Jhulasan is a small but one of the significant villages of 42 Kadava Patidaar Samaj. It's located in Kadi Taluka, district of Mehsana in the state of Gujarat, India. It has population of about 5,000. Majority of the residents are farmers. About 1700 people from Jhulasan have migrated to USA. Some families have migrated to Canada too. Other families have migrated to nearby city of Kalol and Ahmedabad. There are many large temples in this village. The Dola Mataji temple is the biggest one and world wide popular. There are Swami Narayan Temple (Under Nar-Narayan Dev Gadi), Radha Vallabh Temple (Radhe Radhe), Ramji Mandir, Sat Kaival Ashram, Gogleshvar Mahadev, Nilkantheswar Mahadev temple (Mahadev Vas) with Shitla Mata and Hanuman Temple. Diwali, Holi, Uttarayan, Temple Patotsav, Garba, and New Year are some of the festivals celebrated each year in Jhulasan. There are several lakes in Jhulasan and now it is also getting water from Narmada River Canal. Jhulasan Prathmik Shala (primary school) provides education from 1st to 8th grade and C.P.Gajjar High School provides education from 9th grade to 10th grade. To get HIGHER EDUCATION after that, one has to go to nearby village of Pansar or Vadu or city of Kalol or Ahmedabad. Jhulasan village is one of the most developed villages in Kadi Taluka. Most of the population in this village is Patels. Thakore, Raval, Rabari, Gajjars, Suthars, Barots, Harijans, Ravals are minorities. American astronaut Sunita Williams' father, Deepakbhai Pandya, a doctor in Boston, migrated to USA in early 1960s.