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For the development of Rajkot and Saurashtra region the Rajkot Chamber always stands in front for its development viz, providing the facility of Broad Gauge to Saurashtra region, developing the facility of telecommunication at the concerned levels for microwave facility and the representation at the concerned levels for microwave facility and the facility of Information for modern technology in Gujarat. The Industrial state of GIDC was first established in Rajkot, and the Rajkot Chamber has contributed a lot for the development of Rajkot region in the field of Boeing Service, Saurashtra University, Doordarshan Kendra and Medical College etc.


Rajkot is a city in Gujarat state, India. It was once the capital of the princely state of Rajkot, and is now the headquarters of Rajkot District. It is located in the middle of the peninsula of Kathiawar, some 70 kilometers from the Gulf of Kachchh. The town is bisected by the Aji River. Its most notable institution is Rajkumar College, which was founded in 1870 for the education of the sons of local chiefs and princes, and was modeled by its founder, Col. R. H. Keatinge, on Eton College. Mahatma Gandhi was educated in Rajkot at the Alfred High School (founded in 1875). Once the capital of the princely state of Saurashtra, Rajkot was founded by Vibhoji, the younger son of Ajoji. It is the town where Mahatma Gandhi spent the early years of his life. The city, also a former British government headquarters, has a number of impressive colonial buildings and educational institutions. It is famous for silver, textiles and a National weaving institute which promotes traditional weaves. The pleasant town is an important industrial area and a religious centre of the Arya Samaj.