Bhat (About this sound[ˈbhaːt]) is a Village in Daskroi Taluka in Ahmedabad District of Gujarat State, India. Bhat is situated close to the bank of the Sabarmati River, 24 km towards west from District central command Ahmedabad, 5 km from Daskroi and 49 km from State capital Gandhinagar.
Holi Dhal is a conspicuous town square in Bhat, Daskroi town. It is encircled by verifiable structures. It is a vegetable market toward the beginning of the day, a fabric advertise in the early afternoon and the road food showcase around evening time.It is named after custom function of Holika Dahan. In the celebration of Holi townspeople praises the passing of Holika so as to spare Prahlad at this spot so now it is known as Holi Dhal. In former times, individuals use to contribute a bit of wood for Holika blaze. This clamoring open square close to the focal point of the town capacities as a vegetable market toward the beginning of the day and evening, and a fabric showcase toward the evening. It is generally popular, in any case, for its food slows down that begin to develop around 7:30 at night and proceed till late night, with different nearby road snacks. Some legacy structures are in region. The dedication sanctuary of Lord Shiva known as Dudheshwar Mahadev is arranged in Holi Dhal. It was the primary pol (lodging group) of Bhat. Prajapati and Patels settled here around the 1450s. There is one sanctuary other than pol, Dudheshwar Mahadev sanctuary.