History of Gujarat
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Aravalli
Aravalli district is a district in the state of Gujarat in India that came into being on August 15, 2013, becoming the 29th district of the state. The district has been carved out of the Sabarkantha district. The district headquarters are at Modasa.
ravalli district consists of Modasa, Malpur, Dhansura, Meghraj, Bhiloda and Bayad talukas of former Sabarkantha district.[1] Of these, Meghraj, Malpur and Bhiloda are tribal dominated talukas.[4] 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.
The district has several Buddhist relics and spiritual centres like Shamlaji.
Chandaprabhu Digambar Jain Bavan Jinalya, Bhiloda