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The city of Valsad is located in the district of the same name in the southern region of Gujarat. Formerly known by the name of Bulsar, the city boasts of a rich history that dates back to before the colonial era. The region is also renowned for being the gateway through which the Parsis entered the India. The famous Dandi beach, from where Gandhi Ji started the Civil Disobedience movement, is located only at a distance of 16 kms from the city. Other attractions in the region include several temples such as the Sati Mati and Somnath Mahadev temples as well as Wilson Hill and Tithal Beach.
Valsad Railway Station
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The Valsad railway station is run and managed by the Western Railway Division of Indian Railways and is an important station for several major trains passing through the region. It is the station nearest to the popular tourist destinations of Daman and Dadar and Nagar Haveli. Being a major transit point, it is quite common for passengers to order food from train at Valsad station, from the most renowned e-catering service providers.
Cuisine Of Valsad
The general cuisine of Valsad region consists primarily of vegetarian Gujarati dishes with a significant influence of Parsi cuisine. The use of sugar in all dishes is quite common that enhances the unique taste of the cuisine. In addition to the traditional Gujarati and Parsi dishes, passengers can also order food items from other popular regional and international cuisines. The e-cateres fulfill the orders in partnership with the best restaurants and eating joints in Valsad city known for their freh and hygienic preparations.
Culture Of Valsad
Valsad is an industrial town and a large section of the population consists of either the middle class service community or small business owners. The city has a generally multicultural society, with people from different parts of India having settled here to earn their livelihood. The city is renowned for being the home town of renowned dignitaries and film personalities including Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, former Prime Minister, Morarji Desai, actresses Bindu and Nirupa Roy. The literarcy rate in the city is quite higher than the national average and it boasts of many distinguished schools, colleges and institutions offering good quality education to the children and youth of the region.