Nadiad situated between the Vindhya Range and the Gulf of Khambhat is a town located in West India is the state Gujarat. Rope dancers are said to be the first occupants in this region. Nadiad is well known for its holy places and has had several names since the ancient times like Nandgam, Natapadra and Natpur. It is also now one of the supreme trade hubs and the busiest town in Gujrat. Indian spices are the major trading business. Santram Mandir is a popular sacred and tourist place here. The temple observes a huge crowd every year and includes a number of idols and shrines. The main complex of the temple is 40 meters high, carved with holy on its interior.
Flying to Nadiad: Vadodara Airport (59.9 km away) is the nearest airport to Nadiad. It offers international flights from Toronto, Dubai, Singapore, Kathmandu(Nepal), Bangkok, Sydney and domestic flights from Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bhuwaneswar, Mangalore, Banglore, Goa, Cochin.
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