Bhal region

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Bhāl region (Hindi: भाल प्रदेश) is spread across political boundaries of two districts of the Indian state of Gujarat,Which Is Also Known As The Land Of Chudasamas. namely Bhavnagar district (Gujarati: ભાવનગર) and Ahmedabad district (Gujarati: અમદાવાદ). The word Bhaal (Gujarati: ભાલ) (Hindi: भाल) seems to have been derived from the Sanskrit word भाल which means forehead. Such a name is given to this region probably because it is mostly as flat as a forehead with almost entire region's soil without any stones, pebbles or gravel.

Rivers flowing through Bhal region[edit]

Bhaadar[edit]

Gautami[edit]

Ghelo[edit]

Ghelo River starts near Babra in Amreli district and meets Gulf of Cambay in Bhal Region of Gujarat State.

Kalubhar[edit]

Kalubhar River starts near Dhasa in Bhavnagar district and meets Gulf of Cambay in Bhal Region of Gujarat State.

Lika[edit]

Limdi no Bhogavo[edit]

Meshvo[edit]

Ootavali[edit]

Rangholi (merges in Kalubhar before reaching Bhal )[edit]

Sabarmati[edit]

Surendranagar no Bhogavo[edit]

Vatrak (merges in Sabarmati)[edit]

Diversity of Bhal region[edit]

Wildlife and birds[edit]

Archiological and historical sites[edit]

Gamph was the small state of India, Ruled by chudasama Rajputs, There are 52 Estates of Chudasama Rajputs in Dhandhuka area which all are the Bhayads of Gamph state . This Rajputs are belongs to old Rah Dynasty of Junagadh.

Pilgrimage sites[edit]

  • Gorasu - Chudasama Rajput's Sahayak Devi Khodiyar Mataji Temple
  • Bhadiyad - Chudasama Rajputs Kuldevi Bhavani Mataji Temple
  • Arnej - Bootbhawani Mataji temple
  • Bawaliyali - Radha-Krishna temple
  • Dholka - Kalikund tirth Jain Temple
  • Ganpatipura - Swayambhu Ganpati Idol & temple + Swaminarayan Mandir
  • Nani Boru - Lord Shiva Temple built by Prashnora Nagar Brahmin community

Famous fairs[edit]

  • Vautha

Notable Rulers[edit]

Chudasama Rajput was notable rulers of Bhal, they were came here from Junagadh

New projects coming in Bhal region[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]