Basic Information About Gujarat
Gujarat is one of India's most industrialized states in western India. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the West. It has the longest coast line 1600 km. Gujarat had dotted with 41 ports; 1 major, 11 intermediate and 29 minor ports. Gujarat spans an area of 1,96,024 Km and the population is over 5,05,97,000. The state capital is Gandhinagar. Gujarat has two official languages: Gujarati, which is derived from Sanskrit, and Hindi. The important rivers of the state are Tapti, Narmada, Sabarmati and Mahi.
The following map described about the Ports name and Location in gujarat.
Gujarat state Position on the Earth
Our Gujarat state is positioned on the earth between 20° 6' N to 24° 42' N latitude and 68° 10' E to 74° 28' E longitude.
Gujarat state Borders
Gujarat is the western most state in India, The State has an international boundary with the Pakistan at the north - western. And rajasthan state in the north east, Madhya Pradesh in the east, and Maharashtra and the Union Territories of Daman, Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli in the south side.
Different Seasons in Gujarat
The land relief in Gujarat is low in most parts of the state, resulting in a great diversity in the climate of Gujarat India. In Gujarat, a year can be roughly divided into the winter season (November to February), summer season (March to May), southwest monsoon season (June to September), and the intervening month of October.
Average Rainfalls status in Gujarat
Gujarat experiences an average rainfall of around between 33cm to 152cm. The southern parts of the state receive average rainfall between 76cm and 152 cm. The Dang district having the highest average of rainfall around 190 cm. In the northern parts of Gujarat, average rainfall ranges between 51cms to 102 cm. The southern highlands of Saurashtra and the Gulf of Cambay receives about 63 cms of rainfall, while other parts of Saurashtra receive rainfall less than 63 cm. The semi-desert Kutch area in Gujarat experiences a very low average rainfall. Some areas in Ahmedabad, Mehsana, Banaskantha, Panchmahals, Surendranagar, Jamnagar and Kutch districts face chronic shortage of water because of very low rains. These factors account for the wide diversity in the climate of Gujarat.
Weathers in Gujarat
Through the months of March to June, the weather remains hot. From November to February, the climate gets extremely dry atmosphere, and the cold northerly winds results in a mild chill in January. The southwest monsoon ensures that the city experiences a humid climate from mid-June to mid-September. .