Państwo Indie
BurmistrzSandhya Vyas
Powierzchnia104,86 km²
Wysokość134 m n.p.m.
Populacja (2008)
• liczba ludności
• gęstość

1 335 397
12735 os./km²
Nr kierunkowy281
Kod pocztowy360001
Tablice rejestracyjneGJ3
Położenie na mapie Gudźaratu
Mapa konturowa Gudźaratu, w centrum znajduje się punkt z opisem „Rajkot”
Położenie na mapie Indii
Ziemia22°18′N 70°48′E/22,300000 70,800000
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Rajkot (hindi राजकोट = Radźkot, gudźarati: રાજકોટ) – miasto w zachodnich Indiach, w stanie Gudźarat, w środkowej części półwyspu Kathijawar. Około 1,25 mln mieszkańców.

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Location map of India.

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  • N: 37.5° N
  • S: 5.0° N
  • W: 67.0° E
  • E: 99.0° E
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The Flag of India. The colours are saffron, white and green. The navy blue wheel in the center of the flag has a diameter approximately the width of the white band and is called Ashoka's Dharma Chakra, with 24 spokes (after Ashoka, the Great). Each spoke depicts one hour of the day, portraying the prevalence of righteousness all 24 hours of it.
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Bandstand in the Queen Victoria memorial institute buildings located in Jubilee Garden, Rajkot.
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Flag of Rajkot Principality until 1948
Flag status and standard of the Thakur sahib (Sovereign) dating back to a date not known and in until 1948. Scaling about 3/5. The dark blue cloth, through an unusual yellow cross of St. Andrew and centrally grand showed the emblem of the prince, without the colors. The moon, Chandra appeared together antelope, who rode when he was on earth. On sickle moon, written રંજે ધર્મી પ્રજા રાજા in Gujarati, which means "gifts from heaven to the people of regime". On both sides, two tridenti of Siva and the top Katar, a rajputa weapon, alludes to the sovereign.