Kodki is a large village located 11 km West of Bhuj of Kachchh (Kutch) district, Gujarat, India.

Kodki gaam is nested in a valley surrounded by the hills all the way round; with two main roads cut into the hills to provide access to Manukva (4km away) and Bhuj (11km away).

Kodki was originally a Rabari settlement dating back as much as 800 years, Leva Patel arrived in Kodki around 150 years ago.

Kodki village has a total of 745 families residing, population of 3,107 as per Population Census (2011).

Approx 700 families of Kodki live abroad (UK, Africa, Australia, Europe and UAE), Sri Kodki Leva Patel Community (UK) is very active in supporting the homeland with donations for education, health care, Gau rakshan, Gangaji and various other projects.

Kodki village is administrated by Sarpanch (Head of Village) who is an elected representative of the village.
Famous for it’s 'fiery' Lal marcha (red chillies) and Lila marcha (green chillies)and the beautiful site of Shree Kodki Gangaji.

KODKI was originally a little settlement of Rebari and Maaldharis. (Nomadic tribe, whose main activity is cow herding).
The original name was Bhavanipur, names after the Maaldhari's family goddess Bhavani Maa.

Direct road link via Bhuj-Kodki road, distance 11 km. Place of Interest :- Khari Naadi (Deep River Gorge
Direct road link via Manukva-Kodki road, distance 3 km. Place of Interest: - Beautiful site of Shree Kodki Gangaji.

Postal Address:  Village: Kodki, Dist:  Bhuj Kutch, State: Gujarat , Pin:  370030 ,INDIA      |      STD code:   0091 2832 275 xxx

Originally a Rabari Gaam
Kodki was originally a Rabari settlement dating back as much as 800 years, Leva Patel arrived in Kodki around 150 years ago.

Kodki – an ancient Pilmigrage
Kodki Gangaji is famous through out Kutch for its ancient importance as Pilmigrage Gangaji temples complex located at the foothills of kodki hills is now a popular picnic spot as well as religious Pilmigrage. Lord Swaminarayan of the Swaminarayan Sect spent a long time here. the current president of the gangaji trust Sri Keshrabhai Ravji Varsani is actively involved with other committee members in developing this beautiful place.

Education
Kodki gaam has a number of Government run primary schools as well as privately run school (kodki Leva Patel Education Trust), around 250 children are educated in the total schools, the president of the Kodki leva patel education trust sri Manjibhai Karsan Varsani is active in promoting education in the trust run school, the current school complex is fairly new and has been built with donations from kodki and NRI who originated from Kodki. for example Sri Lalji Laxman Hirani family who donated a substantial amount for the naming of the school.

Health Care
Kodak has an hospital which is a blessing for a number of smaller villages who come here to be treated for minor injuries and ailments as well as delivery of children.

Overseas
Around 700 families of Kodki live abroad (UK, Africa, Australia and Europe), Sri Kodki Leva Patel Community UK is very active in supporting the homeland with donations for education, health care, Gau rakshan, Gangaji and various other projects.