Gajana is a small village in Jamnagar district of Gujarat, India. It is situated near the Lalpur and Lalpur is the tehsil of Gajana. There is a river near the village and its name is Mokhavati.
The large temple of Bholeshwar Mahadev is the main attraction of Gajana. The temple is famous for its fair on Shravani Amas. Many people come in this fair and enjoy the fair.
Another holy place in the village is Jirranpir Jali which is situated on the bank of Mokhavati. Many people come to this place to attain happiness.
There are two main religions in Gajana- Hinduism and Islam. People of the village live together in happiness. They celebrate many festivals like Holi, Diwali, Janmashtami, Rakshabandhan, Id, etc. Most of the people of Gajana are farmers. People's main income comes from farm and farm workers.
There is one primary school in the village which has many facilities for the children.
The head of the village is called a Sarpanch, who is selected by people of the village by election. The Sarpanch of the village is Manjulaben Kirangiri Goswami.
Category:Villages in Jamnagar district