Rajpipla is a present day township in the Indian state of Gujarat. In the bygone times, Rajpipla was a princely state and was known as Nandipuri during the rule of Gurjara kings. During the 13th-century, it came under the rule of Gohil Rajputs but was integrated into the Indian union, post independence.
Beckoned by the mesmerizing Satpura hills, Rajpipla is elevated at a height of 486 feet above sea level & is fed by the tributaries of rivers like Tapti & Narmada. It spans a gross area of 4000 sq. km. in which major portion of land is fertile plain. The climate of Rajpipla is defined as humid. During the summer season, the average temperatures vary between 35°C-38°C whereas drastically fall down and stay below 15°C during the winter season. Rajpipla receives an adequate amount of rainfall during the monsoons.
Due to a well-defined architecture, the city of Rajpipla is a tourist destination in itself and words won’t be enough to describe its beauty. Other alluring spots that draw the visitors from different directions are Chandod, Kabirwad, Ratanmahal sanctuary, Shiva Temples, Shoolpaneshwara sanctuary etc.