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Panchmahals District

Panchmahals is the easternmost district of Gujarat. It covers an area of 8,866 sq km. Population is over 2 million. Godhra is the district headquarters. Rice, maize, and pulses are cultivated. Panchmahals has a large tribal population, mainly Bhils.

Pavagadh, a hill town with the remains of several forts and palaces is an important town. Navratri, celebrated in September-October, is the main festival. The famous fair in honor of Goddess Mahakali is held in March/April. Malav, Tuva, Kakachia, Kadana, Devgad Baria are the main attractions.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Panchmahals

Archeological Sites (1) Forts (1) Temples (1)
Bus Stations (7) Historical Monuments (4) Trains and Railway Stations (6)
Camps and Farmhouses (1) Jain Temples (1) Villages (7)
Cities and Towns (9) Mosques (2) Wildlife Sanctuaries (2)
Fairs and Festivals (1) Sacred Places (1)


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