Jambuda

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Jambuda (Gujarati: જાંબુડા, Hindi: जांबुडा) is a small village in the Jamnagar district of the Indian state of Gujarat. The village has communities of Gadhavi, Rajgor Brahmin, Patels, shepherd, Charaniya and Kori.

Jambuda is about 16 km (9.9 mi) away from Jamnagar city, and on the way to Sainik School Balachadi. Historical book Yaduvanshprakash says that Jambuda village is older than 400 years. It is considered that the village was named as Jambuda due to the large number of Java plum tree, and the heavy production of Java plum fruits. karsan pala paliya was notable personality in village.

Places[change | change source]

  • Chapal mata Temple
  • Khodiyar mata Temple
  • Kamai mata Temple
  • Lakshminarayana Temple
  • Yogeshwar Temple
  • Kalindri River, etc.