Amreli is a city and a municipality in Amreli district of the Saurashtra region in the state of Gujarat, India.
It is believed that during the year 534 AD, Amreli existed as a city place with name Anumanji. After that the name was Amlik and then Amravati. The ancient Sanskrit name of Amreli was Amarvalli. Initially Amreli was the part of Former Gaekwad of Baroda. During Gaekwad regime in 1886, the compulsory and free education policy was adopted in Amreli for the first time. After independence the district became the part of Bombay State and a separate district in Gujarat State after the bifurcation of Bombay State.
Amreli is located at 21.62° N 71.23° E. It has an average elevation of 128 metres (419 feet). Most part of the commercial area is called Tower Road stretching from Tower to the Main Bus stand and further to Gopi Cinema.
Amreli is a small town in Kathiawar in Gujarat.
The Kathiawar, peninsula of western India, is in Gujarat State. The peninsula extends southwest into the Arabian Sea and is bounded on the northwest by the Gulf of Kachchh and on the southeast by the Gulf of Khambhat. Area, about 60,000 km² (about 23,000 sq mi).
The peninsula of Kathiawar is named after the Kathis who came to Saurashtra at the close of the fourteenth century. Their origin is not fully known but it is possible that they were driven southwards by the Muslim invaders. 'Khachar' and 'Chotila' were the most important seats of the Kathis. Worshippers of the Sun, they were essentially nomadic and had developed, among other pastoral occupations, the art of horse-breeding. Successive waves of immigrants from other parts of India have led to a superimposition of different communities and cultures in Kathiawar. The powerful royal families, which conquered Saurashtra later on established their rule over there.
Baroda was a former Indian state in western India, 8176 square miles; it had four divisions, three in Gujarat (Kadim, Baroda, and Navsari) and one in the Peninsula of Kathiawar (Amreli, with Okhamandal). Once a part of the Mogul Empire; in 18th century its princes belonged to Maratha Confederacy; c. 1721 it secured part of Gujarat; in 19th century subject to British administrative control until 1881; became part of Bombay state 1948 and of Gujarat state 1960. More ...
Before 1948, there were some 260 Princely states in the Kathiawar Peninsula of western India. These were consolidated in a single state named Saurashtra, in which the former rulers would alternate as the constitutional head. Eventually, as expected, Saurashtra became a part of the state of Gujarat.
Jivaraj Mehta, the first Chief Minister of Gujarat, was from this city.
The late Kalapi, a famous Gujarati poet, hailed from "Lathi" a small village near Amreli.
Late Shree Ramesh Parekh, the famous poet hailed from amreli.
Dr. N. D. Rathod, one of the leading research scientist is originally from Amreli district. Dr.Rathod’s research areas are Plant Physiology, Agri-ecology and botany. His research works honoured by the Texas University, USA. Dr. Rathod served as leading research scientist in the 'researchers panel' of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).
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