Amodra

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Amodra
અમોદરા
village
Amodra is located in Gujarat
Amodra
Amodra
Amodra is located in India
Amodra
Amodra
Location in Gujarat, India
Coordinates: 20°49′N 71°03′E / 20.81°N 71.05°E / 20.81; 71.05Coordinates: 20°49′N 71°03′E / 20.81°N 71.05°E / 20.81; 71.05
Country  India
State Gujarat
District Gir somnath
Population
 • Total 5,230
Languages
 • Official Gujarati, Hindi, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 362560
Vehicle registration GJ
Nearest city Una, Gujarat
Website gujaratindia.com

Amodra is a small village of Una Taluka of Gir Somnath District in Gujarat. Amodra's Population is around 5000 people. In Amodra village the predominant population is of the Karadia Rajput clan and Leuva patel. Most of the population of Amoda village are farmers and some are businessmen. The land of Amodra is very fertile and the main crops of the village are groundnuts and cotton. The distance between Amodra and Una is around 6km. Amodra is Birthplace of Great Saint Muldas and Rajabapa Mori a founder member of Una Sugar factory.

In chaitra (April) month there is 4 sunday festival, and all faithful people from various surrounding villages come to Amodra and go to various temples, like RANDAL MAA, SHITALA Maa etc.

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