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Vastu in Gambia
Gambia is a very small country, following Vastu Shastra is not possible here, because there is very less Indian population in this country. This science Vasthu came into existence from Indian land and spreads all over the world.
Everybody knows that when residents implement Vasthu techniques, there is a huge chance of experiencing peace and development in our life. After experiencing these positive vibrations only many were still following vastu shastra tips.
Following vastu tips is a very easy process. The only challenge is we have to find out the best vastu consultant and thereafter obtain appropriate vastu shastra guidance from him.
Genuine vastu expert always safeguard their client's life and enhance opportunities to experience development. It's the reason one should follow expert vastu specialist advice.
When residents in Gambia ready to start a factory, we are hear to help them with free online vastu consultancy services. Use this promo code: "Gambia The Best", this promo code works up to 31st of August 2018. Without promo code, we charge the fee on all online vastu consultancy services.
We likes to help Gambia nation, is there anybody to avial our vastu services to Government of Gambia. It's free. Our vision is every country and all humans on this earth should live with peace. Everybody should have food, shelter and cloth. Let us start a mission to make our earth so beautiful. Come forward to make Gambia most attractive country on this earth.
When we implement vastu techniques, there is perfect chances to see development in Gambia. Further our vastu pandit services are free for the Government of Gambia. Let us start.
We are thankful to vastu consultant in Houston who guided us this country information to be published in our website. Gambia, officially the “Republic of Gambia” is a country located on Western African coasted. The borders of the country are circumscribed by Senegal in all directions except the Atlantic Ocean towards it’s West.
The country is named after the “Gambia River” which runs across the country until it falls in the Atlantic. The Gambia is one of the smallest countries in the African region and found its deep roots in the colonial ages and slave trade.
The country has not been affected by civil wars and other conflicts similar to other African Nations and is a member of United Nations (UN), the African Union and Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
The ancient history of Gambia is not much known, one of the earliest records recorded of the area was by Muslim traders that actively visited the region in 9th and 10th centuries.
Later, many Muslim scholars and traders made their way to the region all the way from the Middle East and preached Islam. This is the reason most of the people of that time converted to Islam. The region first came in contact with the Europeans by the end of 16th century and was Portuguese.
The Portuguese claimed but were later sold to the British Merchants. The area was later one of the major slave suppliers as millions of local inhabitants were, kidnapped or forced into slavery. Thanks to vastu expert in California providing this information.
During the late 17th and 18th century, the country saw the large struggle between French and British to gain control. Other than slavery, a large number of locals recruited in the British Army and died in different places. The country got its independence in 1965 as a constitutional monarchy under the Commonwealth. Many thanks to vastu consultant in NJ who provided this information.
The Gambia is a small country that merely lies around the “Gambia River” and is one of the smallest countries in the Africa mainland region. The modern boundaries of the are the result of an agreement held between Britain and France in 19th and are approx. 50 kilometers wide at its widest point. The country features fertile and grassy lands stretched all over the country.
The coastal areas are mostly covered with Guinean Mangroves. As the river flows throughout the narrow country, around 11% of the total area of the country is covered by water. Due to the country’s locality near the Ocean, the country has moderate and typical coastal climate. Thank you dear vastu consultant in Phoenix for providing the appropriate information.
The country is inhabited by a number of ethical groups and each had its own preserved culture, languages and traditions. One of the largest ethical group in the country is Mandinka.
English is the official language of the country as English has deep roots in the country due to the colonial background. Also, there are other numbers of languages spoken all over the country. Islam is the predominant religion of the country and has approx. 90% followers followed by Christianity that accounts for 9% of the total population. Islam reached the region in 9-10 century by Muslim preachers and Traders from the Arab world. Thank you dear vastu consultant in Harrisburg for providing Gambia country information.
- Country Gambia
- Capital City Banjul
- Area: 11,295 km²
- Population: 2.039 million (2016)
- Currency: Gambian dalasi
- Official languages: English
- Demonym: Gambian
- Government Unitary presidential republic legislature National Assembly
- Religions: Islam, Christianity, Others
- Time Zone: GMT(UTC+0)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +220
- Internet TLD .gm
- Gambian National Bird Hamerkop
- Gambian National Flower White Variety
- Important Cities: Banjul, Brikama, Serekunda, Bakau, Farafenni, Sukuta, Kerewan
- Famous Rivers Gambia River, Niokolo River, Kotu Stream
- Border Countries Senegal
- Spiritual Places Banjul Central Mosque, Kumbija Big Mosque, Palen Sanjal Mosque, Upper Baddibu Mosque, Tuba Koto Mosque, Madina Mosque, Kombo North Mosque, Pipeline Mosque, Calvary United Community Church, Abiding Word Ministries, Bakau Methodist Church, Wesley Church
- Tourist Attractions: Kunta Kinteh Island, Bijilo Forest Park, Abuko Nature Reserve, River Gambia National Park, Kiang West National Park, Albert Market, Arch 22, Bao Bolong Wetland Reserve, Niumi National Park, Tanje Village Museum, Gambia National Museum
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