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Thursday, 23 May 2013

History Banaskantha ( Guajrat )

Chaurasi  Samaj Kadva Patidar 
History Banaskantha ( Guajrat )
Banaskantha

Banaskantha
Banaskantha district is made up of the region situated on the banks of the river Banas. The region is spread on 23-33 to 24-45 north latitude and 71-03 to 73-02 east longitudes. In this way, it is located in the north western part of Gujarat. Marwad and Sirohi provinces of Rajasthan State are situated on the north of the district. Sabarkantha district on the east, Mehsana district on the south and Patan is situated on the west of the district. Adjoining to the desert is the border of Pakistan.

Banaskantha district has strategic importance when its borders are considered. Being a border district of Gujarat state the issues of this district are important from the military point of view and so demand attention. The area of Banaskantha district is 19,757 Sq. Kms. The maximum length of the district is 200 KMs. and the width is 122 KMs. The district is consisted of 12 talukas.

Originally there were 11 talukas in this district at the time of reconstitution of the districts of which Radhanpur and Santalpur talukas were included in newly constituted Patan district. Out of remaining nine talukas, Palanpur, Dhanera and Deodar talukas were reconstituted and three new talukas vig Amirgadh, Dantiwada and Bhabhar were constituted. Mamlatdar offices in all the three new talukas have become operational.

According to census of 2001, was total population of the district 25,02,843 and total villages were 1,248 in the district.
Banas and Sipu are the longest rivers in the district. Dams are constructed on both these rivers. Moreover Sipu and Balaram are their tributaries. Arjuni River which is revered for Hindus emerges from Danta and Ambaji hills and meets Saraswati River at Moriya village of Vadgam taluka and is know as Saraswati River.
Dantiwada dam on Banas River, Sipu dam on Sipu River and Mukteshwar dam on Saraswati River have been constructed. Banas and Sipu rivers become one at Bhadath village of Disa taluka and meets in Banas River. Two types of climate exist in the district area. Hot and dry. It is terribly hot in the summers and terribly cold in the winters. Part of the Aravali hills in the eastern part of the district are jungles of the district and it includes some parts of the Palanpur and Danta districts.

Palanpur is the head quarter of the district. The collector and district magistrate at the district level and deputy collector and sub- divisional magistrate at the regional level and revenue officer and executive magistrate on the block level serve as the officers on the duty. Apart from the activities related to revenue, revenue department of the district keeps a strict watch over the law and order in the district and also the activities to fully manage and maintain it before hand. Apart from this it manages the activities of general elections of the legislative assembly and house of parliament, elections of District – Taluka Panchayat, elections of Gram – Panchayat, election activities of municipality and Nagar – Panchayat and joint activities of the co – operative societies.

It also manages important activities like preparing the voters list for the elections, giving identity cards to the voters, small savings, public distribution system of civil supplies, activities of relief in natural contingencies like draught relief and flood relief, mid – day meal program, census, activities related to land reforms, activities of providing identity cards to the citizens of the border regions, providing financial help to the old, deprived and disabled people. There is a planning committee at the district level. The district planning officer serves as the officer on duty. Development activities are carried out in the district by the planning committee. According to census of 2001, was total population of the district 25,02,843 and total villages were 1,248 in the district.
Source :- http://www.nri.gujarat.gov.in





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