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

PGVCL Halvad Contact Number, Complaint Phone Number, Enquiry Number and More. Halvad is a town and a municipality in Morbi district in the Gujarat state of India. Halvad was a former capital of the Dhrangadhra State and was ruled by the Jhala Rajputs.

So, let’s see PGVCL Halvad Contact Number, Complaint Phone Number, Enquiry Number and More.

PGVCL
PGVCL

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

PGVCL Halvad Address

  • Address: Halvad, Gujarat 363330

PGVCL Halvad Contact Details

  • PGVCL Halvad Phone Number: 02758 261436
  • Halvad PGVCL Complaint Number: As Above
  • Halvad PGVCL Customer Care Number: As Above
  • PGVCL Halvad Contact Number: As Above

About Halvad

It is an ancient fortified town at the southern edge of the Little Rann of Kutch. The yellow earth of this semi arid area and the buildings of local yellow sandstone make the whole town glow vibrant golden yellow during sunrise.

with striking white underparts and a deep mane. It is a strong and powerful runner. Other animals spotted here are nilgai and chinkara and the birds seen are the Indian sandgrouse, houbara bustard, lark, desert warbler, desert wheatear, Indian courser and vultures.

Halvad is protected by a temple of Shiva in all the directions. Halvad is called the Chota (small) Kashi of India.Shiva temple located on the bank of the pond, with a Stepwell.Bhavanibhuteshwar, Gaulokeshwar, Shabaleshwar, Kashivishwanath, Dholeshwar, Vaijnath world famous Naklank Guru Dham, shaktinagar.

Halvad has four old step-wells and six Shiva temples encircling the town. The Bhavani Temple and the Bhuteshwar Mahadev at the cremation ground are at least 500 years old and are protected monuments. On the west bank of the Samatsar Lake, a famous pilgrim place of the Dawoodi Bohra community.
Halvad is a village of Brahmins.

Halvad is famous for gourmet Brahmins and heroic warriors, who fought against past invaders to protect their hometown. Today, one can see several cenotaphs and hero-stones built of sandstone at the edge of town. Paliyas (memorial stones) remind visitors of the bloody battles fought at the gates of Halvad. They evoke memories of women who committed sati to protect their honor and men who died fighting against enemies. Newly weds come here to perform the ritual of the untying of nuptial knots and pay homage to their ancestors. Even today, once a year, an unusual competition of Laddu eating is organised by the Brahmins of Halvad.

Villages In Halvad

Ajitgadh , Bhalgamda , Butvada , Chadadhra , Chandragadh , Charadva , Chitrodi , Chumpani , Devipur , Dhanala , Dhavana , Dhulkot , Dighadiya , Dungarpur , Enjar , Ghanad , Ghanshyampur , Golasan , Ingorala , Isanpur , Jogad , Juna Amrapar , Juna Devaliya , Kadiyana , Kavadiya , Kedariya , Khetardi , Khod , Kidi , Koyba , Malaniyad , Manekwada , Mangadh , Mangalpur , Mansar , Mathak , Mayapur , Mayurnagar , Merupar , Miyani , Nava Amrapar , Nava Devaliya , Nava Ghanshyamgadh , Nava Ghatila , Palasan , Pandatirath , Pratapagadh , Ranchhodgadh , Ranekpar , Ranjitgadh , Ranmalpur , Ratabhe , Raydhra , Raysangpar , Samli , Sapkada , Sarambhada , Shiroi , Shivpur , Sukhpar , Sundargadh , Sundari , Survadar , Susvav , Tikar , Vankiya , Vegadvav

Article Title: PGVCL Halvad Contact Number, Complaint Phone Number, Enquiry Number and More