Kheda is an Indian township located in Gujarat. Previously known as Kaira, it was ruled by the Babi Pashtuns but was taken over by the Marathas. During the British rule in India, Kheda was a part of the Bombay Presidency & remained a military station till 1830.
Kheda is hoisted at 70 feet above ocean level and is hemmed by different small taluks. The rivers Shedhi and Vatrak are the major sources of water in Kheda district. The climate of Kheda is tropical moderate in nature. Precisely, only the months of June-July are hot when the average temperature reaches 36°C. On the other hand, the winter season, especially during December-Mid February, sees a downfall in the mercury level that scales between 10°C-18°C.
Kheda houses limited tourist attractions. The places like Balasinor, Dakor Temples, Utkanteshwar Mandir, Sree Somnath Temple and Nadiad. The tourists visit these places for spending some god quality time in Kheda.