[goo j-uh-raht, goo-juh-]
- a region in W India, N of the Narmada River.
- a state in W India, on the Arabian Sea. 75,685 sq. mi. (196,024 sq. km). Capital: Gandhinagar.
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A week after “donating” several old shirts, I was in a tiny Gujarat village called Vamka with a relief team.
I've seen fluorescent pants that women in Gujarat who wear only saris stare bemusedly at.
After the 2001 quake in Gujarat, I spent a week working there and losing count of the piles of discarded old clothes.
The BJP and friends have enough that taints them, in the killings in Mumbai in 1992–93 and Gujarat in 2002.
Like now, when the state of Gujarat is gearing up to vote in December.
In Sind, Gujarat and other parts of western India it is called a choli.
It is drawn on the shaven heads of children on the marriage day in Gujarat.The Swastika</p>
Where living is cheaper than in Gujarat, they can be adjusted accordingly.The Wheel of Fortune
Ahmednagar and Gujarat also became the seats of a new kingdom.
Gujarat gives its name to the vernacular of northern Bombay, viz.
- a state of W India: formed in 1960 from the N and W parts of the former Bombay State; one of India's most industrialized states. Capital: Gandhinagar. Pop: 50 596 992 (2001). Area: 196 024 sq km (75 268 sq miles)
- a region of W India, north of the Narmada River: generally includes the areas north of Mumbai city where Gujarati is spoken
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