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Jamnagar(jäm`nəgər), city (1991 pop. 381,646), Gujarat state, W central India. A port on the Gulf of Kachchh, which is an arm of the Arabian Sea, Jamnagar has naval and aeronautical schools. It is a transportation hub, with road, rail, and air transport. A radium institute is also in the city. Jamnagar is a district administrative center known for its silk, embroidery, and marble. There are cotton-textile mills and manufactures in cement and pottery.
or Navanagar, a city in India, on the Kathiawar Peninsula in the state of Gujarat, on the Gulf of Cutch. Population, 214,800 (1971). Flour, wool, and silk mills, a vegetable-oil extraction plant, and leather, chemical, and cement industries are among the city’s industrial establishments. There is an age-old dyers’ craft and the manufacture of embroidery, clothing, and pottery.