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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 124 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JAFARABAD, a state of India, in the Kathiawar agency of Bombay, forming part of the territory of the nawab of Janjira; area, 42 sq. m.; pop. (1901),12,097; estimated revenue, £4000. The town of Jafarabad (pop. 6038), situated on the estuary of a river, carries on a large coasting trade.
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jafarabad is a big fishing hub there is about 600 fishing boats catching fish from sea and earn foreign currancy for nation there is most of business are related to fishing business there is fish exporters fish export also overall jafarabad is standing on only fishing business there is two cement company L&T cement jafarabad and kovaya plant two big cement company also here.
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