Mr. Jawahar G. Desai, Prashant J. Desai, leading lawyers.
Pardi is a town and a municipality in Valsad district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Roughly 14 km south of the district headquarters city of Valsad, Pardi has a rail station on the Mumbai-Vadodara line of Western Railway (India). National Highway 8 bisects the town in east and west regions. The town has a municipality office and a court. The city centre also known as Bus Stop is at intersection of Roads from Chival (West), Umarsadi (East), Damni Zampa (South) and Valsadi Zampa (North). It has a wonderful lake called talav spread over 99 acres which is proposed to be made tourist place in near future. The bank of lake is a place for evening walk by elders. Historically there is a Hill in the middle of town facing the lake where it is said Shivaji built the Killa (Fort). Its from this Killa (Fort)that the town is also called Killa-Pardi
The city of Vapi, a large industrial township for small-scale industries, falls under Pardi taluka administration and is about 14 km south of Pardi town. Pardi has its own industrial zone which is governed by GIDC and caters mainly to the Chemical industry.
Udvada, the holy town for Parsis, is about 7 km south of Pardi town.
Pardi is located at 20.52°N 72.95°E? / 20.52; 72.95. It has an average elevation of 18 metres (59 feet).