Talala is a little inviting town in Gir Somnath district belongs to the Gujarat state of India. It is also known as the capital of Gir. Talala is 75 km away from Junagadh and is home to Asiatic lions and sprawling mango gardens. Previously, Talala was a part of Junagadh district but currently, it comes under Gir Somnath district. The utterly delicious local Kesar mangoes are available in the APMC Market Yard Talala. Sri Bai Ashram is seated on the shores of Hiran River which holds a lot of historical significance. Buddhist Relic associated with Kshatrapas era is in the forest very near to Hadmatiya village of Talala Taluk. The location of Buddhist Relic is on the shores of Sarasvati River.
The well-known villages that are a part of Talala include Ankolvadi, Abudi, Bhojde, Borvav, Chitrod, Dhava, Dudhala, Gabha, Gadhula, Gola, Gundaran, Haripur, Hiranpur, Kisa, Kutiya, Lushala, Vansali, Virpur, and so on.