Welcome to Nadiad, the Gujarati city said to have been settled by rope dancers. Also called Natapadra, Natpur, or Nandgam, this once-Muslim-ruled city has a special relationship with the number 9.
The birthplace of famous living and dead legends such as Indian cricketer Akshar Patel and Iron Man of India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Nadiad apparently has nine routes, with nine stepwells, and nine cities or villages on the nine exit roads. Also, there are nine lakes in the city!
Discover the oregional Nadiad famous food such as the renowned Nadiadi chavanu – a sweet and sour traditional Gujarati mix that will leave your tastebuds tingling with the flavours of this colourful city long after it’s over.
Exploring the city is a delightful experience, as you gaze awestruck at the 700-year-old Sri Raxeshwar Mahadev Mandir with darshan of a mind-boggling 51 idols. When in the city, do not forget to check out the amazing handicrafts Nadiad is especially known for.
You can take a Nadiadi out of Nadiad, but you cannot take Nadiad out of a Nadiadi. Which is why SaleBhai is here, meeting all your nostalgic needs as well as helping you discover more.