About Rajkot

Rajkot is the 4th biggest city in the region of Gujarat, India, after Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodara. Rajkot is the point of convergence of the Saurashtra territory of Gujarat. Rajkot is the 35th-biggest urban agglomeration in India, with a populace more than 1.2 million as of 2015.Rajkot is the eighteenth-cleanest city of India, and is the 22nd-quickest developing city in the world.The city contains the authoritative central command of the Rajkot District, 245 km from the state capital Gandhinagar, and is situated on the banks of the Aji and Nyari waterways. Rajkot was the capital of the Saurashtra State from 15 April 1948 to 31 Oct 1956, preceding its merger with Bombay State on 1 Nov 1956. 

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.

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.

Travel Operators From Rajkot to Nadiad

Rajkot Boarding Points

  • 150 Feet Ring Road
  • Rajkot (Eagle Chowk)
  • 150 Ring Road (Eagle Off)
  • RAJKOT
  • GREEN LAND
  • LIMDA CHAUK
  • 150 F T RELIANCE MART
  • GREEN LINE CHOKDI
  • Limda chowk
  • Green Land Chokdi
  • Chandra Park
  • Apoorva Complex(S R S Travels)
  • Gree Land Chowkdi CRoss Road
  • Green Land Chowkdi Cross Road
  • Green Land Chowkdi Cross Road
  • Limda Chowk
  • Indira Circle
  • Limda Chowk Deep Travels
  • RAJKOT
  • rajkot
  • Near Bus Stand
  • LIMBA CHOWK
  • Gondal Road
  • Kuvadva Road
  • Gondal Choukdi
  • Green Land Chowkdi
  • 150 Ring Road
  • Madhapar Cross Road
  • Eagle Chowk
  • 02812693456
  • 150 Ring Road, Eagle Travels
  • Green land Cross Road
  • Green Land Cross road, Eagle Travels
  • S S TRAVELS LIMDA CHOWK
  • Greenland Chowkdi
  • 150 FEET RING ROAD
  • EAGLE TRAVELS LIMDA CHOWK
  • 150 ft Ring Road
  • GREEN LAND CHOWKADI
  • Gondal Chowkadi
  • Greenland Chowkadi
  • Raj Shakit Travesl Apurva Bulding Limda Chok . , Rajkot, Guj
  • LIMDA CHOWK DEEP TRAVELS
  • 150 FEET RING ROAD VRAJRAJ TRAVELS
  • Greenland Chokdi
  • Gondal chowkdi
  • 150 FEET RING ROAD SS TRAVELS
  • LIMDA CHOWK SAMAY TRAVELS
  • Hospital Chowk
  • Madhapar Chowkdi

Nadiad Droping Points

  • Vaniyavan Circle
  • Maha Gujarat Circle
  • Piplag Chokdi
  • Express Highway Nadiad
  • Express Highway Nadiad 63561 90009
  • Piplod Chokdi
  • Nadiad By Pass Express Highway
  • Nadiad By Pass Express Highway
  • By Pass Highway
  • ANAND
  • Highway
  • Nadiad-On express highway
  • Nadiad Express Highway (9227092221,9227629999)
  • Nadiad Below Nadiad Express Highway Bridge
  • Express Highway AHM-BRD
  • Express High way
  • Express High way
  • Nadiad On Highway
  • Nadiad Bus Stend
  • Nadiad bypass express highway
  • Nadiyad Express Highway ( 079-26587722/33/44 )
  • Express highway (connecting bus from ahmedabad)
  • Shivganj
  • Palanpur
  • Nigadi
  • Lonawala
  • Pimpari (Pune)
  • Chinchvad (Pune)
  • Nashik Phata (Pune)
  • Shivaji Nagar (pune)
  • Pune - Railway Station
  • M.k Sana Laxminarayan Theatre
  • Somatane Phata
  • Wakdewadi - Neeta Travels,Near TVS Show Room
  • Dheu Rooad - Savana Garden Hotel
  • Tubha Naka
  • Kalwa Naka - Sagar Travels
  • Swargate - Opp Ashray Hotel, Arihant Varun Travels
  • Nashik Phata Ishwar Travels-7385163163
  • Padmavati Parking - H.K Travels02065783783
  • Padmavati Parking HK travels
  • Talegaon Urshe - Expess Way Toll Naka 02065338338
  • Katraj - Near Wander City Building Sai Neeta Travels
  • Warje - Shakshi Varun Travels
  • Chandani Chowk - Near Bus Stop
  • Balewadi - Prasanna Purple Travels
  • Tale Gaon Phata,Pune
  • Wakdewadi,Pune
  • Dehu Road,Pune
  • Nigdi,Pune

Bus Types From Rajkot To Nadiad

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