Home  |  About Us  |  Citizen's Charter  |  Contact Us  |  Feedback
What's New
  List of Custodian
  CFS / Warehouse
  Custom House Agent
  Vessels Movement
  Public Notice
  Tender Notices
  List of Defaulters
  Photo Gallery
  Cargo Tracking
  Reward to Informer
  Related Links
  Fishing / Creek Passes
  Accredited Clients Programme
  Online Services
About Jamnagar
Jamnagar was founded in 1540 A.D by Jam Raval, a Jadeja Rajput leader who migrated from Kutch.  Jamnagar was the capital of the prosperous princely state of Nawanagar for four centuries.   Jamnagar  is also known as the 'Jewel of Kathiawad'. It is a coastal town about 300 kms west of Ahmedabad and 92 kms. from Rajkot.

Jamnagar is the hometown of the world famous cricketers Ranjit Sinh and Duleep Sinh after whom theRanji and Duleep Trophy are named in domestic Indian cricket tournaments.

Jamnagar is known for its tie & dye work on fabrics, silken & gold embroidery and brass article work.

The places like Pratap Vilas Palace, Ranmal Talav, Bhujia Kotha and blend of other old and ancient monuments and broad streets, imposing facades and squares make Jamnagar as one of the most beautiful cities in the Saurashtra region.

In additi on to above `PIROTAN ISLAND' - only one MARINE NATIONAL PARK of its kind in India is situated almost 16 Nautical Miles away in Arabian Sea from sea coast of Jamnagar.  Area of the island is almost 3.0 square kilo meters, and covered with Marine Trees, dense forest - "Mangroves". The Pirotan Island has beautiful scenarios, and Majestic view of Sunrise and Sunset.

The entire forest & coral reef Island have various marine lives, such as various types of marine species like King crabs, Hermit crabs, Ghost crabs, Scorpions, Wiper- Isosceles, Sea snakes, Sea slugs, etc.  The forest on island is also good place to watch various species of birds.
  Customs Act
  Customs Rules
  Customs Tariff
  Case Law-ECS
  Nominated Banks for payment of duty
  Authorized Banks for e-payment through ICEGATE
  Customs Duty Calculator
  Baggage Rules
  Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  Right to Information Act
  Departmental officers
Home  |  About Us  |  Mission  |  Contact Us  |  Disclaimer | Feedback