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Living in Bharuch, Gujarat:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bharuch, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Bharuch what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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5 comments on “Bharuch”

Air and water pollution. Highly expensive. Bharuch is covered with highways from all 4 sides. Major schools are on national highways-unsafe for children for daily movements.

G.M.Sharma, says: 2022

Bharuch is a district of Gujarat. The residents of the city are mostly Gujarati and speak the same as well. It is well known for the river Narmada and its bank. It eve has the world’s longest statue as one of its tourists destination. It is an industrial hub with many chemical and petrochemical factories.

Rinchu, says: 2020

He must know the city name first. He should know where the city is located and he should consider using a railway service for moving here because it is the best way to move to my city. When he is arrived at the station he must use an auto rickshaw for visiting me.

Bharuch is a good city, but it’s stuck sometimes with communal violence. Find a job here is quite difficult. You should always be careful with your belongings as the city has quite a good number of thieves. City has a big bazaar and some more super stores. People here are mostly friendly. The city has biggest banyan tree in the world known as kabirvad.

Daeema, says: 2020

The temperature during summer is very high. This city has a huge river passing through it. The city has a famous SEZ area which will be helpful for employment. The city has its own heritage sites. Bharuch City is also known by its name broch as it was given by the British. City includes a mixture of ll the communities like Muslims, Hindu, Christians and Tribals.

Rakesh, says: 2020

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