Pavagadh Hill is arranged inside a plain in Panchmahal region, Gujarat, western India. At its base is the authentic city of Champaner, while the slope station of Pavagadh was based upon the volcanic cone itself. A volcanic emission happened here roughly 500 million years back and the derivation of its name is related with ejection: Pavgadh signifies "one fourth slope" or "fire-slope", however a legend encompassing its arrangement is that the correct foot of Sati is accepted to have fallen at Pavagadh and God "sent an extensive slope according to the demand of Rishi Vishwamitra to top off a profound valley so the savvy's dairy animals don't fall into it".
With Champaner, Pavagadh slope shapes the Champaner-Pavagadh Archeological Park, which is spread over a territory of in excess of 1,329 hectares 3,280 sections of land. The site is 50 kilometers 31 mi east of Vadodara and 42 miles 68 km south of Godhra. The slope is a southern Aravalli Range exception, rising 800 meters 2,600 ft over the encompassing fields. The Dhadhar River and Vishwamitri River start on the slope. The Surya stream, which likewise ascends on the slope, joins the Vishvamitri. There are five progressive levels, Kalikamata Plateau, Mauliya Plateau, Bhadrakali Plateau, Machi Plateau and Atak Plateau.