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Nani Naroli is a village in the district of Surat, Gujarat India. Located 15 kilometres (15,000 m) away from the Kim Char Rasta highway, the village currently has a population of up to 10,000 people in which a lot of people have moved to UK. It occupies a land area of 1795-49-48 hectares, but is expanding due to the rise in population.
In the early 1960s, the village primarily consisted of mud-built homes without electricity. Water was brought into residence in 1963. The village was primarily agricultural in the 1980s and early 1990s, cultivating cotton, rice, wheat, lentil, sesame, mung lentil, gram lentil and many more vegetables with the aid of farm animals such as horses, buffaloes, and bulls.
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