PGVCL Ghogha Contact Number, Complaint Number, Enquiry Phone Number and More

PGVCL Ghogha Contact Number, Complaint Number, Enquiry Phone Number and More. Ghogha is a census town in Bhavnagar district in the state of Gujarat, India. It is situated on the mid-western bank of the Gulf of Khambhat. Also known as Gogo, it was an important historical commercial port of Arabian Sea until the development of nearby Bhavnagar in the nineteenth century.

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PGVCL Ghogha Contact Number, Complaint Number, Enquiry Phone Number and More

PGVCL Ghogha Address

  • Address: Ghogha, Gujarat 364110

PGVCL Ghogha Contact Details

  • PGVCL Ghogha Phone Number: 0278-2882002
  • Ghogha PGVCL Complaint Number: 0278-2882002
  • Ghogha PGVCL Customer Care Number: 0278-2882002
  • PGVCL Ghogha Contact Number: 0278-2882002

About Ghogha

Ghogha was known as the port of Gundigar during Maitraka rule of Vallabhi (AD 480-720). Under Chaulukya dynasty rule (746-1297), except as a nursery for seamen, Ghogha was not a place of any note.[1] One of the earliest mentions of the town is by French explorer Friar Jordanus, who, in 1321, passing north through Thane and Bharuch or as he writes it Parocco, stayed at ‘Gogo’. Of the place he has left no details. At this time Ghogha is said to have been in the hands of Muslim soldiers of fortune, from whom, a few years later (1325), Mokhadaji Gohil, the Gohil chief of Umrala, took it and with the Piram Island made it his headquarters. As ruler of Piram, Mokhadaji levied toll from all ships passing up the Gulf.

Gogha was the important port town during the medieval period and played as transit port between the ports of the upper part of the Gulf of Khambhat and rest of the ports along the Indian Ocean Countries. The discovery of various types of anchors suggests that boats of different origin visited Gogha port.

The first Arab traders landed at Ghogha around the early seventh century and built a masjid here. This was the time when Qibla (direction to be faced while offering namaaz,) of the Muslims was Baitul Mukaddas(Jerusalem) instead of Mecca. For a brief period of 16 to 17 months, between 622 and 624 A.D., after Hijra (migration) to Medina, Muhammed and his believers faced Jerusalem while offering Namaaz during 610 to 623 A.D. Its 1500 years old.

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