places to visit in amreli
Amreli The first Chief Minister of Gujarat Dr. Jivraj Mehta’s birth place Amjreli under the jurisdiction of Sayajirao Gaekwad III. Kg. M. Total Population: 15,13,614 3 Gender Proportion: 964 (Female per 1000 males) 3 Population Density: 205 (per 1 sq. Km.) Total Literacy Rate: 74.49% (I. Matte Ati 11 Talukas of Amreli District Jafarabad, Savarkundla, Bagasara Amreli district is known as 3 Amrili district Lathi Suratani Wadi is the birthplace and karmabhoomi of the sweet Morlona Ko Kalapi (Surasinhji Gohil). 3 Jafrabad of Amreli district is known for fisheries as well as Jafrabad Bhere. 3 At Savarkundla in Amreli district, a scale of thorns has developed.
The first private port to operate is Pipavav Port (back Albert Victor) located in Amreli district. Kantilal Vora who is known as K.Lal Jadugar, he was related to Bagasara. And applied compulsory education.
Amreli is the district headquarters. E. Q. Archaeological remains of 3000 BC have been found here. The tomb of Mahatma Muldas is here. The Nagnath Temple, Srinathji’s Haveli, Girdharlal Mehta Museum are worth visiting. Oil mills are located here.
Lathi is the karma bhoomi and birthplace of the poet Kalapi. The Hanuman Temple here is famous.
Sarvakundla Famous for making ‘Trajwan’ and ‘Bat’ for weighing.
The old name of Pipavav was ‘Port Albert Victor’. The name ‘Pipavav’ is derived from the name of Saint Pipa. E. Q. Launched in 1998, Pipavav is the fastest growing privately owned port in Gujarat. Pipavav.
Jafrabad is a well known port of Amreli district. The Sidi people from Africa have lived here for many years. His ‘Dhamal Nritya’ is well known.
This is the birthplace of Mani Shankar Ratnaji Bhatt ‘Kant’, the creator of Urmi poetry.
Khodiyar’s mother’s place is famous.