Nanosana

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Nanosana
village
Nanosana is located in Gujarat
Nanosana
Nanosana
Nanosana is located in India
Nanosana
Nanosana
Location in Gujarat, India
Coordinates: 23°59′13″N 72°26′36″E / 23.9868500°N 72.4434300°E / 23.9868500; 72.4434300Coordinates: 23°59′13″N 72°26′36″E / 23.9868500°N 72.4434300°E / 23.9868500; 72.4434300
Country  India
State Gujarat
District Banaskantha
Languages
 • Official Gujarati, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration GJ
Website gujaratindia.com

Nanosana is a small village in India, situated in Banaskantha district in northern Gujarat, India.[1] Administratively, it is in Vadgam Taluka near post Nandotra. The population of the village is around 1750. The main business of the people is agriculture and dairy farming.

The main community of the village is Anjana Chaudhary Patel, Luhar (Panchal), Prajapati, Nai(Barber), Rajput, Thakor, Prajapati, Vaghari. Nanosana is 13 km away from Vadgam and 30 km from Palanpur the main city of the Banaskantha District.

The nearby villages include Pasvadal, Nandotra, Gidasan, Rupal, Fatehgarh. Sidhpur is around 13 km away from here and people normally head towards Siddhapur, Chapi for Job in Fabrication Industry or else Palanpur is favourite amongst people who make living from cutting diamonds.

There is a big temple of Shiva in the village.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yahoo Maps India :Nanosana". Retrieved 2009-01-12.