Soyatkalan or Soyat Kalan or Soyat is a town and a nagar panchayat in Shajapur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is located on Indore – Kota highway at the bank of Kanthal River and near kalisindh river. Surrounded with the Rajasthan border from three sides, it is a well known center of transport business between the two states.
As of 2001census, Soyat kalan had a population of 13,576. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Soyat Kalan has an average literacy rate of 62%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 79%, and female literacy is 51%. In Soyat Kalan, 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Nearest Towns/Cities 
Pirawa – 18 km, Susner – 30 km, Jhalrapatan – 40 km, Jhalawar – 45 km, Ujjain – 120 km, Kota – 110 km, Indore −180 km jaipur-300 km; bhopal-225 km
Kali Sindh basin 
The Kali Sindh basin stretches between the southern and northern limits of the district. It occupies the major parts of Susner and Shajapur tehsils and a very small part of Agar tehsil. The southern part of the region is hilly whereas the northern part is plain. The hills gradually decrease in height form south to north. There are a few scattered hillocks in the central and northern parts also. The altitude of the region varies between 450 and 528 meters above the mean sea level. Numerous streams originate form the hilly area and dissect the surface. Kali Sindh is the main river, which traverses through the hills and further flows on the eastern border of the district. Lakundar is the main rivulets of Kali Sindh that flows northwards. Geologically the entire region is a part of the Deccan Trap of the Cretaceous Eocene period. Its main tributary,Kanthal river,is the largest source of water in Soyatkalan.
Hindi, Malwi & Rajasthani