Nadiad is a city and an authoritative focus of the Kheda locale in the Indian territory of Gujarat and the eighth biggest city in the province of Gujarat. The city of Nadiad is said to have been settled by rope artists, thus the verifiable name of "Natapadra" or "Natpur". It is additionally alluded to as 'Nandgam'. The city has nine courses, and on each course there is a stage well. The city is additionally notable for the number 9: there are 9 towns or towns situated to all the 9 streets that exit from Nadiad; 9 stage wells around the city; and 9 lakes in the city.
Nadiad was otherwise called 'Sakshar Bhumi', or The place that is known for instructed. The city was in the past ruled by Muslims, and later on by the Gaekwad of Baroda. Malhar Rao Gaekwad assembled the principal Hindu sanctuary called Narayan Dev Mandir situated in the focal point of the city. It is said that amid the rule of Ramalhad, Nadiad was controlled by seven patis. Around Salun Boarder and mosque was the 'jagir' property of Jerambhai Bechardas, was the region of Sidibaxi. Ramaldhad's 'pati' situated in Alhadvaga.
These 'patis' recommend that the general population living in these territories are 'Patidars' who are the primary farming landowners of Kheda region. The administration income division has construct its income framework in light of thiese. There are seven 'patis': Alad pati, Kakarkhad pati, Chaklashi pati, Lakhavaad pati, Hirjee pati, Ratanjee pati and Killedari pati.