Articles tagged under: Patan

Give ticket to son or will resign, give ticket to wife of will rebel as independent: Two BJP MPs sulk

November 19, 2017
Give ticket to son or will resign, give ticket to wife of will rebel as independent: Two BJP MPs sulk

Ahmedabad: Prabhatsinh Chauhan, BJP Lok Sabha member from Panchmahal seat in Central Gujarat today said he will file nomination form from Kaalol assembly seat as independent candidate tomorrow. He said he is needed in Gujarat and not in Delhi. He said people come to him for all works but don't go to MLA. He said there are 75,000 votes in Ghoghamba and they could be gained one-sided if his wife was given ticket. Chauhan said sitting MLA of Kaalol wakes up at noon and doesn't do any work of pe...Read More

Rahul takes out time from busy poll-schedule to visit Rani ki Vav, a world heritage site of UNESCO

November 13, 2017

Patan: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who continued his temple-visits on the third and final day of the fourth leg of his Navsarjan Gujarat Yatra also took some time out of his busy schedule to see the Rani ki vav, a world heritage site of UNESCO which is an intricately constructed step well situated in the town of Patan. Rahul in the morning visited Vir Meghmaya temple in the town which is deemed an important temple of the Dalit community. He later went...Read More

Hardik, Dinesh to be produced in Patan court late this evening in loot/Dacoity case

August 29, 2017

Patan: Patidar Anamat Aandolan Samiti (PAAS) leader Hardik Patel and his close aide Dinesh Bambhaniya, who were arrested last night in connection with a case of dacoity and loot lodged by a PAAS leader against them and 9 others in B-division police station here will be produced in Chief Judicial Magistrate court here late this evening, police said. Police said that attempts to nab some other accused were also being made. 'Hardik and Dinesh will be produced before a co...Read More

Hardik Patel, aides booked for physical assault, dacoity, loot, arrested by police

August 28, 2017
Hardik Patel, aides booked for physical assault, dacoity, loot, arrested by police

Update: Hardik Patel has been arrested by Ahmedabad police while Dinesh Bambhania has been arrested by Rajkot police in this case. They shall be handed over to Patan police and will be produced in court later. Police may seek remand of them and other accused in this case. _______ Patan: Patidar Anamat Aandolan Samiti (PAAS) leader Hardik Patel and 10 of his supporters including his close aide Dinesh Bambhaniya have been booked under various charges including that of dacoity and loot ...Read More

Silt removal from flooded agri land exempted from royalty for 2 months

August 05, 2017
Silt removal from flooded agri land exempted from royalty for 2 months

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today announced another relief for the flood-hit Banaskantha and Patan districts. He exempted contractors from paying royalty for removing silt (sand and clay) from agricultural land, left behind by floodwaters. It is for a period of two months. The objective is to make the farmland cultivable again, fast. During his five-day stay in the recent heavy rains’ worst hit districts, he had observed that large tracts of farmland have been rendered ...Read More

Official note on latest relief actions in flood-affected Banakantha and Patan districts

August 01, 2017
Official note on latest relief actions in flood-affected Banakantha and Patan districts

Gandhinagar: The government body along with the help of voluntary organization is working for the rescue and relief of the affected people in the district of Patan due to the recent floods caused by heavy rains. In order to ensure that the people have a provision of the basic facilities, as many as 5,13,529 food packets , 6,48,261 water pouches along with 9,446 packets of other necessary items have been distributed till date. The work related to taking care of the deceased livestock i...Read More

Rs 400 crore development works inaugurated/launched in Patan district

June 10, 2017
Rs 400 crore development works inaugurated/launched in Patan district

Patan: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today inaugurated/launched works for Rs 400 crore development projects of Patan district at Radhanpur in north Gujarat. Inaugurations: - 400 kw power sub-station at Veloda in Saraswati taluka benefiting the people of Patan, Mahesana, Banaskantha districts. -101 school class rooms across 28 villages. - Shristhal museum in Bindu Sarovar campus of Siddhpur. - ITI building at Sami. - LCD TV and CCTV cameras. - Nutritious food kits distribution a...Read More

List of Goddesses worshiped about 1,000 years ago in Siddharaj Jaysimh’s Gurjar desh

October 10, 2016
List of Goddesses worshiped about 1,000 years ago in Siddharaj Jaysimh’s Gurjar desh

Photo from Ranki Vav built by Siddharaj Jaysimh's grand mother Udaymati, the queen of Bhimdev 1st By Japan K Pathak Sidhdhraj Jaysinh Solanki ruled Gujarat during 1094 - 1143 AD. He is till date considered the most succesful ruler of Gujarat under whom then Gurjar desh earned unmatched prosperity and glory. Sidhdharaj had constructed many landmark structure including Rudramahal in Siddhpur and Sahastraling Talav in Patan  - the city which was then capital of Gurjar desh. There were ...Read More

India gets possession of 12th-century Brahma sculpture stolen from Patan in Gujarat

October 01, 2016
India gets possession of 12th-century Brahma sculpture stolen from Patan in Gujarat

From Aditi Khanna London:India today formally regained the possession of a 12th-century sculpture of Brahma and his consort Brahmani from the UK, 15 years after it was stolen. Indian High Commissioner to the UK, Navtej Sarna, took possession of the marble sculpture, which was stolen from the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Rani-ki-Vav in Gujarat's Patan in November 2001, from UK's Art Loss Register (ALR). The artefact was recovered by London-based ALR, which specialises in the recovery an...Read More

Sculpture stolen from Ranki Vav in Gujarat in 2001 recovered in London

September 30, 2016
Sculpture stolen from Ranki Vav in Gujarat in 2001 recovered in London

London: A sculpture of Brahma and his consort Brahmani stolen from the UNESCO World Heritage Site Rani-ki-Vav at Patan in North Gujarat in November 2001 has been found in England. Indian high commissioner Navtej Sarna is going to formally take possession of the sculpture from the Art Loss Register (ALR) in India House at London today. The stolen artifact had resurfaced in London in 2015 in an advertisement by an art dealer. The sculpture was handed over to Art Loss Register after the o...Read More