CLiPS Gams History

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List of CLiPS Gams and Gores

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Ahmedabad (Gujarati: અમદાવાદ Amdāvād, Hindi: अहमदाबाद) Ahmadābād is the
largest city in the state of Gujarat and the seventh largest urban agglomeration.
Bakrol It is a village about 8 kms from Anand & is next to Vallabh Vidya Nagar within the Anand Taluka. The name of the village is so, because it was native of Demon.

Bhadran  In 1796 A.D. Narsingbhai Patel settled in a town called Bhadran near the Bhadrakali Mata Temple. The town was originally named Bhadrapur. Years ago in Padampur, nearly two kilometers away from Bhadran
Town, there used to live two brothers name Bhadrasur and Aghasur. The majority of the people here were very cruel. They defeated Devas with a power graced by Mahadeviji. Agonized Devas payed to the mighty goddess Uma and two Shakties named Bhadrakali and Ambaji, were created.

Dharmaj The history regarding the settlement
of Dharmaj is very ancient. Some say it was settled by Dharma Rabari in 1130 A.D. Dharma Rabari found Shiva Ling,while digging in the remote area of the jungle. He used to take his cows there for grazing. Rangaji Patel from Virol came to Dharmaj to settle in 1675 AD. Rangaji Patel’s descendents are the Patidars of the five Khadki’s. The patidars of Dharmaj have thorough knowledge of agriculture. Even while the maximum crop was extracted, the land had remained fertile. Tobacco is the main corp of the town. Nicotine was processed from tobacco by Urvakunji Nicotine Industries in Dharmaj. The town is not only agricultural, but industrial too.

Karamsad Karamsad is a city and a municipality in Anand district in the state of Gujarat. It is part of the Chha gaam Gor (Circle of Six
Villages). In 1211, Aja Patel, originally from Hilod (a town near Adala), settled in Karamsad. The sixth generation of Krupa Patel, the Devidas settled down at Devraj Paru, near the town of Karamsad. Jibhai, the
son of the Devidas, was assassinated by the Kories and Muslim in 1693. After Jibhai’s death, his four sons Mahijibhai, Bhavajibhai, Laljibhai, and Sadhubhai went to Alindra, thier mosar. In 1719, the four sons of Mahijibhai together with their uncles, Bhavjibhai. Laljibhai and Sadhubhai came back to Karamsad acquiring the land from the emperor of the Ahmedabad. The land was distributed among the seven family members. The name of Khadkies are Bhayani Khadki (Gokaldas), Bapani Khadki (Govendas), Hathibhaini Khadki (Sunderdas), Mothabhaini Khadki (Jivabhai), Jini Khadki (Bhavjibhai), and Chhatthi Khadki (Laljibhai).

Mahudha is a city and a municipality in Kheda district in the Indian state of Gujarat.

Mogari is situated on 22-32′ north
east longitude 72-56′ latitude. It’s a leader in religion and business.

Nadiad The city of Nadiad is said to be settled by NAT(rope dancers). Hence the historical name is “Natiprad” or “Natpur”. It is also referred to as Nandgam. The city has nine routes, and on each route there is a pond. Hence, the city is now widely known as Nadiad. The city was formerly ruled by Muslims, and later on by the Gaykwad of Baroda. Malhar Rao Gaykwad built the 1st Hindu Temple called Narayandev Mandir.
The patidars were the main residents of Nadiad. They are seprated into 4 groups: Desai Vago, Samaldas Desai, Kakerkhad, Lakhwad, and Samdi Chakla. The Patidars of Desai Vago were the descendants of Kheta Patel. Vaghibhai Samladas Desai constructed a pond name Kheta Talav in 1798.
In 1800, he was honored by Gaykwad and given the title Desai. Some of the Desai family members had a chance to be educated because of the opportunities provided by them by the Britishers. The sons of Haridas and Biharidas Desai were the advisors to the rules of Kachaa and Saurastra. They are distinguished by Bhao Shaeb (Respected brother in Maharashtra). Dharmsingh Desai was the member of the parliament and wll known industrialist. He established tech industries and the Technical College in Nadiad. Later it was converted to an Autonomous University.
Nar Nar is located at 22°28′ North
latitude and 72°42′ East longitude in
the Anand district, Gujarat, India. It is located along the Western
Railway’s Anand route.

Ode Ode is located at 22°37′ North latitude and 73°07′ East longitude in the Anand district, Gujarat, India. The Ode railway station is located about three miles from the gam. Pij Pij is located at 22°40′ North
latitude and 72°48′ East longitude in
the Kheda district, Gujarat, India. It is located along the Western Railway’s Nadiad route.
Piplav gam is the native gam of the great, Veer Visandas Patel, who led to obtain “Patidar” name officially from the Mogual King Aurangzeb’s administration. It is three miles form Petlad and the land of Ashapuri Mataji’s great temple, where people comes from all over the Gujarat state, to take their first child’s hair off (called Babri Utravavi). There was a small hiding place behind the temple, where there is a belief,  that the Pandava were hiding in their last year of vanvas from Kaurava.
Sarsa  Sarsa is near Anand it is situated 22-33 latitude & 73 4′ longitude the ode it was on the road from where caravan of traders
The town was originally called Sojanpur or Sojatypur, later changed to Sojitra. Ancient documents and archaeological surveys indicate that Sojitra is an ancient town that has experienced several name changes and been under the control of many different political entities. Popular mythology of the area credits the current incarnation of the village as originally being settled by Sojan Rabari and his family, who named it either Sojanpur or Sojatypur. At some point this was shortened to Soja, which later mophed into the current name. The village proper itself was mostly settled and established by family members of the Patel family line . In 1527, when the immediate area was under the control of Raval rules, Surabhai Patel left Chapaner and moved to Adalaj and again in 1552 with one of his two sons, Virabhai Patel, to Devtaji. In 1575, Muzfarshah the Second, allotted the land of Sojitra to Jeshangbhai Patel, the son of Vitabhai Patel, for hereditary use. The land was distributed among seven inheritors: Harakjibhai, Sunderbhai, Bhunderbhai, Saudasbhai, Ambaidas, Pragdas, and Mahidas.

Sunav The early settlers established the
township in 1269 AD. It was named Sravanavya then and later became Sunav, as we know of it now.
Tarapur Tarapur is a village located in the state of
Gujarat, India. It is located about 6 miles north of the Bay of Khambhaat (Cambay),

Thamna Thamna’s Babalbhai Metha was the image of Ravi Shankar Maharaj’s Social work. Entire Gujarat was the working area of Ravishankar
Uttarsanda Uttarsanda is located at 22°40′ North latitude and 72°54′ East longitude in the Kheda district, Gujarat, India. It is located along the Western Railway route near Anand.

Vadodara Vadodara (Gujarati: વડોદરા, Hindi
Marathi: बडोदा), pronunciation (help·info), also known as Baroda, is the third most-populated city  in the State of Gujarat, India.
Vadtal is a small village in the Kedha district of Gujarat, India. Ot is known for its original Swaminarayan temple.

Vaso Vachchha Patel of Undhhel settled the town Vaso, met Vasundhara Mata in 1224. The town is called Vaso, which is named after the Goddess, Vasundhara. The history of the town, Vaso, consists of warriors, sacrificers, and patriots, who prepared citizens to extend their knowledge to realize the meaning of independence in the truest sens. Vachchha Patel’s fifth generation was Aju Patel. Vachchha Patel was well known for his bravery. Aju Patel was honored by the Emperoro Akabar of Delhi and was given the title of Amin. Aju patel had a brother named laljibhai. Venisha, Bajisha, and Desaibhai were known for the heroic exploits. Venisha invited the Patels of Charotar and initiated the social forms. The patidar of the Chh Gams accepted these reforms. Virsad
Virsad Gaam : First known settler was Vasandas Patel who was originally from Piplav. 

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