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About the Jamnagar district

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Brief About Jamnagar District
Jamnagar is a city in the western Indian state of Gujarat, and serves as the capital of the Jamnagar district. Its population in 1991 was roughly 326,000 people. The city was built up substantially by Maharaja Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji in the 1920s, when the district was known as Nawangar. The district lies just to the south of the Gulf of Kutch. Most residents of Jamnagar are Gujarati and speak the Gujarati language. A small percentage speak the Kachchi language, which is written in the Gujarati script but is not mutually intelligible with Gujarati. Jamnagar has recently shot to prominence as Reliance Industries has established the world's largest refinery there.

The only marine sanctuary of India is near Jamnagar - on the coral reef island of Pirotan. Jamnagar is well-known for its four marble Jain temples: Vardhman Shah's Temple, Raisi Shah's Temple, Sheth's Temple, and Vasupujya Swami's Temple. All were built between 1574 and 1622.

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