Gujarat Pincodes

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Pincodes of Gujarat

Gujarat, a state with diverse Gujarat Pincodes, stands out in western India. Renowned for its rich cultural heritage, it’s the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. The state boasts a vibrant textile industry, historical landmarks, and the scenic beauty of its coastline. Gujarat’s cuisine, known for its unique flavors, and the colorful celebration of festivals like Navratri and Diwali, add to its allure. With a robust economy, the state is a hub for business and tourism, attracting visitors from all over the world. Its diverse landscape, from the Rann of Kutch to the hills of Saputara, offers a unique experience to every traveler.

Gujarat Pincodes

Here is a list of Gujarat Pincodes

8Gandhi NagarGujarat
16Panch MahalsGujarat
22Surendra NagarGujarat

About Gujarat

Gujarat is a state in India’s west coast region. Its 1,600 km (990 mi) of coastline, the most of which is located on the Kathiawar peninsula, makes it the longest in the nation. Gujarat is the ninth most populous state in India with 60.4 million people living there, while it ranks fifth in terms of area, covering over 196,024 square kilometre.

Rajasthan borders it on the northeast, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Maharashtra borders it on the southeast, Madhya Pradesh borders it on the east, the Arabian Sea borders it on the west, and the Pakistani state of Sindh borders it on the east. Gujarat’s largest city is Ahmedabad, while Gandhinagar serves as the state capital. Gujarati is the official language of the state and is spoken by the indigenous Gujaratis.


Gujarat is bordered on the northwest by the districts of Tharparkar, Badin, and Thatta in Pakistan’s Sindh province; on the southwest is the Arabian Sea; on the northeast is the state of Rajasthan; on the east is Madhya Pradesh; and on the south is Maharashtra, the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and Daman and Diu. Anarta was the name given to the north in the past, “Saurastra” to the Kathiawar peninsula, and “Lata” to the south.

Gujarat was also referred to as Varuna and Pratichya. The western shore of the state is formed by the Arabian Sea. Gandhinagar, the capital, is a planned city. With an area of 75,686 square miles and a 1,600 km coastline—which accounts for 24% of India’s sea coast—Gujarat is home to 41 ports, including one large, 11 intermediate, and 29 minor ones.


As to the 2011 census data, Gujarat has a population of 60,439,692 (31,491,260 males and 28,948,432 females). Compared to other Indian states, the population density is lower here, at 308 people per square kilometre. The state has one of the lowest sex ratios (ranked 24) out of 29 Indian states, with 918 females for every 1000 males, according to the 2011 census. The bulk of people in Gujarat are Gujarati speakers, but there are many different ethnic and linguistic groups living in the cosmopolitan cities of Ahmedabad, Vadodara, and Surat.


Gujarati enterprises significantly contributed to the growth of Karachi and Mumbai’s economies during the British Raj. The state’s main agricultural products include cotton, dates, sugar cane, groundnuts (peanuts), milk, and milk derivatives. Products used in industry include cement and fuel. Gujarat has the top spot in India’s pharmaceutical industry, accounting for 28% of medication exports and 33% of drug manufacture. There are 130 USFDA-approved drug manufacturing facilities in the state. Given the large number of established pharmaceutical enterprises, both large and small, in Ahmedabad and Vadodara, both cities are regarded as pharmaceutical hubs.


What is Gujarat famous for?

Gujarat's 1600 km of vibrant coastline runs into the Arabian Sea, tinged with a touch of desert. Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, was born and raised in this state. It is well known for its historic capital cities, beaches, and temple towns. Gujarat is endowed with wildlife sanctuaries, highland getaways, and breathtaking scenery.

What is Gujarat old name?

Long before the Mughal era, parts of present-day Rajasthan and Gujarat were referred to as Gurjarat or Gurjarabhumi.

What is Gujrat capital?

Gujarat's capital is Gandhinagar. Ahmedabad is almost 23 kilometres away from Gandhinagar.

What is Gujarat famous food?

When we think about Gujarati cuisine, the first things that come to mind are Dhokla, Khakra, and Undhiyu.

Which language is spoken in Gujarat?

The Indian constitution recognises Gujarati as an official language, and about 46 million people speak it. The majority of them live in the Indian state of Gujarat, although there are sizable diaspora communities all over the world, particularly in the US and the UK.