The city of colorful people.

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Rajkot city is interlinked with socio-political life of India. It has historically been that significant center of the country where non-violence was practiced. From the famous Arya Samaj center to the colonial era monuments at Jubilee Garden, this city also inhabits several knowledge centers, fascinating buildings, temples, gardens and lakes. It is also famous as the ancestral home of Mahatma Gandhi, who spent his formative years here.

The residents of “Rangilu Rajkot”, often called Kathiyawadi, like to enjoy themselves to the fullest no matter what time of the day. This multicultural land is bursting with people of varied customs, traditions, religions communities and groups.

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1.28 million
Hindi, Gujarati

The people in Rajkot are predominantly vegetarians and are vehemently against any form of hunting. It is famous for its Rajkot ni Chatni, or Rajkot’s famous green chutney.

Rajkot city has an average literacy rate of 82.20% A clear majority of the people here are Hindus and the Muslim population is more than 2%.

Swaminarayan Temple, Watson Museum, Rashtriya Shala, Kaba Gandhi No Delo, Chowrad Beach, Saputara Hill, Rotary Dolls Museum, Madhavroa Scindia Cricket ground

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