Dahej, also known as Dehej or Dehejbara or the Port of Dahej, is a small town located on the south-west coast of Gujarat, in the Gulf of Cambay. It is situated between the junction of Guljaria and Ban Creek. Dahej is an all weather direct berthing port having multi cargo capacity. The people inhabiting this place are involved in the port activities, as well as in factories located in the town. Most of the people who live here are Gujaratis and Sindhis. Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism are the religions followed here. People of Dahej wear both traditional and western clothes. The popular dishes of this town are paunk, undhyoo, gujarati kadhi, dhabele, rotla, dal dhokli, chakli, gujarati kasundi, khandvi and thepla. Almost every restaurant at this place serves these dishes.