<!-- See WikiProject Indian cities
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is a city, and a municipality
, in Ahmedabad district
, in the state of Gujarat
As of the 2009 India census
, Bavla had a population about 100000, with males constituting 53% of the population and females 47%. Bavla had a literacy rate of 69.7%, higher than the national figure of 59.5%, with 76.8% of males and 61.7% of females literate. 13% of the population was under 6 years of age.
Bavla's economy has its roots in the rice business, with an unofficial count of 130 rice mills, and a large grain market. The nearest industrial estate is at Kerala, 7 km from Bavla.
Today, Bavla is also known as a business city, and is home to a number of pharmaceutical companies..A largest golf course of gujarat is made near bavla.
The area around Bavla has a number of sites of tourist interest, including the Jain temple of Savstirth Nagar
, and a number of Swaminarayan
temples. Ancient village of Harappan civilization, named as 'Lothal' is also nearby and temple of lord Ganesha, named as 'Ganpatipura'.
Bavla is home to one of Gujarat's more traditional and older schools, the A.K Vidhyamandir School,K.D.Balmandir,M.C amin girl's School, S.M patel Primary School,C.M.amin english medium school and many more school under Bavla Education Society founded in 1942. Bavla has lots of other education institute under government management..Bavla have not... Read More