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    September 23, 2015
    Gujarat, on the western coast of India, has experienced the advent of a man and is fortunate in having a rich heritage of historical records among the states of Indian sub-continent. The history of Gujrat is very ancient and dates back to pre-historic age. The entire history of Gujrat can be summarized into three periods- ancient, medieval and modern periods. . .
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    September 23, 2015
    Velavadar in the Bhal region of Saurashtra is a unique grassland ecosystem that has attracted fame for the successful conservation of the Blackbuck, the wolf and the lesser Florican. The park spread over an area of 35 sq.kms, its grassland, the greenery and the quadrupeds are visible as far as the eye can see.florican. . .
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    September 23, 2015
    Gujarat Handicrafts and textiles reflect a love of Colour, an eye for design and form. They are the expression of an initial artistic personality and rich cultural heritage. The state excels in both quality and design of textiles, traditional and modern. The larger variety mills are combined to produce a rich mingling of colours and textures. . .
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    September 23, 2015
    Architecture is perhaps only form of human endeavor, which provides an insight into man's ceaseless efforts at perfection, his attempt to express himself, his environment, his attitude towards life, his society and aesthetic sense. Literally, the whole length and breadth of Gujarat is dotted with ancient Buddhist, Jain, Hindu and Muslim monuments. . .
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    September 23, 2015
    All forms of arts and crafts in Gujarat reflect the aggressive individuality and religious impulses of an average Gujarati and his religious impulses. This very emotion has motivated the individual to tune stone, brass, bronze, clay wood etc. into life like objects that speak their own language. The various forms of arts and crafts in Gujarat include . . .
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    September 23, 2015
    Indus Valley Civilization was one of the world's early civilizations. It is also known as Harappan Civilization. The two major important cities where civilizations flourished include 1.Lothal 2.Dholavira . . .
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    September 23, 2015
    The Aryans came by land, Persians, Arabs and Africans came by sea through Saurashtra ports for shelter, trade and at times, conquest. Then just before and after Chinese era, lords of Kunanas, Hunas and other tribes descended on Gujarat. The coming of these foreigners resulted in the fusion of various cultures and traditions. . .