Sihori

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Shihori
શિહોરી
Village/Town
Shihori is located in Gujarat
Shihori
Shihori
Shihori is located in India
Shihori
Shihori
Location in Gujarat, India
Coordinates: 23°58′00″N 71°49′00″E / 23.9667°N 71.8167°E / 23.9667; 71.8167Coordinates: 23°58′00″N 71°49′00″E / 23.9667°N 71.8167°E / 23.9667; 71.8167
Country  India
State Gujarat
Elevation 51 m (167 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total >15,000
Languages
 • Official Gujarati, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 385550
Vehicle registration GJ 8
Website gujaratindia.com

Sihori also known as Shihori is a village in Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat, India.

Sihori is administrative headquarters of the Kankrej Taluka. It has a population of more than 10000.

Climate[edit]

Sihori enjoys all types of weather. In Summer, it's hot and humid with an average temperature of 40 Degrees with hot sandy winds. In Winter, it's 5 to 15 degrees, which is quite cold and in Monsoon Season, the average rainfall is about 15 to 30 inches per season.

Road[edit]

National Highway 14 passes through the Sihori. Sihori is well connected to cities like Ahmedabad, Palanpur, Patan.

Temples[edit]

Sihori has several temples like Jogni Mata Mandir, Bahuchar Mata Mandir, Ramji Mandir. It has famous Hanuman mandir called "Duga Vada" and Shiv-ji Temple called "Mahamandleswar Mahadev", Both are to 2 km away from village. It is also famous for "Gau Mata Mandir"(Temple of Cow) & famous jain adinath mandir

Bus services[edit]

Sihori has 300+ buses linking to various parts of Gujarat.

Schools[edit]

Sihori has two government run primary schools. and also one private school named Vinay vidhya mandir, Sihori has one High School named M V Valani High School.

Banks[edit]

Sihori has branches of the State Bank of India, Dena Bank, Bank of Baroda Banas Bank, Nagrik Bank and Dena Gujarat Gramin bank

Milk Co-operative Societies[edit]

Sihori has a rich culture of milk cooperative societies and cold storage is located near to Sihori.

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