Ukaidam

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Ukaidam
Neighbourhood
Country India
State Gujarat
District Surat
Government
  Body Surat Municipal Corporation
Languages
  Official Gujarati, Hindi
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
394680
Telephone code91261-XXX-XXXX
Vehicle registration GJ
Lok Sabha constituency Surat
Civic agency Surat Municipal Corporation
Website gujaratindia.com

Ukaidam is an area located in Surat, India.

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