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About Nadiad

The city of Nadiad is said to have been settled by rope dancers, hence the historical name of "Natapadra" (outskirts of/for natas) or "Natpur" (city for natas). It is also referred to as 'Nandgam'. The city has nine routes, and on each route there is a step well. The city is also well known for the number 9: there are 9 villages or towns located to all the 9 roads that exit from Nadiad; 9 step wells around the city; and 9 lakes in the city. Nadiad was also known as 'Sakshar Bhumi', or The land of educated.

The city was formerly ruled by Muslims, and later on by the Gaekwad of Baroda. Malhar Rao Gaekwad built the first Hindu temple called Narayan Dev Mandir located in the centre of the city.

It is said that during the reign of Ramalhad, Nadiad was ruled by seven patis. Around Salun Boarder and mosque was the ‘jagir’ (property) of Jerambhai Bechardas, was the area of Sidibaxi. Ramaldhad’s ‘pati’ located in Alhadvaga. These ‘patis’ suggest that the people living in these areas are ‘Patidars’ who are the main agricultural landlords of Kheda district. The government revenue department has based its revenue system on thiese. There are seven ‘patis’: Alad pati, Kakarkhad pati, Chaklashi pati, Lakhavaad pati, Hirjee pati, Ratanjee pati and Killedari pati.

Abu Road to Nadiad bus services

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Abu Road Boarding Points

  • Abu Road
  • C.T.M.
  • Kalupur Railway Station
  • Ahmedabad R.T.O. Circle
  • Abu Road Check Post
  • Shrinath Travels Sirohi
  • Sundesha Travels
  • MAKUMBURA CHAURAHA
  • ANAND EXPRESS HIGHWAY
  • ANAND BY PASS
  • Valia Chokdi
  • Ashirwad Hotel,valia chokdi
  • Ankleshwer By Pass
  • Anad Rao Circle
  • Bardoli By Pass
  • Amit Nagar Circle

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