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Examples of "valod"
Valod () is a small town situated midway between Bardoli and Vyara, in Tapi district in India. Valod is located about 50 km east of Surat. National Highway 6 passes through Valod.
Valod has IT college and science college on Bardoli Road.
1. Uchchhal, Vyara, Mahuwa, Mahuwa, Mandvi, Nizar, Songadh, Valod, Mangrol and Bardoli talukas in Surat district
The member-sisters used their organisation as a medium to promote their and their families' welfare. In the Valod centre, they set up an educational and hobby centre for the rural women. Orientation courses in typing, cooking, sewing, knitting and toy making as well as other courses like child welfare, first aid and hygiene were taught. The first ever pucca (tarred) road in Valod to be built and inaugurated in 1979 was with the help of the Lijjat, Valod branch.
Desai was born in Vyara, Valod in Surat district in the Indian state of Gujarat, India on 16 November 1869.
Valod is the town name known from the Valmiki the great writer of Ramayana and other religious books known to the Persian. The town itself became more famous for the agriculture college based at Vedchi Vidhyapith. Most people are from other background mostly Brahmins, Jain and Muslim of mix community. it has the women's factory most popular for its Papad production "Mahila Gruh Udyog Lijjat Papad" and the livelihood depends on the earnings of the hard work done by women of Valod which was started in the 60s by Kiku Shah.
In 1906 after the death of his father, Desai inherited a lot of property in Valod near Surat. He and his wife Satyabala Devi moved to Surat and settled there. He set up practice there and also opened a dispensary for the poor. He also started to experiment with music therapy as a treatment for his mental patients.
Haku Vajubhai Shah born in 1934, in Valod in Surat district, Gujarat, and later he joined M.S. University, Baroda, from where he graduated in Fine Arts (BFA) in 1955, followed by a master's degree in Fine Arts (MFA) from the same university.
He belonged to the caste of Gujarati Brahmins called (Palwada) Audichya Sahastra Brahmin (Udichta), from the province of Surat. He was the only son of Lalbhai Desai and Ankar Bai. Lalbhai Desai was a landowner (Zamindar) who owned vast amounts of land in Valod.
Tapi District consists of the five Talukas of Songadh, Valod, Vyara, Ucchal, and Nizar. Vyara has many attractive natural places to visit across town and in city like Jalvatika Garden,Gaytri mandir, Vyara fort, Mayadevi waterfall temple, Padamdugri,Mahal Camp site, Gaumukh,ukai Dam,unai, kakrapar Dam.
An attempt to start a branch in Sangli town, in 1966, was unsuccessful. The first branch outside Maharashtra was established at Valod, Gujarat in 1968. After tasting tremendous success with their papads, Lijjat began producing other products like khakhra (1974), masala (1976), vadi, wheat atta, and bakery products (1979). In the 1970s, Lijjat set up flour mills (1975), printing division (1977) and polypropylene packing division (1978). The group also initiated some unsuccessful ventures such as cottage leather (1979), matches (1979), and "agarbatti"s (incense sticks).
He was born in Valod, a small near Bardoli in South Gujarat on 30 May 1921. He did his schooling from Songadh and Gangadhara. He matriculated from Navsari in 1938. He completed his BA in 1943 and MA from Elphinstone College in 1945. In the same year, he started teaching at D. J. Singh College in Karachi and later joined Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar in 1947. From 1951, he served as a lecturer, professor and later as Head of the Gujarati Department at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara till his retirement in 1981.
Valod has a tropical savanna climate, moderated strongly winds by the Arabian Sea. The summer begins in early March and lasts till June. April and May are the hottest months, the average maximum temperature being 40 °C (104 °F). Monsoon begins in late June and the town receives about 1,000 millimetres (39 in) of rain by the end of September, with the average maximum being 32 °C (90 °F) during those months. October and November see the retreat of the monsoon and a return of high temperatures till late November. Winter starts in December and ends in late February, with average temperatures of around 23 °C (73 °F), and little rain.