Jamnagar Market Yard is a very beautiful market yard located in the south in Gujarat. Many products are purchased at Jamnagar Market Yard. Many crops like millet, sorghum, wheat, maize, groundnut are auctioned in Jamnagar Market Yard.
Jamnagar is an important city in Saurashtra region in the state of Gujarat in the western part of India. The city is located on the northern border of Saurashtra. Jamnagar is one of the next four major cities in Gujarat. Jamnagar is the administrative headquarters of Jamnagar district as well as Jamnagar taluka. The city is administered by Jamnagar Municipal Corporation.
Jamnagar Market yard, Jamnagar Market Yard bhav, જામનગર માર્કેટ યાર્ડ, જામનગર ગંજ બજાર ભાવ, jamnagar APMC bhav, jamnagar bajar bhav
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Most of the residents of Jamnagar are Gujarati and speak Gujarati language. A small part of the population speaks Kutchi language, which is written in Gujarati script. The Kathiawadi dialect is used for daily communication.
India’s only maritime national park and sanctuary, near Jamnagar, is located on Piroton Bat. Jamnagar is known for its four marble Jain temples: the temple of Vardhman Shah, the temple of Raisi Shah, the temple of Seth and the temple of Vasupujya Swami; Which were built between 18 and 19.
Country – India
State – Gujarat ( saurastra area)
District – Jamnagar
Pin code – 361001008
Vehicle registration – Gj10
Jamnagar was a princely state of Saurashtra known as Nawanagar before independence. Jamnagar was established by Jam Rawal. Historians believe that it happened on the banks of the rivers Rangmati and Nagmati in 190 AD. The Kshatriyas of the Jadeja dynasty from Kutch crossed the small desert from the coast of Kutch and came with an army, defeating the Rajputs of the Jethwa, Deda, Chavda and Vadher branches and establishing the state of Nawanagar. Saurashtra was one of the most important and largest princely states of Jadeja in the region.
According to historical reports, Bahadur Shah, Emperor of Gujarat, was given twelve villages to Jam Lamaji to recognize his role in the siege of Pavagadh. However, after taking possession of the villages, he was killed by his cousins Tamachi Deda and Jam Hamirji Jadeja. His son Jam Rawal assassinated his father’s assassins and became the ruler of Kutch. Hamirji’s two sons Kengarji and Sahibji fled to Delhi under the protection of Mughal Emperor Humayun. During the lion’s hunt, the two brothers rescued the emperor wounded by the lion and, as a reward for their bravery, sent troops to retake their kingdom. When Jam Shri Rawalji heard the two princes returning to Kutch with the royal army, he prepared for battle.