|• Official||Gujarati, Hindi|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Nanadiya is a small village in in Gujarat, India within the Manavadar taluka of Junagadh district. It is located between Junagadh and Porbandar, around 25 km from the Arabian Sea. It has an average elevation of 24 metres (78 feet) above mean sea level.
The village population is approximately 3,000 with farming the most common occupation. The village contains the Dayaram Ashram and temples to Rama, Mahadev, Hanuman and Shrinathji. The village has a school and a high school as well as an anganwadi childcare centre.
Until the Independence of India in 1947 the village was ruled by a nawab. Since 1977 it is within Porbandar parliamentary constituency.
Nanadiya is close to the villages of Sitana, Nakra, Vadala, Bantwa, Manavadar, Kahkhavi, Mitadi and Matiyana and to the town of Bantwa. The major crop is groundnuts but cotton, maize, millet (bajra), sorghum (juwar) and cumin are also cultivated.