Why Gujarat's name 'Gujarat'? The question asked in class 3

Why Gujarat's name 'Gujarat'? The question asked in class 3
It is believed that the region is named as 'Gujarat' after the name of 'Gurjar' tribe coming from Syria. In ancient times, different parts of Gujarat are known as the following:
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'Anarta': A part of the lower part of Gujarat
'Lots': Middle and South part of present-day Gujarat
'Sura rashtra': Dakshapalli part of present day Saurashtra
Gujarat has four divisions:
Gujarat's coastal and desert areas
Grounds of Gujarat
Saurashtra Highland and
Hilly region of Gujarat
1. Gujarat's coastal and desert areas
(A) Seafarers:
Gujarat has got the longest coastline. About half of India's total coastline is Gujarat. The seafarer between Damanganga and Tapi is composed of salinity mud. Tapi is known as the 'hill of suwali', which is made up of sandy hills. Tapi to Khambhat is bordered and cobbled. There are eleven bat and peam bats in the Gulf of Khelbhata. Sultanpur and Jagori bat near Bhavnagar are. On the coast of south Saurashtra, there are diy, siyal and sawai bats. Part of Manavadar to Nawibandar is known as Ghed. On the west coast of Saurashtra, Bat Dwarka, Nora bat and Fleet Bats are. From Bat Dwarka to the small desert of Kachchh, the seafront is made up of nicotine and salty sludge. The Pirotan Island of Jamnagar and Devbhumi Dwarka district is famous. Kutch is 10 to 13 km wide west and south shore. In some places 'Laguna' lake is formed here.
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(B) Desertification:
There is a large desert and a small desert in the middle of Kutch, which has an area of ​​27,200 sq. Km. In the large desert of Kutch, the highlands of Kharim, Khadir, Bella and Khoda are located.
2. Grounds of Gujarat
(A) North Gujarat ground:
The grounds have been derived from the declaration of silt by Sabarmati and Banas rivers. This ground is spread over the area of ​​Mehsana, Patan, Sabarkantha, Aravali and Banaskantha districts. The semi-desert located in the west of Banaskantha district is known as 'Gotha'.
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(B) Central Gujarat Ground:
This ground has been made by the ascendancy of the ocean, Orsang, Dhadhar, Vishwamitri, Mahi, Shedhi, Maher, Vatrak and Sabarmati river. This ground is located in the area of ​​Vadodara, Anand, Kheda, Aravali, Mahasagar, Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad district. The region between Vatrak and Mahi river is known as 'Charotar'. There are round-shaped hills made of Thaltej and Jodhpur sand in Ahmedabad on the grounds of Charotar. Madhya Gujarat's ground is fertile and is considered as the best place for cultivation.
(C) South Gujarat Ground:
This ground has been created by the projection of the sediments made by Damanganga, Par, Auranga, Ambika, Purna, Midhandola, Tapi, Kim and Narmada. This ground is spread over the area of ​​Valsad, Navsari, Surat, Tapi, Narmada and Bharuch districts. This ground is known as the 'ground floor'.
3. Saurashtra Highland
This plateau is made of basalt rocket. In this highland there are hills, Girnar, Chotila, Baroda, Shatrunjay etc. In the middle of the hills of the northern Mandawah and in the hills of the southern Gir, there is a link between the high, high area.
4. Hilly regions of Gujarat
(A) Hilly areas of Tangrajagara:
The hills near Danta and Palanpur are known as 'hills of Jasor'. As well as the hills near Khedabrah, Idar, and Shamlaji are known as 'hills of Arasur'. In Madhya Gujarat there are hills of Pavagadh and Ratanmahal. Pavagadh is 936.2 meters high. Narmada's south is the hill of Rajpipla. Tapi's South is the hills of the Seventhal (Sahadri) Mountains. Saputara (960 meters) of Dang district is the only hill station in Gujarat. Varanad district has Parnarai hills.
(B) Hilly region of Kutch:
In Kutch, there are three ranges of farther edge, central edge and south edge. There are blacks (437.08 meters), slopes, creeks, etc. on the upper edge. Middle Edge is located between Lakhpat and Wagad. These ranges include Dhindar (388 meters), Bhuji, Liliyo etc. The edge of the south stretches from the Pandhora and the mother's mausoleum to the east, to Anjar. It has Umeia (274 meters) and Zura (316 meters) hills. In the northwest of Bhuj, Varar (349 m) is situated in the hill. Kanthkot hills are situated in the playground of Wagad. Kachchh is known as 'Kanti Ground' near the coastal areas.
(C) Hail region of Saurashtra:
The highest peak (340 meters) in the hills of the northern Mandawas is Chota. Sikkala (643 m) is the tallest hill in the hills of the South of Gir. Girnar (1153.2 meters) of Junagadh is the highest mountain in Gujarat, and its peak is Gorakhnath (1117 meters), the highest peak in Gujarat. Shatrunjaya (498 meters) near Palitana, Khokra and Talaja hills in the north of Bhavnagar, Brod near Porbandar, Landhi on the land of Mahu, etc. are important for Saurashtra. In Saurashtra, the fields of Shetrunji and Bhadar, Ghagha Grounds and Morbi plains are made from the accumulation of loose silt from the igneous rocks.
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