- he western Indian province of Gujarat has 33 jillao after a few parts of the first 17 jillao at the development of the state in 1960.
- Kutch is the biggest locale of Gujarat while Dang is the littlest. Ahmedabad is the most populated region while Kutch is the least.
- There are 252 Talukas (developments of jillao) in Gujarat.
- History Of Gujarat jillao
- Gujarat state was made on 1 May 1960, out of the 17 northern jillao of Bombay State when that was part on a phonetic premise (additionally making Marathi speaking Maharashtra).
- They are as follow : Ahmedabad, Amreli, Banaskantha, Bharuch, Bhavnagar, Dang, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Kheda, Kachchh, Mehsana, Panchmahal, Rajkot, Sabarkantha, Surat, Surendranagar and Vadodara.
- In 1964, Gandhinagar was shaped from parts of Ahmedabad and Mehsana.
- In 1966, Valsad was part from Surat.
- On 2 October 1997, five new jillao were made:
- Anand was part from Kheda.
- Dahod was part from Panchmahal.
- Narmada was part from Bharuch and parts of Vadodara.
- Navsari was part from Valsad.
- Porbandar was part from Junagadh.
- In 2000, Patan District was framed from parts of Banaskantha and Mehsana.
- On 2 October 2007, Tapi was part from Surat, as the state’s 26th region.
- On 15 August 2013, seven new jillao were made:
- Aravalli was part from Sabarkantha.
- Botad was made from parts of Ahmedabad and Bhavanagar jillao.
- Chhota Udaipur was part from Vadodara District.
- Devbhoomi Dwarka was part from Jamnagar.
- Mahisagar was made from parts of Kheda and Panchmahal.
- Morbi was made from parts of Rajkot, Surendranagar and Jamnagar jillao.
- Gir Somnath was part from Junagadh
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