Rajkots population is the highest in India and has the highest number of residents living in any of the Indian states.
The city is also home to the largest number of Dalits.
Its also one of the few cities in the world that doesn’t have a Muslim majority.
It has a Muslim population of just 3.7%.
The rest of India has more than 8.3% of the population.
In Rajkota, the city is famous for its Taj Mahal, a sacred structure built in the 7th century AD.
It is the third-tallest building in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, and the largest in the country.
Taj Mahals are usually visited by dignitaries.
It houses the Taj Mahas temple and its gardens, and a temple dedicated to the Mahatma.
A woman stands next to a Taj Maha.
Source: Getty Images/Wikipedia”The city is the most religious city in India.
Its also one the few places in the United States that has no caste system, so its very inclusive of people of all castes.
Its very safe and there are no problems in public,” said Anand Sharma, a student at Delhi University.
“I feel comfortable and safe here.
I feel like a normal person here.”
The Hindu Kush is a sacred site in Rajkott, but it is the home of many of India’s most revered Hindu gods.
It’s the birthplace of the Hindu god Kali, the guardian deity of many ancient Indian deities.
It’s also a very Hindu city.
According to local reports, the only Hindu temple in the city was built in 1947.
Hindu pilgrims have traditionally come here, hoping to get an opportunity to worship at the Taj.
The city also has a large Hindu population.
“It’s very diverse, but we are not a religious city.
There are many Muslims here and Muslims are the majority here,” said the resident of the area.”
We have a lot of Hindus and a lot Muslim residents here,” the resident said.”
But there are a lot more Sikhs here as well,” said another resident.
“There are a couple of Sikh temples in the area too, so that’s also something else.
You can see them here, but they are not always visible.”
This is one of many residential areas in the heart of Rajkotti.
This area has a mix of Dalit and Muslim residents.
Source: Reuters/Getty Images”People come here every day to pray at these temples and they come to us for a special occasion,” said a resident of a nearby village.
“But the mosques are closed for the holy month of Ramzan and we haven’t been able to get them to reopen.”
Rajkot’s residents are also the only ones who know how to speak Punjabi.
They also live in a separate community called Tandon, which is also known for its large Muslim population.
“When we first came here, we had to wear our turban and dress in our clothes and that was very awkward.
But after some time, people came and said they were going to start doing that and the turban became the only thing that we could wear,” said an elderly woman in a pink robe.”
I feel like I’m an outsider here and we don’t have any caste system.
The police don’t come here,” she added.
In 2017, a Muslim group called Jamat-e-Islami (JI) organised a protest in front of the Taj, but the rally failed.
A similar protest against the Taj in the same year, but failed, too.
This year, the JI and its supporters tried again, but were denied entry into the city.