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Wednesday, 7 August 2019

List of Villages in Junagadh, Gujarat

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Junagadh About this soundpronunciation is the headquarters of Junagadh district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Located at the foot of the Girnar hills, 355 km southwest of the state capitals Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad, it is the 7th largest city in the state.

Literally translated, Junagadh means "Old Fort". A different etymology derives the name from "Yonagadh" (literally, "City of the Yona (Greeks)", referring to the ancient inhabitants of the city under the Indo-Greek Kingdom). It is also known as "Sorath", the name of the princely state of Junagadh.

After a brief struggle between India and Pakistan, Junagadh joined India on November 9, 1947. It was a part of Saurashtra state and later Bombay state. In 1960, in consequence of the Maha Gujarat movement, it became part of the newly formed Gujarat state.


An early structure, Uparkot Fort, is located on a plateau in the middle of town. It was originally built in 319 BCE during the Mauryan dynasty by Chandragupta. The fort remained in use until the 6th century, when it was abandoned for about 300 years, then rediscovered by the Chudasama ruler Graharipu in 976 CE.The fort was subsequently besieged 16 times over an 1000-year period. One unsuccessful siege lasted twelve years.

Within 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) of Uparkot Fort is an inscription with fourteen Edicts of Ashoka on a large boulder. The inscriptions are in Brahmi script in a language similar to Pali and date from 250 BCE. On the same rock there is a later inscription in Sanskrit, which was added around 150 CE by Mahakshatrap Rudradaman I, the Saka (Scythian) ruler of Malwa, and a member of the Western Kshatrapas dynasty,[6] and which has been described as "the earliest known Sanskrit inscription of any extent". Another inscription dates from about 450 CE and refers to Skandagupta, the last Gupta emperor. Old rock-cut Buddhist caves in this area, dating from well before 500 CE, have stone carvings and floral work. There are also the Khapra Kodia Caves north of the fort, and the Bava Pyara Caves south of the fort. The Bava Pyara caves contain artworks of both Buddhism and Jainism.

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List of Villages in Junagadh, Gujarat


  1. Ambaliya
  2. Bantwa
  3. Bhalechda
  4. Bhalgam
  5. Bhindora
  6. Bhitana
  7. Bodka
  8. Buri
  9. Chikhlodra
  10. Chudva
  11. Dadva
  12. Dagad
  13. Deshinga
  14. Eklera
  15. Galvav
  16. Gana
  17. Indra
  18. Jambuda
  19. Jilana
  20. Katakpara
  21. Khadiya
  22. Khakhavi
  23. Kodvav
  24. Kothadi
  25. Kothariya
  26. Koylana
  27. Limbuda
  28. Manavadar
  29. Mandodra
  30. Marmath
  31. Matiana
  32. Mitadi
  33. Nakra
  34. Nanadiya
  35. Nandarkha
  36. Padardi
  37. Pajod
  38. Piplana
  39. Rafala
  40. Ronki
  41. Samega
  42. Sanosra
  43. Saradiya
  44. Sarang pipli
  45. Sardargadh
  46. Sherdi
  47. Sitana
  48. Sultanabad
  49. Thaniyana
  50. Thapala
  51. Untadi
  52. Vada
  53. Vadala
  54. Vadasda
  55. Vekri
  56. Velva
  57. Zinzri
  58. Akha
  59. Balot
  60. Bandhda
  61. Bantiya
  62. Barwala
  63. Bhatiya
  64. Bodka
  65. Dhandhusar
  66. Dhanfuliya
  67. Dungri
  68. Gadoi
  69. Ganthila
  70. Ghantiya
  71. Ghudvadar
  72. Kajaliya Mota
  73. Kajaliya Nana
  74. Kanjha
  75. Kanjhadi
  76. Khokharda
  77. Khorasa
  78. Khumbhdi
  79. Koyli
  80. Lushala
  81. Luvarsar
  82. Mahobatpur
  83. Meghpur
  84. Nagadiya
  85. Nandarkhi (Ranijividi)
  86. Naredi
  87. Navada
  88. Navlakhi
  89. Ravni
  90. Raypur
  91. Santalpur
  92. Selra
  93. Sendarda
  94. Shapur
  95. Sonardi
  96. Sukhpur
  97. Thanapipli
  98. Tikar-padardi
  99. Tinmas
  100. Umatwada
  101. Vadla
  102. Vanthali
  103. Vaspada
  104. Zampodad
  105. Ambaliya
  106. Anandpur
  107. Avatadiya Mota
  108. Avatadiya Nana
  109. Badalpur
  110. Bagdu
  111. Baliyavad
  112. Bamangam
  113. Bandhala
  114. Bela
  115. Bhalgam
  116. Bhavnath
  117. Bhiyal
  118. Bilkha
  119. Bordevi
  120. Chobari
  121. Choki
  122. Chokli
  123. Chorvadi
  124. Datar Hills
  125. Dervan
  126. Dolatpara(Part)
  127. Dungar Thana
  128. Dungarpur
  129. Galiyavada
  130. Girnar Hills
  131. Goladhar
  132. Hasnapur
  133. Indreshvar
  134. Intala
  135. Isapur
  136. Ivnagar
  137. Jambudi
  138. Jamka
  139. Jhalansar
  140. Jhanjharda
  141. Joshipura
  142. Junagadh
  143. Kathrota
  144. Kerala
  145. Khadiya
  146. Khalilpur
  147. Khamdhrol (Part)
  148. Limbdi Dhar
  149. Majevdi
  150. Makhiyala
  151. Mandanpara
  152. Mandlikpur
  153. Mevasa Kamribaina
  154. Mevasa Khadiya
  155. Nava Pipaliya
  156. Navagam
  157. Padariya
  158. Palasva
  159. Patapur
  160. Patrapsar
  161. Prabhatpur
  162. Rameshvar
  163. Ramnath
  164. Rupavati
  165. Sagdividi
  166. Salatha
  167. Sankhdavadar
  168. Saragvada
  169. Semrala
  170. Sodvadar
  171. Sukhpur
  172. Taliyadhar
  173. Thumbala
  174. Toraniya
  175. Umrala
  176. Vadal
  177. Vadasimdi
  178. Vadhavi
  179. Vanandiya
  180. Vijapur
  181. Virpur
  182. Bamangadh
  183. Barwala
  184. Bhatgam
  185. Bhesan
  186. Chanaka
  187. Chhodvadi
  188. Chuda
  189. Damrala
  190. Dholwa
  191. Dudhala
  192. Galath
  193. Gorakhpur
  194. Gorviyali
  195. Hadmatiya Khajuri
  196. Hadmatiya Khakhra
  197. Hadmatiya Vishal
  198. Juni Dhari Gundali
  199. Kala Gadba
  200. Kariya

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