Nasvadi

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Nasvadi is name of a town, a village as well as a Taluka in Chhota Udaipur district of Gujarat, India.

History[edit]

Princely State[edit]

Before independence, during British India, Nasvadi was a Princely State of India, ruled by Hindu rulers of Solanki clan of Rajputs. The princely state of Nasvadi was spread over an area of 51 km2.[1] Nasvadi was a tributary state under Gaekwads of Baroda.

Present Status[edit]

Taluka[edit]

At present Nasvadi is name of a Taluka of Chota Udaipur District of Gujarat, which has 220 villages under its jurisdiction. It used to be a part of the Vadodara District. But after the formation of new Chhota Udaipur district on 26 January 2013 for decentralisation, it joined the new district.[2][3][4]

Village[edit]

Nasvadi is also name of a village in the Taluka, which is 1.6 km from Taluka Head office, which incidentally also is known by name of Nasvadi (town)[5]

Town[edit]

Nasvadi town, the Taluka headquarters, is 71 km from Vadodara. It is 173 km from its State capital Gandhinagar.[5]

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