Gandhinagar is the capital city of the western Indian state of Gujarat. It is named after Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the Indian nation. It lies on the banks of the Sabarmati River in the western part of the state. Gandhinagar is the political and administrative hub of Gujarat. The city is home to many important government offices, ministries, and institutions.
The city of Gandhinagar is a well-planned city, with wide roads, well-maintained gardens, and green spaces. It is divided into 30 sectors, each with its own shopping area and recreational activities. The city also has several iconic landmarks, such as Akshardham Temple, Mahatma Mandir.
Gandhinagar is the hub of Gujarat’s industrial economy. It is home to several industrial and manufacturing units, as well as IT and ITES companies. The city is well-connected to other parts of Gujarat and the country by road, rail, and air. It is also a major transport hub in the state, connecting other cities and towns of Gujarat.