Tourism in NadiadNadiad is one of the blessed place, where Gandhiji rested in the alms-house of Nadiad. This destination is also famous for many religious spots like the temples, lakes and parks as well. Nadiad is also popular due to having a first Hindu Temple called as 'Malhar Rao Gayakwad', also known as the 'Narayan Dev', is established at the city center.
Tourists can also do shopping at giant Shopping Complexes, as well as watch movies in the multiplex. Apart from these, people can participate in DJ's which are held in some locations. There are even yoga centers and sports club located in Nadiad city; also, one can visit the town hall in Nadiad, as well as make a tour to the Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary that is just 131 Kms from Nadiad.
Religious Spots in NadiadBelow are the list of temples and churches located in Nadiad-
Methodist Church in NadiadThe Church called the Methodist Church is said to be 110 years old Methodist Church and opens its arms for people of all caste and religion. This church started to renovate between the years 2009 -2010. However, the renovation has been done without disturbing the structure, and it remains the same to its earlier state.
The walls have been made strong with concrete, polished and painted as well; while, the podium has been given the new effect. Also, the roof was completely replaced, and also floors are given a great look with modern tiles. Rather than in earlier ages, Methodist Church at present is very worth to visit.
Mai Mandir in NadiadThe temple known as ‘Shri Mai Mokshdham’ is found to be the main temple of ‘Shri Mai’ and is thus famous as ‘Shri Mai Mandir’. It is around 135 feet or 41 meters of height, and tourists are allowed to take darshan of varied kinds of 51 idols and there are around 108 spire pots. The textual matter of ‘Shri Chandipath’ is a type of text, that is charted or pictured over the marble, and has been established and wrapped upon the inner walls of the temple.
There is also a ‘Maha Shree Yantra’, made out of the gold and silver. This Maha Yantra is around 1.2 meters tall, and weighs for about 275 Kgs. The glory of the Maha Shree Yantra has been increasing day by day, and Patotsav has been celebrated every year on the 'Asho Purnima'.
Sri Raxeshwar Mahadev Mandir in NadiadThis
temple called 'Sri Raxeshwar Mahadev Mandir' is a 700 old temple devoted to Lord
Shiva, and is worshiped till today by a living saint.
This temple is established in a large premise with spacious parking and
better amenities such as ‘drinking water’ as well as the resting (a
Verandah). Also, the temple is decorated with the pictures of various
Hindu deities and saints like the 'Laxmandas ji Maharaj' and 'Narandas
Tourists can visit the 'Bhojanshala' that belongs to temple, where food is provided; but, wasting of food is not allowed here, and this temple is established in the main market area of the Nadiad city.
Maha Kali Mataji Mandir in Nadiad
There is also a temple of Mahakali Mataji Mandir which is 255 years old, that lies at the entrance of the city, and was constructed by the 'Bhao Saheb Desai family'.