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આજ ના રાજકોટ માર્કેટ યાર્ડ ભાવ

Rajkot APMC Bhav જાણવા માટે અમારા વોટ્સએપ ગ્રુપમાં જોડાવા વિનંતી તથા બીજા ખેડૂતો ને ગ્રુપ Add કરવા વિનંતી. કારણ કે આપણે રોજ ના બજાર ભાવ આ વેબસાઈટ પર સૌથી પહેલા મૂકીએ છીયે.

આજ ના રાજકોટ માર્કેટ યાર્ડ ભાવ
તારીખ  = 23/10/2021
Rate for 20 Kgs.

અનાજ ન્યુનતમ મહત્તમ
કપાસ બી.ટી. 1170 1670
ઘઉં લોકવન 402 432
ઘઉં ટુકડા 404 478
જુવાર સફેદ 340 605
જુવાર પીળી 260 340
બાજરી 270 340
તુવેર 1040 1196
ચણા પીળા 814 1070
અડદ 500 1430
મગ 1081 1504

વાલ દેશી 825 1275
વાલ પાપડી 1250 1760
ચોળી 760 1225
કળથી 605 715
સીંગદાણા 1470 1600
મગફળી જાડી 1010 1192
મગફળી જીણી 945 1154
તલી 1700 2080
એરંડા 1180 1239
અજમો 1650 2335

 
સુવા 925 1115
સોયાબીન 850 1020
સીંગફાડા 1000 1425
કાળા તલ 2250 2600
લસણ 421 875
ધાણા 1300 1400
વરીયાળી 1250 1375
જીરૂ 2325 2620
રાય 1210 1580
મેથી 1130 1375
ઇસબગુલ 1650 2345
રાયડો 1390 1470
રજકાનું બી 3500 5500
ગુવારનું બી 1190 1216
 
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आज की पोस्ट में हम जानेगे गुजरात के Rajkot Mandi Bhav

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Address

APMC Market Yard
Rajkot Morbi Highway, Main, Marketing Yard, Rajkot, Gujarat 360003
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Old Market Yard
National Highway 8B, Marketing Yard, Rajkot, Gujarat 360003
Phone number: (0281) 2790001, 2790002, 2790003

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Dhoraji Mandi Bhav – धोराजी मंडी भाव
Gondal Mandi Bhav – गोंडल मंडी भाव
Jamkandorna Mandi Bhav – जामकंडोरणा मंडी भाव
Jasdan Mandi Bhav – जसदण मंडी भाव
Jetpur Mandi Bhav – जेतपुर मंडी भाव
Kotadasagani – कोतदासगनी मंडी भाव
Lodhika Mandi Bhav – लोधिका मंडी भाव
Padadhari Mandi bhav – पदधारी मंडी भाव
Upleta Mandi Bhav – उपलेटा मंडी भाव

List Of Type Of Goods

1 Potato, aalu mandi rate today
2 Dry Onion, Onion mandi rate
3 Tomato, Tomato mandi bhav
4 Yam/Elephant Foot
5 Kothmeer
6 Raddish, Raddish mandi bhav
7 Brinjal, today potato mandi rate
8 Cabbage, Cabbage mandi rate
9 Cauliflower
10 Lady Finger
11 Cluster Beans
12 Choli Shing
13 Bean Food
14 Little gourd
15 Gourd
16 Bitter Gourd
17 Drumstick
18 Ghosbu
19 pointed guard
20 Cucumber
21 Carrot, carrot mandi rate
22 Peas
23 Tur shing
24 Beet, beet madni rate
25 Smooth Gourd
26 Fenugreek, Fenugreek mandi rate
27 val
28 Onions Green
29 Ginger, Ginger mandi rates
30 Gram-green
31 Green Chilli
32 Turmeric Green
33 Garlic Green, Garlic Green mandi rate
34 Corn Green
35 Lemon, today Lemon mandi rate

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1 Rajkot Rajkot
2 Morbi Rajkot
3 Jasdan Rajkot
4 Gondal Rajkot
5 Jetpur Rajkot
6 Wankaner Rajkot
7 Upleta Rajkot
8 Dhoraji Rajkot
9 Kotda Sangani Rajkot
10 Tankara Rajkot
11 Maliya Rajkot
12 Jamkandorna Rajkot
13 Paddhari Rajkot
14 Lodhika Rajkot

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Rajkot is a city of Gujarat state in India and administrative headquarters of the Rajkot District, 245 km from the state capital Gandhinagar, located on the banks of the Aji River and Nyari River.

Rajkot was the capital of the then Saurashtra state from 15 April 1948 to 31 October 1956 before merging in bilingual Bombay State on 1 November 1956. Rajkot was merged into Gujarat State from bilingual Bombay state on May 1, 1960.

History

Main article: History of Rajkot
Rajkot has been under many different rulers since it was founded. Rajkot has a long history and played a significant part in Indian independence movement.

Nawab Rule
Masum Khan, a deputy Faujdar of Junagadh’s Nawab, conquered Rajkot in the year 1720 AD. and changed the name of Rajkot to Masumabad. In 1722 AD, fortress were built with about 4 to 5 kilometers perimeter and had walls that were 8 feet (2.4 m) wide.

There were eight gates, each studded with iron spikes on its outer side, for access to Masumabad: Kotharia Naka, Nava Naka, Raiya Naka, Bedi Naka, Bhichari Naka, Sardhar Naka and Pal no Darwajo.

Further, there was a gate without spikes called Khadaki Naka near Nakalank Temple. The ruins of the fort wall can be seen in the bastion in the Ramnath para area. Gates of Bedi Naka and Raiya Naka were modified during the colonial times. The chief Engineer of British Agency, Sir Robert Bell Booth, renovated Bedi gate and Raiya Naka gate and built the present three storied clock towers in 1892.

Jadeja rule

Masumabad was later conquered by the Jadeja clan with the help of Raviraj Gadhvi and its name restored to Rajkot. Bavajiraj Jadeja built Darbargadh, the first palace of this princely state. Bavajiraj was succeeded by his son, Sir Lakhajiraj Jadeja, the most prominent ruler amongst the Jadeja rulers to that time, who constructed Lalpari and Randarda lakes.

Dharmendrasinhji Jadeja, succeeded his father, Sir Lakhajiraj, but died while hunting of Lion in Sasan Gir and was succeeded by his brother Pradyumansinhji Jadeja, Sir Lakhajiraj Jadeja’s second son. Rajkot was merged into Republic of India during Pradumansinh Jadeja’s reign.

British rule

The British East India Company founded the Saurashtra agency in Rajkot to moderate all princely states. The regional headquarters and residency of this agency was at Kothi Compound. The British constructed many impressive colonial buildings and educational institutions, such as Connaught Hall and The Rajkumar College.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a.k.a. Mahatma Gandhi, spent the early years of his life in Kaba Gandhi No Delo when his father was a Diwan to the king of Rajkot. Gandhi fasted to ask to form a people’s council and liberation of people of Rajkot at Rashtriya Shala in March 1939.

Demographics

Rajkot had a total population of 1,003,015. Males are 525,880 and females are 477,134 in percent males are 52.43% and females are 47.57% of the total population in Rajkot (RMC) and its suburbs including Manharpur, Madhapar, Anandpar, Munjka, Mota Mova, Vavdi, Bedi and Kotharia. Figures are as of 2006.[11]
Rajkot city has an average literacy rate of 80.6%, higher than the national average.

A clear majority of the people here are Hindus. Muslim population is more than ten percent. In Muslim population 95% is Sunni Muslim. Many intermarriages between the Hindus and the Jains occur quite frequently.

Culture

The people in Rajkot are predominantly vegetarians and are vehemently against any form of hunting. This could be the main reason for the survival of rich fauna in this city. The women in Rajkot are very fond of jewelry. Large chains, pendants and other heavy gold jewelry are a common sight during marriages, festivals and family functions.

The attire changes with the season and approaching festivals. The ladies normally wear the Gujarati flavor of the Sari and men can be seen in flowing Kurtas and in the formal wears (shirts and trousers).

Rajkot is multicultural. One can find many languages, like Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu, English, Sindhi, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam and Marathi. However, only Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu, and English are well understood. Rajkot is the part of Kathiyawad. Because of this people of Rajkot are also known as Kathiyawadi.
Rajkot is frequently referred to as “Rangilu Rajkot” (રંગીલુ રાજકોટ) meaning colorful Rajkot.

The people of Rajkot like to enjoy themselves to the fullest no matter which season or time of the day. You can find them eating out at 1 am. Shopkeepers mostly close their business between 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm and sleep at home. There is often a saying “સુરત તો સુરત છે પણ રાજકોટ ખુબસુરત છે” (Surat may be beautiful, but cannot stand against the beauty of Rajkot)

Tourism

Rajkot is home to numerous national landmarks and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the India[citation needed]. The Jubilee Garden is a large, open park area in the center of the city featuring many monuments to colonial time.

Located prominently in the center of the garden is the Connaught Hall. Other notable points of interest near the Garden include the historic Mohandas Gandhi High School, Kaba Gandhi No Delo (Mohandas Gandhi’s childhood residence), Rashtriya Shala, Watson Museum, Lang Library and Rotary Midtown Library.

The Rotary Dolls Museum has a collection of more than 1,400 unique dolls from all over the world.[12]
The Lang Library and the G.T. Sheth Library collect thousands of documents and books covering every period in Rajkot and Saurashtra (region) history. Rajkot has many other public libraries with many branches throughout the city.

It includes Rotary Midtown of Rajkot City Library and many more.
Other points of interest in Rajkot include Gebanshah Pir Dargah,Hashanshah Pir Dargah, Turkibapu’s Dargah, Swaminarayan Gurukul, Masonic Hall, Jam Tower, Race Course, Aji Dam, Ramakrishna Aashram, Shri Ranchhoddas Ashram, Swaminarayan Temple, Nageshwar Parswanath Jain Temple, Balkrishna Haveli, Ishwariya Temple and Garden, Mukti Dhama, Lal Pari Lake, Randerda Lake, Kaba Gandhi no Delo: Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital[ Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital Performing Heart Surgeries Free of Cost] Gandhiji’s ancestral home which now houses the Gandhi Smriti, a permanent exhibition.

Watson Museum And Library: The Watson Museum today has a collection of human history and culture. Its collection has precious objects of colonial period of India and History of Rajkot. Located in the pleasant Jubilee Garden, the museum is a good introduction to Saurashtra’s cultural heritage. Rajkot Memon Boarding;is head quarter of Muslim activities before 1947. Saurashtra Muslim league held many Muslim convention at Rajkot Memon boarding ground.

Festival
Garba, a dance form, is popular both with men and women and is performed during the Navratri festival. The dance starts before midnight and continues until dawn. Mata Ambe, who rides a Lion, has a special reverential status with any highly religious Gujarati. The ‘Janmastami Mela’ organizes by for five days at the Race Course grounds to celebrate Janmastami.

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Diwali is the New Year for Hindus and people celebrate by doing Ma Laxmi Pujan. Moharam is new year of Muslim. Muslim’s also celebrate ramzan Eid and bakri Eid. Rajkot Municipality arranges the Firecracker Show for the citizens of Rajkot. People clean and paint their houses and purchase new clothes to wear on New Year’s Day. Dhuleti is the colour festival and Mahashivratri is God Shiva’s day.

People also celebrate Uttarayan (Makar Sankranti) on 14 January by flying kites from their terraces. Other holidays are Ganesh Utsava, Ram Navami, Mahavir Jayanti etc. Since Rajkot has people from many different castes and races, their various celebrations occur throughout the year.

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