Gujarat Association of Middle Tennessee, also known as GAMT is a Non-Profit Organization established in 1997. GAMT caters to families associated with the region of Gujrat, India residing in Middle Tennessee.
GAMT welcomes and respects all cultures from India. The organization’s vision is to increase the cultural and heritage awareness of Gujarat, India within the youth and families having ancestral history from Gujrat, India.
GAMT is committed to continue to preserve Gujarati traditions and cultures by continuing to strengthen and promote Gujarati and Indian festivals with our local “Middle Tennessee community”.
Gujarat is the land of great contrasts, stretching from the salt deserts of the Kutch district in the northwest, across scrublands of Saurashtra Peninsula rising from the coasts to rolling hills in the center, where the state reaches its highest elevation, at 3,665 feet (1,117 meters), in the Girnar Hills. To the east of Saurashtra, small plains and hills, tribal areas of Panchamahal in the north merge with fertile farmlands in the south. The richness of the central and southern Gujarat is attributable to Sabarmati, Mahi, Vatrak, Vishwamitri, Narmada, and Tapti (Tapi) rivers to name a few.
Gujarat is a land of the Entrepreneurs and Patriots, Unity and Peace, Saints and Sacrifices and a Pious Land Somnath, Dwarka, Pavagagh, Palitana, Dakor and countless other places where people get inspired to live a better life.