September 17, 2021

8 Fantastic Places to Visit in Kheda


Top Tourist Attractions in Kheda (Nadiad)

Nadiad is the administrative centre of the Kheda district in the Indian state of Gujarat. The Nadiad Municipal Corporation is in charge of the city. Santram Mandir, Mai Mandir, the ancient Swaminarayan temple established in 1824, and the Anand and Hari Om Ashram are also worth seeing.

Best Places to Visit in Kheda (Nadiad)

  1. Galteshwar Mahadev Temple
  2. Santram Temple Nadiad
  3. Kund Vav, Kapadwanj
  4. Gopaldas Haveli, Vaso
  5. Hot Water Pools
  6. Ranchhodrai Dakor Temple
  7. Tirthrajshree Swaminarayan Temple, Vadtal
  8. Natural beauty paradise, Pariej

Best Time to Visit in Kheda (Nadiad)

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How to Reach Kheda (Nadiad)

By Air

The district’s nearest airport is Vadodara, which is around 61 kilometres from Nadiad City. Another higher-frequency airport to serve the area is Ahmedabad, which is around 67 kilometres from Nadiad City. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is the name of Ahmedabad’s airport. From here, a variety of local and international flights are accessible.

By Train

Nadiad is the administrative and commercial centre of the Kheda district. The Nadiad Junction railway station is the district’s principal railway station. The railway network in Kheda district connects it to the rest of the country. The district is connected to Mumbai and Ahmedabad by a wide gauge rail line.

By Road

The major surrounding cities of Ahmedabad, Anand, and Vadodara are well connected to the Kheda district. The district is crossed by National Highways NH-8, NH-59, NH-228 (Ahmedabad-Dandi route: Dandi historical route), and NE-1 (Ahmedabad-Vadodara Expressway).

State Highways numbered 2,3,12,16,59,60,63,83,89, 139,140,141,144,149, 150,151,188,210 of total length in the district approximately 500 KM also passes through the district. GSRTC buses may be used to get to the district’s major destinations.


Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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