Umarpada is a village located in Surat district, Gujarat, western India.

It is also a railway station under Western Railway zone of Indian Railways. Station code is UMPD.

It as also the seat of Umarpada taluka in Surat district.

Umarpada is located in Gujarat
Location in Gujarat, India
Umarpada is located in India
Umarpada (India)
Coordinates: 21°27′N 73°30′E / 21.450°N 73.500°ECoordinates: 21°27′N 73°30′E / 21.450°N 73.500°E
Country India
 • OfficialGujarati, Hindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code91261-XXX-XXXX
Vehicle registrationGJ
Lok Sabha constituencySurat
Ganpatsinh Vestabhai Vasava

Ganpatsinh Vestabhai Vasava is a politician and cabinet minister in Government of Gujarat. He was a speaker of Gujarat Legislative Assembly in India from 2014 to 2016. He is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party.

Kutch Gurjar Kshatriyas contributions to the Indian railways

The Kutch Gurjar Kshatriyas (KGK) contributions to the Indian railways were widespread from the late 1850s to the latest reorganization of the Indian Railways infrastructure in 2003–2006. The community also widely known as Mistris of Kutch (or Mistry) migrated from Kutch to perform the work and were involved in the laying down of railway tracks and construction of rail bridges in almost all railway routes of undivided British India.

List of districts of Gujarat

The western Indian state of Gujarat has 33 districts after several splits of the original 17 districts at the formation of the state in 1960.

Kutch is the largest district of Gujarat while Dang is the smallest. Ahmedabad district has the highest population while Dang has the lowest. Surat is the most densely populated district while Kutch is the least.

There are 250 Talukas (subdivisions of districts) in Gujarat.

Mangrol (Vidhan Sabha constituency in Surat)

For namesakes, see MangrolMangrol assembly constituency (માંગરોળ વિધાનસભા બેઠક) is one of the 182 assembly constituencies of Gujarat. It is located in Surat district. This seat is reserved for members of Scheduled Tribes.

Project Unigauge

Project Unigauge, started in early 1990s, is an ongoing effort by Indian Railways to convert all rail gauges in India to 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in) broad gauge.

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