Daman is the capital city of the Indian union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman
and Diu. It is a municipal council situated in the Daman district of the union territory.
The Daman Ganga River divides Daman into two parts Nani-Daman (Nani meaning "small") and
Moti-Daman (Moti meaning "big"). Despite its name, Nani-Daman is the larger of the two
parts, while the old city is mainly in Moti-Daman. This holds most of the important entities
like the major hospitals, supermarkets, and major residential areas. Vapi, Gujarat, is the
nearest city to Daman. According to the 2011 census, Daman District, India, has a population
of 191,173. It gives it a ranking of 592nd in India (out of a total of 640).
The district has a population density of 2,655 inhabitants per square kilometer (6,880/sq mi). Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 69.256%. Daman has a sex ratio of 533 females for every 1,000 males and a literacy rate of 88.06%.
Daman has a tropical savanna climate with two distinct seasons: a long sunny, dry season from
October to May and a hot, humid, and extremely wet monsoon season from June to September.
Almost no rain falls during the dry season. With milder mornings and lower humidity,
especially up to the middle of March, this is by far the most relaxing time of the year.
The monsoon season, though relatively short, is extremely wet. Along with the very high humidity and heavy rain every afternoon, travel is difficult and uncomfortable.
Daman also has good connectivity with various cities via road. Many public and state-owned buses run to and from Daman connecting neighboring towns of Mumbai and Surat, which are 180 and 110 kilometers away, respectively. You can choose between regular buses to luxury and deluxe bus services. You will find Volvo, luxury buses, AC Sleeper buses as well as private cabs to reach Daman.
The nearest railway station is in Vapi, which is around 10 km away from the city. Daman is well connected with all the country’s major cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Dehradun, Ernakulam Jaipur, Jammu, and Kalka by its rail connectivity.
The nearest domestic airport is located in the Nani Daman area, with regular flights to Mumbai and Baroda. Mumbai International Airport is the nearest international airport, located around 170 km from Daman.
The closest branch is situated 29.7 km away from Ujjain city. It takes around an hour to reach the nearest branch via Vapi-Motapondha road.
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Agarwal Packers and Movers Vapi
Sai Leela Arcade 2, Shop No. 12, Salvav, NH 8,
Opp. Hyundai Showroom, Near Old Big Bazaar,
Vapi, Gujarat 396191