DIGITAL GUJARAT PORTAL PAR VARSH 2019-20 NI SCHOLARSHIP KAMGIRI PURN KARVA BABAT NIYAMAK SHRI NO LATEST PARIPATRA.

DIGITAL GUJARAT PORTAL PAR VARSH 2019-20 NI SCHOLARSHIP KAMGIRI PURN KARVA BABAT NIYAMAK SHRI NO LATEST PARIPATRA.

LATEST PARIPATRA DATE:- 04/07/2020

SC -ST OBC STUDENTS NI PRE-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP YOJANA NI KAMGIRI PURN KARVA BABAT





Gujarat is a State in northwestern India, on the border with Pakistan and Rajasthan in the north east, Madhya Pradesh in the east, and Maharashtra and the Union territories of Diu, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli in the south. The Arabian Sea borders the state both to the west and the south west. 


Gujarat : The State took it’s name from the Gujara, the land of the Gujjars, who ruled the area during the 700’s and 800’s.

Ancient Roots
The first settlers in the State of Gujarat were Gujjars who happened to be an ethnic group of India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Although their originis remain uncertain, the clan appeared in northern India and in Saurashtra about the time of the Huna invasion. The name of the tribe was ‘sanskritized’ to ‘Gurjara’ who followed the main religions of Hinduism, Islam, Sikkism and Christianity. 

However, the earliest Archeological traces indicate the Indus Valley Civilization as historical relics with the stone age settlements are found in Gujarat around Sabarmati and Mahi rivers. Its roots are also in the Harappan traces found at Lothal, Rampur, Amri and other places. 

Ancient Gujarat was ruled by the Maurya Dynasty. Emperor Chandragupta Maurya conquered a number of states in Gujarat while his grandson, King Ashoka extended his domain in Gujarat. The reigns of the first three Mauryas were significant but with Ashoka’s death in 232 B C the Mauryan empire began to crumble,leading to political defragmentation. The Shungas who succeeded the Mauryas tried, unsuccessfully, to uphold the semblance of political unity.

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