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Living in Jamnagar, Gujarat:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Jamnagar, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked ten people living in Jamnagar 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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Anyone considering moving to Jamnagar, should know that it is not a metropolitan city, and hence not all the modern amenities are available. This in no way means it lacks facilities. Being a small city, the traffic and population problems are relatively less intense than bigger cities. Also, may it be noted that this city does not house any dedicated Pubs/Bars, as it falls under a Dry State (Gujarat).

Prashant, says: 2020

Jamnagar receives quite a bout of rain each year. At the same time it has an equally strong summer. Winters here are also pretty chilly. The city is known for its rich culture and history. Jamnagar is famed all over India for having the best Bandhej (a type of dyed cloth).

Someone who is fond of heritage and simple life might love to move to my city, here we have rich heritage, a huge Ayurvedic university and more places which someone would find interesting. People in my city are fond of food so, here you can find delicious variety of sweet and spicy food.

Sandhya, says: 2020

They must have known that he/she is going to that city which is less populated compared to other megacity and it is also have largest oil refinery in the world. in jamnagar there is a museum, former fort that exhibits weapons, sculptures and pottery from the 9th to 18th centuries.

Aishwarya, says: 2020

When you move to Jamnagar the first thing you will notice is that there is less rush compared to other cities in Gujarat. There are food options available for vegetarians and non-vegetarians. The cost of living is less compared to other cities. The humidity is quite good. If you love the sea, you’ll love it.

Jamnagar city is at the west side of Gujarat state. It consists of lakhota palace and museum which contains weapons, sculptures and pottery from 9th to 18th centuries. The Modern look of the city was initially given by H. H Jam Ranjitsinh. And one of the biggest oil manufacturing company is there i. e, Reliance Industries.

i am from jamnagar and my city is best in our state Gujarat. jamnagar also known as Paris of Saurashtra. our city is pollution free city. hospitality is most important to people. we are intelligent. our city is most popular, and populated in gujrat. in my city jamnagar food is most important for all people. because all people are interested in eating.

Jamnagar is a city in west of India which is well known for its seashore location. It is blessed with the fresh breeze from the sea especially in evening and morning. It’s also houses the Reliance industries plant in its peripheral zone and with the Essar industry.

Jamnagar is a city on the western coast of India. It was formerly known as ‘Brass City’, since it houses more than 5,000 large-scale and 10,000 small-scale workshops manufacturing brass items. Jamnagar has the largest production of brass items in the country. Jamnagar is ‘World’s Oil City’ because the world’s biggest oil refineries, belonging to Reliance Industries and Nayara Energy, are here. Jamnagar has base stations of all three wings of Defence: the Indian Air Force, Indian Army, and Indian Navy. The Bala Hanuman Temple is known for the continuous 24-hour chanting of the mantra ‘Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram’, since one August 1964. This devotion has earned Bala Hanuman Temple a place in the Guinness Book of Records.

Aniket, says: 2020

Jamnagar has most of the big industries. It also has a beautiful lake namely Lakhota Lake. This city is full of greenery. People residing here are very kind and helpful to each other. Jamnagar is rich in culture and tradition.

Ariyan, says: 2020

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