Nadiad is the administrative centre of the Kheda district in the Indian state of Gujarat. The Nadiad Municipality governs the city. The Santram Mandir, the Mai Mandir, the historic Swaminarayan temple built in 1824, and the Anand and Hari Om Ashram are all popular attractions. Nadiad, located in the central part of Gujarat, India, is a bustling city known for its historical significance, cultural heritage, and agricultural prominence. Covering an area of approximately 30 square miles (78 square kilometers), Nadiad lies along the banks of the historically revered Saraswati River. The city is renowned for its rich history, with landmarks such as the historic Shri Santram Mandir, the iconic Swaminarayan Temple, and the picturesque Shri Ranchhodrai Dakor Temple reflecting its cultural significance. Nadiad is also known for its thriving agricultural sector, particularly in the production of dairy products, vegetables, and cotton, contributing to its economic prosperity. With its bustling markets, vibrant festivals, and cultural landmarks, Nadiad offers visitors a unique and immersive experience in the heart of Gujarat’s cultural and economic landscape.

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