Gandhinagar Travel

Gandhinagar is often termed as Gujarat’s cosmopolitan new capital. This is a peaceful city which was named after Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. The layout of this city is such that it remains India’s second planned city followed by Chandigarh. Gandhinagar is rich in cultures which clearly show in its festivities and diverse dance forms like Garbha, Raas and Dandiya. The city is also a paradise for food lovers as it brings to you diverse varieties of food items like dhoklas, khandvi, khakra and Shrikhand.

Top Places to Visit:  

Akshardham Temple
The Akshardham temple of the city remains one of the largest temples in India. Pilgrims visit here to worship Lord Swaminarayan. The grand complex of this temple was completed in 13 years and was finally inaugurated on October 30th, 1992. Over 6,000 metric tonnes of pink sandstone was used in the construction of this temple which was brought here from the state of Rajasthan.

Children's Park
Children's Park of Gandhinagar is equally popular among kids and adults alike. Here you can relish leisurely strolls apart from riding a mini train and boating at the lake. This is a great place for planning a day picnic and enjoying beautiful vistas of nature.

Adalaj Stepwell
Adalaj Stepwell helps in fulfilling water requirements of Adalaj Village. This is a historic step well built in 1498. The architecture of this Stepwell is exceptionally beautiful which showcases the brilliance of engineers and architects of that era.  People visiting here love capturing this Stepwell in their camera lens.

Sarita Udyan
This is a picnic spot very popular among locals. The park offers a great time to kids as well as adults with its serene ambience and pristine aura. Boating can be enjoyed here during evening hours.

Indroda Nature Park
Indroda Nature Park covers an area of 428 hectares mostly blanked with thick forestation and rich vegetation. It was established in 1970 and is known today as a stunning man-made forest.  The park has been categorized into various sections dedicated to different flora and fauna such as Dinosaur and Fossil Section, Earth Section, Marine Section, Plant Section and Botanical Garden.

How to Reach
By Air: The nearest airport to Gandhinagar is the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport in Ahmedabad at a distance of 27 kilometres.
By Rail: The Ahmedabad Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Gandhinagar.
By Road: The city enjoys a good road network with all major cities of Gujarat.


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