Dahida is a village in Dhari Taluka of Amreli district, Gujarat, India. It is a former non-salute princely state.
The separate tribute-paying princely state under Lakhapadar thana in Sorath prant was ruled by Vala Kathi chieftains.
In 1901 it comprised three villages, with a combined population of 915, yielding 13,500 Rupees state revenue (1903-4, nearly all from land), but paying no tribute.
The population was 491 according to the census of 1872 and 770 according to that of 1881.