Kerwada

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Kerwada
Kerwad
village
Kerwada is located in Gujarat
Kerwada
Kerwada
Location in Gujarat, India
Coordinates: 21°54′0″N 72°51′0″E / 21.90000°N 72.85000°E / 21.90000; 72.85000Coordinates: 21°54′0″N 72°51′0″E / 21.90000°N 72.85000°E / 21.90000; 72.85000
Country  India
State Gujarat
District Bharuch
Population
 • Total 5,000
Languages
 • Official Gujarati, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 392025
Telephone code 02641
Vehicle registration GJ16
Nearest city Bharuch
Literacy 55%
Lok Sabha constituency Bharuch
Vidhan Sabha constituency Jambusar

Kerwada is a small village in Gujarat, India. The village's population is mainly Muslim and Hindu and Jain. The second speaker of Gujarat State was from the village named Shree Mansinhji Bhasaheb Rana. In encient days the monarch established by Rajput Rana worriers of Vanthali of Junagarh. Later on they are converted to Muslim. Till date there remarkable presence of there in the village.