Fulaga

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Fulaga
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Fulaga Island ke chhapa
Geography
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Location Pacific Ocean
Coordinates 19.17° South
178.65° West
Archipelago Lau Group
Total islands 40
Area 18.5 sq km
Country
Fiji
Division Eastern
Province Lau
Capital city Suva
Largest city Suva (pop. 77,366)
Demographics
Ethnic groups Kaiviti (54.3%), Hindustani (38.1%) Others (Chaina, Gora, Duusra Pacific Islanders) (7.6%)

Fulaga (pronounced:fulaŋa, Aslii naam: Vulaga , Fiji ke Lau Group me ek crescent-shaped reef-limestone island hae.

Geography[badlo | edit source]

Ii island 19.17° South aur 178.65° West me hae[1], aur iske area 18.5 square kilometres hae. Isme sab se uuncha jagha 79 metres hae.

Demographics[badlo | edit source]

Ii island me tiin gain , Muanaicake, Muanaira and Naividamu, hae. Iske puura population sab se jaada 600, 1950s me rahaa lekin abhi 400 se kamti hae kahe ki hian se larkan log Viti Levu parrhe khatir aur admii logan kaam khoje khatir jaawe hae.

In Tradition[badlo | edit source]

Ii island ke log traditional carvers, aur outrigger canoes aur 'tanoa' banae me skilled hae.(

References[badlo | edit source]

  • The Fiji Islands: A Geographical Handbook, By Ronald Albert Derrick,Published 1951, Govt. Print. Dept, Fiji.
  • Fiji by Casey Mahaney, Astrid Witte Mahaney, Published 2000 by Lonely Planet, ISBN 0864427719
  • New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics; Published by The Royal Society of New Zealand
  • The Cyclopedia of Fiji: A Complete Historical and Commercial Review of Fiji, Published 1984, By R. McMillan, Original from the University of Michigan, Digitized 3 Apr 2007.

External links[badlo | edit source]

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, P250
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