Surat is a city located in Gujarat state, which is in western India. Due to immigration from different regions of Gujarat and other Indian states, it is one of the most dynamic cities in the country and has one of the quickest growth rates. In terms of population, Surat is the eighth-largest city in India and the biggest outside of the capitals. Surat is the fourth-fastest expanding city in the world, according to the city mayor's foundation report. The city's economy is thriving. The textile and diamond industries are centred there. 90% of the world's total raw diamond cutting and polishing, according to an estimate, occurs in Surat. Surat produces 40% of the nation's overall output of man-made fabrics and 28% of the entire production of man-made fibres in the textile industry. Surat is one of India's cleanest cities, with a decadal growth rate of about 55%–60% over the past four decades. Its previous legacy is as diverse as its present, which is the most lively. The Brits first set foot in India at this city. Together with the British, the Dutch and the Portuguese founded commercial hubs in Surat, some of which are still visible in the city today. There used to be ships from over 84 different countries berthed in this majestic harbour at any given time. People still go from all across the nation to Surat for business and employment, carrying on the same tradition. Due to the extremely rapid expansion of several companies in and around Surat City, employment opportunities are more readily available in Surat, where the jobless rate is almost 0 percent.
Visit Surat from October to March for the best weather and travel options. Like every other city in India's western area, Surat experiences the same types of weather. The summers are hot and humid here, with temperatures reaching up to 40 to 45 degrees centigrade. The days might be difficult and unpleasant. Typically, the nights are relaxing. With temperatures only dipping to 15-20 degrees, the community may breathe a sigh of relief from the mild winters here. The best time to book a trip is during the winter, which typically starts around October and lasts until March. Navaratri is also enthusiastically observed here in the months of October and November, and dances like Garba and Dandiya can be seen all throughout the city.