Geography of NadiadNadiad is a town of Kheda District of Gujarat State, that has an elevation of 37 m, and is situated just 21 Kms (East) from the Kheda headquarters, and just 73 Kms from the Gandhinagar (State capital) towards North, with a latitude 22°42' N and longitude of 72°52' E. This town of Nadiad falls in the border of the districts such as the Kheda and Anand, with 185 Villages and 67 Panchayats.
The taluka of Nadiad is wrapped by ‘Mahudha Taluka’ (North), Umreth Taluka (East), Mehmedabad Taluka (North), Kheda Taluka (North). Nadiad is surrounded by Amod Taluka (East), Vagra Taluka (South), Khambhat Taluka (North), and Borsad Taluka (North); while, there are other cities such as the Khambhat and Cambay, Karjan and Bharuch, which are the nearby Cities to Nadiad, and close to the Arabian Sea.
Climate of Nadiad
The climate of Nadiad has extreme Hot summers; while, Nadiad has the highest temperature in summers, where temperature will be between 32° C to 46° C. While, average temperatures between the months of January till May is that, January has 21° C; during the month of February, it has 23° C; and in the month of March, the temperature will be 28° C; whereas in the April month, it will be 32° C, and May is 36° C.
Demographics of NadiadIn Nadiad people speak 2 different languages; one is Gujarati, another one is Hindi; however, educated people also talk English Language here.
Total population of Nadiad Taluka is 488,628 living in 96,039 Houses, which spreads across 185 villages and 67 panchayats. Out of which, males include 254,941 and the number of females consists of 233,687. There are total of 232,894 persons who live in the town; while, there are Rural people with population of 255,734 in Nadiad.
Geology of NadiadNadiad district performs timber trade as well as the export of wood to other regions of India, and have a very good unique market system that operates in this town.
This town is a model in the true rural development, and includes the agro-forestry, as well as a large scale timber-based industries in the town of Nadiad. And these industries are associated with the timber production in that region.
Topography of NadiadNadiad is a wonderful city that is surrounded by mountains such as the Pavagadh with 65 Kms; Mount Abu that is 212 Kms N; also, Mount Salher that is 244 Kms; Wilson Hills which is 248 Kms S; and Girnar Peak as well. Apart from these, the town is also covered by rivers such as Shedhi river and Piplag Lake and Elisha Lake, as well as some of the other far flung spots, where different basic amenities are provided for surfing, mountain climbing, skiing and so on.
Flora and Fauna of Nadiad
There is no natural forest in Nadiad, but still the tree density is fairly good. Population of Neem tree is very low in high rainfall regions. Also, Nadiad is blessed with moderate rainfall that differs from 120 cms to 70 cms. Roads, canals, as well as railway sides, wastelands and agricultural fields will have large numbers of trees. Nadiad city has almost half of the total of Goras Amli trees. Also, it is good in growing large number of Neem trees, and the hilly region in the east is famous for better population of leopard and sloth.