An Overview of Chanasma GIDC
Chanasma is a region in Chanasma Taluka of Patan area in the territory of Gujarat, India.
There is a legend concerning the name of the town. There was a mosque on the bank of the tank in the town which had twelve windows to take a gander at the moon (Chand), each for every month. In this way, the town came to be known as Chand-masa which advanced into Chanasma. The mosque does not exist anymore.
Chanasma is situated at 23.72°N 72.12°E. It has a normal rise of 61 meters (200 feet).
The Bhateva Parshwanath Jain sanctuary was constructed in the first half of the nineteenth-century at the expense of ₹7 lakh. The temple is worked with stone and has lavishly cut pictures and figures including that of 24 Tirthankaras. The picture of the main God is made of sand and cow-compost. The floor is covered with marble.
There are temples of Pimpaleshwar Mahadev, Nilkanth Mahadev, Ramji Mandir, and Verai Mata. A dargah of Navagaja Pir is situated close to the town.
Om Public School, Chanasma Kids, Std 1 to 12 Science, arts and commerce School. Entire Daycare school with International Campus. Chanasma additionally has a arts and commerce college and five schools that give training until twelfth grade.
The town has banks, post office, market yards just as assembling and industrial units. It likewise has a Chanasma Nagrik Co-usable Bank. It additionally has clinics and a veterinary emergency hospital.