Gujarat - Sub-divisions

Sub-divisions

Main article: Districts of Gujarat

On 1960-05-01, Gujarat was created out of the 17 northern districts of former State of Bombay. These districts were further subdivided later on. There are 26 administrative districts in the state (as of 2007). Vallabhbhai Patel was independent India's first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister; played a key role in political integration of India, and was conferred with a posthumous Bharat Ratna award in 1991.

Largest cities or towns of Gujarat
2011 Census
Rank City name District Pop.


1 Ahmedabad Ahmedabad 6,352,254
2 Surat Surat 4,462,002
3 Vadodara Vadodara 2,100,000
4 Rajkot Rajkot 2,000,000
5 Bhavnagar Bhavnagar 6,00,000
6 Jamnagar Jamnagar 5,00,000
7 Surendranagar city Surendranagar 397,000
8 Anand, Gujarat Anand district 300,462
9 Junagadh Junagadh 285,000
10 Gandhinagar Gandhinagar 195,985

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