Hadmatiya is a village in the Jamnagar district of the Indian state of Gujarat located 21 kilometres (13 mi) from the city of Jamnagar.
In 1875 the Sanghani family arrived from Matava and began a new life in Hadmatiya, which was one of the most important princely villages of the Saurashtra Region. Hadmatiya was originally constituted as the Halar district, and although a relatively modern settlement, its location is of great antiquity and dates back to the ancient period of Jamnagar.
All residents of Hadmatiya are Gujarati and speak Gujarati language. Kathiawadi, a variant of Gujarati, is widely used for day to day communication. Major communities include Patels, Rajputs (Darbars), Satvara (Dalvadi), Ahirs (Yadav), Bhanushalis, Mers, Jains and Lohanas etc.
In Hadmatiya 75 per cent of people are patels and 20 per cent Rajputs (Darbars) while 5 per cent belong to other castes.