishvambhari-mata-mandir-lilapur-jasdan/
  13. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 16 June 2004. Retrieved 1 November 2008.
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Ajmer, Gujarat

Ajmer is a village in Jasdan Taluka of Rajkot district in Gujarat, India.

Ambani

Ambani is a surname found in Jain Gujarati people of India.

Ambani family grassroots are from Jasdan, a town near Rajkot, their Kul Devi (ancestor goddess), Phoolbai Maa is worshiped.

Ambani is also a surname in the Luhya tribe of Kenya's western province. The origin of the name is not clear but it is probably a translation of "Harambee" which was a call to unite or come together. "Hambani" in the Maragoli dialect means "unite" or "come together."

The caste belongs to jain religion.

Atkot

Atkot is an area of Jasdan City, Gujarat, India. Atkot Is in west zone of jasdan city. There is a temple dedicated to Goddess Amba in southwest of the Atkot.

Bhadar River

Bhadar River is a river in the Saurashtra peninsula, in the Western Indian state of Gujarat. It flows south from its origin through Jasdan, then turns south-west and generally west until it empties into the Arabian Sea near Porbandar. The total catchment area of the basin is 7,094 square kilometres (2,739 sq mi).It is impounded by two reservoirs, Bhadar-I reservoir with a capacity of 238,000,000 cubic metres (193,000 acre⋅ft), and downstream from that, Bhadar-II reservoir with a capacity of 49,000,000 cubic metres (40,000 acre⋅ft).

Bhadla

Bhadla is a village in Jasdan Taluka of Rajkot district, Gujarat, India. It is about eighteen miles south-east of Rajkot.

Bhadli

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Bharat Boghara

Bharat Boghara was a Member of Legislative assembly from Jasdan constituency in Gujarat for its 12th legislative assembly. He is director of Dhruv Cotton Processing Private Limited, at Jasdan.He is also chairman of All Gujarat Spinning Mill Association.

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Ghela

The River Ghela, is a river that runs through the town of Gadhada in the Indian state of Gujarat.Ghelo river originates from Jasdan hills (Around Fulzar village, Jasdan Taluka) & meets in Arabian sea. Its length is 118 km. & 622 km2. catchment area. Ghelo Somnath & Ghelo Itaria dams are situated on this river having 60 km2. & 104 km2. catchment area respectively.

It is a significant place of pilgrimage for the followers of Swaminarayan as it is said that Swaminarayan himself had taken a bath in this river several times.

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Jasdan State

Jasdan State was a princely state in Saurashtra during the British Raj. Its last ruler signed the accession to the Indian Union on 15 February 1948. The capital of the state was in Jasdan town.

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Lilapur, Rajkot

Lilapur is an area of Jasdan city in North Zone.Lilapur is also called Gayani (new name given by Undabapu the president in Paliyad trust ).Gujarat, India.Lilapur has shown new ways to develop culture. In Lilapur, people have developed gardens in funeral places.

People are very creative and it has more than 5000 population.

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