Synonyms for bhiloda or Related words with bhiloda


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As of the 2011 census, Bhiloda had a population of 16,074.
7. Khedbrahma, Bhiloda and Meghraj talukas and Vijayanagar mahal in Sabarkantha district
Bhiloda was a part of Idar State during British rule. After independence of India in 1947, Idar State was merged with Union of India. From 1947 to 1956, it was a part of Bombay state in the Idar district. From 1961 to 2013, Bhiloda was a part of Sabarkantha district which was bifurcated and Aravalli district was formed.
Aravalli district consists of Modasa, Malpur, Dhansura, Meghraj, Bhiloda and Bayad talukas of former Sabarkantha district. Of these, Meghraj, Malpur and Bhiloda are tribal dominated talukas. The district includes 676 villages and 306 village panchayats with a total population of 1.27 million and is the most literate tribal district in Gujarat.
Juna Bhavnath Temple is a temple dedicated to Shiva in Mau village of Bhiloda Taluka of Aravalli district, Gujarat, India.
Navibai Ramji Ashar Vidyalay is one of the oldest secondary and higher secondary school which is located very close to Bhiloda bus depot.
Shamlaji is around 20 km from Bhiloda and 29 km from Modasa. Located off National Highway 8, Shamlaji is frequented by state transport buses from Himmatnagar and Ahmedabad.
Upendra Trivedi joined politics in 1980s and contested and won the election in 1985 to Gujarat Legislative Assembly from Bhiloda. He served as deputy speaker of the assembly from 31 March 2000 to 19 July 2002.
Bamna is a locality village situated about 8 km south - west from its Taluka headquarters Bhiloda and lies on the bank of Hatmati Dam. It falls under the newly formed Aravali district Jurisdiction of Gujarat.
Bhiloda is a municipality and taluka headquarters situated in Aravalli District in the state of Gujarat in India. It is situated on the banks of the Hathmati River among the Aravalli Hills.
Bhiloda has primary and secondary school, higher secondary college, agricultural market, police station, several banks (Dena Bank, Gramin, BOI, Canara Bank, Union Bank, IDBI Bank, BOB, SDB and State Bank of India), a cottage hospital, and a private hospitals.
Aravalli district has the first private sector 5 MW solar power plant of Gujarat at Kharoda near Modasa. The district is industrially backward, having no major industrial units although small scale industrial areas exist in Modasa, Bhiloda and Dhansura talukas. The Mazum is a major river in the region with two large dams on it.
Bhiloda assembly constituency is one of the 182 assembly constituency of Gujarat. It is located in Aravalli District. This seat is reserved for a member of the Scheduled Tribes. For national electoral purposes, this constituency is one of seven that together make up the Sabarkantha constituency of the Lok Sabha.
Bichiwara Tehsil is bounded by Kherwara Tehsil, of Udaipur District, to the northwest and north, by Dungarpur Tehsil to the east, by Simalwara Tehsil to the southeast, and by Meghraj Taluka and Bhiloda Taluka, both of Gujarat, to the southwest and west. It averages in elevation.
Umashankar Joshi was born in small village named Bamna village (now in Bhiloda Taluka of Aravalli district, Gujarat). His father, Jethalal Kamalji was a Karbhari in small jagirs. His Mother was Navalbai. He had eight siblings: six brothers and two sisters. Umashankar Joshi received inspiration for creative writing from the beautiful surroundings of the hilly region and the social life of the villages and fairs and festivals held there.
At present, VIKSAT has five field offices in four districts of Gujarat, namely, Bhiloda, Kheroj in Sabarkantha district; Satlasana in Mehsana district; Kukama, in Kachchh district; and Radhanpur in Patan district with the head office located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The primary activity areas of VIKSAT are Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Livelihoods through intensive intervention on Forestry, Land, Water, Sustainable Agriculture, Bio-diversity, Policy Advocacy and Women Empowerment.
It is situated 6km away from Bhiloda and is about 1300 years old acknowledged from an inscription. There is a reservoir, "kund", named Bhrigukund which believed to cure leprosy if bathed in its water. There is a temple dedicated to Shiva and temple dedicated to the son of Bhrigu, Avan Rishi. The place is situated on the banks of Hathmati river dam. The fair is organised on the last Monday of Shraavana month of Hindu calendar and on Mahashivratri which is visited by large number of people.
Arnoraja, who was a son of Dhavala and Kumarapala's maternal aunt, was the first member of the Vaghela family to gain importance. He seems to have participated in a military campaign in Saurashtra while serving Kumarapala. The Muralidhar temple inscription, discovered in the Desan village of Bhiloda taluka, credits him with conquering Saurashtra. According to the medieval chronicler Udayaprabha Suri, Kumarapala granted the Bhimapalli village to Arnoraja for his services. It is possible that Arnoraja received the village for his role in the Saurashtra campaign of Kumarapala. He probably served as a sub-commander in this campaign, although the Vahgela records later magnified his role. According to historian A. K. Majumdar, the Bhimapalli village might have been same as the Vyaghrapalli village from which the dynasty's name is derived.
Born "Khushal Bhatt", he was born in the Arvalli District's, Torda Village of Bhiloda Taluka, Gujarat. Torda is surrounded by mountains. His father was an audichiya brahmin, Motiram Sharma and his mother was Kushaladevi Thakar. Gopalanand Swami pursued deep study and showed great interest of grammar, Indian philosophy of Nyaya and Vedanta. Gopalanand Swami was a scholar, with knowledge in Vyakaran (grammar), Nyaya, Mimasa, Astrology etc. He was married to Adityabai and had two children Harisankar and Anupamba though he felt no attachment. Swaminarayan gave diksha (the becoming of a saint in which vows such as celibacy and renunciation of all personal possessions and of all worldly duties, including family ties are taken) to Gopalanand Swami in Vadodara, Gujarat. Swaminarayan held Gopalanand Swami in very high regard and he was very learned in Ashtang yoga. Gopalanand Swami died in 1852 in Vadtal. Gopalanand Swami spread the belief & reality that Bhagwan Swaminarayan is the Supreme Being higher than all.He is still alive with divine body,along with hanumanji, in salangpur.