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Vadodara Location Map
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The most fascinating aspect of Vadodara location is that located on the banks of river Vishvamitri. The city is located on 22°30' North latitude and 73°20' East longitude. Vadodara is located at an altitude of 636 feet.

Vadodara is located at a distance of 1893 kilometers from Kolkata, about 1028 kilometers from Delhi, about 448 kilometers from Mumbai and about 1724 kilometers from Chennai. Some of the towns and cities of India that are located at a vicinity to the city are Thane (405 kilometers), Surat (142 kilometers), Solapur (790 kilometers), Bhavnagar (300 kilometers), Bhopal (509 kilometers), Kandla (478 kilometers), Udaipur (378 kilometers), Ujjain (378 kilometers), Jodhpur (552 kilometers), so on and so forth.

CityVadodara
StateGujarat
DistrictVadodara
Total Population1,306,035
Total Male684,130
Total Female621,905
Total Population (0-6 Age Group)140,493
Total Male (0-6 Age Group)76,419
Total Female (0-6 Age Group)64,074
Total Literates 1,023,940
Total Male Literates 561,739
Total Female Literates 462,201



Last Updated on : July 30, 2019



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