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Deesa APMC

(20Kg Price)

मेरे प्यारे किसान भाइयो आपका स्वागत हे ब्लॉग मे, इस पोस्ट के माध्यम से आपको Deesa mandi bhav डीसा मंडी भाव की जानकारी प्रतिदिन उपलब्ध होंगी। दूसरे मंडियों के भाव भी इस वेबसाइट पर देख सकते हो.

Address

  • SHRI Shantilal SHAH, APMC DEESA
  • Sardar Bhavan, Main Market yard, Deesa-Patan road, Deesa-385535,
  • Banaskantha, Gujarat (NG)
  • Main Yard No :- 02744-223067
  • Email :- info@apmcdeesa.com

Deesa APMC

अनाज मंडी भाव, Deesa APMC बनासकांठा की मुख्य व केन्द्रीय मंडी है, यहाँ पर मुख्य रूप से बाजरा, गेहू, मूंगफली, आलू, टमाटर, जोवर, सोयाबीन, सभी प्रकार की डाले और अन्य सभी फसले किसानो द्वारा विक्रय की जाती है। Deesa apmc से आसपास के सभी किसानो जुड़े हुए है. Deesa APMC की जानकारी भी प्रतिदिन cojective वेबसाइट पर देखे सकते है।

Deesa APMC में सबसे ज्यादा प्रसिद्ध डीसा के आलू है. Deesa में हर साल लाखो टन आलू का उत्पादन किया जाता है. और किसान Deesa APMC में aalu mandi rate today आता है.

आप अगर Mandi Bhav Today ऑनलाइन और सरकारी योजना जैसी माहिती प्रदान करना चाहते है तो आप लोग हमारी वेबसाइट विजिट कर सकते है। ये वेबसाइट आपको ऑनलाइन मंडी भाव के अलावा बहुत सारी किसान के रिलेटेड महित प्रदान करता है।

Deesa is a city and a municipality in the heart of Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat, India.

History

Deesa is situated on banks of the river Banas. Deesa was also recognized as camp Deesa as it was under the rule of Deewan saheb. In the year 1821 A.D, a British cantonment was established in the middle of Rajasthan and Palanpur. The main aim of the army cantonment was to maintain and protect these regions as well as to provide security to the eastern part which has Bhilad localities. Now its name is New Deesa.

Deesa’s army cantonment was also known as “Deesa Field Brigade”. This regiment was recognized so as its main aim was to keep an eye on and control the activities of Sardars (leaders) of Dacoits which were active between Abu and Kutchch regions. The agency was given the special duty of protecting the forest and the residents from the harassment of other tribal communities like Khosas, Bhills, Daferas as well as provide security to the north Gujarat residents from these tribal conflicts.

In 1813 A.D. many problems started arising in the Deesa area. Tribal communities like Bhills & other Rajputs started harassing the local people and with intention of keeping these local people safe British cantonment was formed. British army established many army barracks in this region.

Nearby places

juna deesa – 5 km – sidhambica temple

dantiwada – 15 km – banas dam

mount abu – 75 km – hill station

ambaji – 60 km – goddess amba temple

balaram – 35 km – picnic spot and temple

pavapuri – 100 km – jain tirthdham

bhiladiyaji – 22 km – jain temple

ahmedabad – 170 km – Gujarat’s main city