After independence, the former Indian states of Cambay, Balasinor, Poniard, Khodal, Ghodasar, the suburbs of Zar and Nirmali, Badran and Petlad talukas and the 38 villages of Attarsuba taluka of the former Baroda district and six villages in the Ahmedabad district, were located. The Kheda region takes its name from the city of Kheda which stands on a plateau near the confluence of the Vanrak River and the Shed River. The English called it Kaira. In Sanskrit literature, Kheda was called Khetak. In addition, it was a large administrative town called Khetak Ahar or Vishyaya or Mandal similar to the modern region.
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The city of Kheda is famous for its tobacco farming. The nearest railway station is Mahemadavad Kheda Road.
The region has an area of 3953 km2.
There are 11 villages in total in Kheda.
There are 39 villages in the region.
There are only 1 city in the region.
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