Karamsad is a city and a municipality in Anand district in the Indian state of Gujarat. It is part of the Chhagaam Gol. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, one of India's most noteworthy pioneers in the Indian Independence Movement experienced childhood in Karamsad. It was additionally the home of his senior sibling Vithalbhai Patel, who was likewise a vital political pioneer. The Patel siblings lived with their two senior siblings and one more youthful sibling and sister, and guardians Jhaverbhai and Ladba Patel in a mud-block house adjoining his family's ranch possessions.
This house is protected to date as a remembrance to Patel. The date of foundation of Karamsad isn't precisely known, yet amid the time of Kumarpal i.e., in 1155 AD, the town comprised for the most part of individuals from Koli clans. This people group needed legitimate farming abilities. Along these lines, they used to victimize, take or work as hirelings if opportunity allowed. In 1211, Aja Patel, initially from Hilod a town close Adalaj, came over and settled here. Due to his abilities, horticultural creation expanded and the town thrived.
The points of interest consequently from Aja Patel to Kupa Patel are not accessible, anyway Kupa Patel was from the twelfth or fourteenth era of Aja Patel. Kupa Patel was a passionate aficionado of Lord Shiva. He had got Lord Shiva's sanctuary redesigned, which was in ruins and arranged in the western side of the town. That was well worked by his child Lakha Patel. He had additionally helped assemble a lake in the town.