About Chapter

Bharuch not only has a unique geographical and historical significance, but it also holds a crucial place in Gujarati culture, contributing to its literature, arts, festivals, and cuisine.

Bharuch is in the southern part of Gujarat's peninsula. Its size and population of around 1.5 million are comparable to that of Greater Boston. The district is strategically positioned on the Narmada River's outlet into the Gulf of Khambat, an essential shipping channel providing inland access to the kingdoms and empires in central and northern India.

As one of the oldest cities in India with a history dating back to the era of the Mahabharata and Ramayana, Bharuch has been a melting pot of cultures and traditions. The ancient city is mentioned in several historical and mythological texts, underlining its cultural and historic importance.

The city has contributed immensely to Gujarati literature, with many prominent writers and poets hailing from Bharuch. The region's unique folk music and dance forms add to Gujarat's rich cultural tapestry. Its traditional crafts, particularly textile weaving and pottery, have been passed down through generations.

Chapter Ambassador

Kirti Joshi


An enthusiastic educationalist and a dedicated social worker with a consistent urge to be helpful for the upliftment of my country.

She has perused many degrees such as, B.Com, B.ed, M.ed. Presently working as Principal, Navjivan Vidyalaya, Bharuch. She is fond of reading, music, travelling.

She is even :

  • Trustee, Tapovan Sanskar Kendra, Bharuch
  • Trustee, Shri Narmada Sanskrit Ved Pathshala, Bharuch
  • Member of NGO ‘Pavitra Bandhan’ (Marriage bureau for handicapped)
  • Charter Past President of ‘Rotary Club of Bharuch Femina’ Year 2018-19