GONDAL CITY HISTORY :- INFORMATION ABOUT GONDAL CITY PLACES
Gondal is a city and a municipality in the Rajkot District of the Indian State of Gujarat. In British India, Gondal state was one of the eight first-class impressive states of Kathiawar Agency, Bombay Presidency in British India. Rule by Hindu Rajput dynasty of the Jadeja Family. The capital of the state was Gondal town. In 2011 the population of the Gondal city was 1,13,000 approximately.
People staying in the Gondal is consider to be the most spiritual people out of the part of Saurashtra. Temple in Gondal include Akshar Mandir and Deri, Shri Trikamrayji Haveli, Shri Madanmohanji ni Haveli, Shri Ramji Mandir, Bhunevshwari Mandir, Ashapura Mata, Sureshwar Mahadev, Dhareshwar Mahadev, Kashi Vishwanath Mahadev and the massive Ambey Dham Temple. There is also Pushtimargiya Haveli and Swaminarayan Temple in the centre of the city.
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The total population of Gondal City as per the last census was 1,13,000 approx. The average literacy rate is 84.3% much higher than the National average of 59%. Consequently, Gondal has a history of art and literature. The birthplace of poets, singers and artists like Pankaj Udhas, Manhar Udhas, Nirmal Udhas, etc. By Champaklal Vyas, the first dictionary was written with the financial support of Sir Bhagvatsinghiji Maharaja.
With 300-500 oil mills, Gondal is the largest producer of Ground Nut in Gujarat. The largest factors in the economy of Gondal are oil mills and marketing yards. Farming is important in the outskirts of Gondal despite a shortage of water. Businessmen of Gondal involve in Jewellery design, timber trading and hardware manufacturer. Similarly, In Gondal, there are two markets for the commodities famous as Nani Bazaar and Moti Bazaar. In Gondal, there are many places to roam around. Many Bollywood films are being shot at Gondal.
Likewise, There were even Mahal of king and they use to stay their in Mahal. Similarly, The main Business areas in Gondal include Town Hall, Gundala Street, Nani Bazaar, Moti Bazaar, Kadiyalane, Bus Stand Road and Kumbharwada.