Gandhinagar is the capital city of the Indian state of Gujarat. Often hailed as the greenest capital in India, it is fast emerging as a desirable destination for real estate for the Gujaratis, with neighbouring Ahmedabad spilling over.
Essentially, located in a green farm belt, it houses major Gujarat Government organisations and administrative buildings, along with famous educational institutes like the National Institute of Design, National Institute of Fashion Technology and the Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology.
Gandhinagar is just 30 km from Ahmedabad. Nearest railway station is Kalupur, Ahmedabad while the nearest airport is at Ahmedabad. Buses ply quite frequently to Gandhinagar.05:16, 8 May 2008 (EDT)220.127.116.11
There's no local public transport available here. You need to take autos or the buses going / coming to / from Ahmedabad. You can try taking lifts from people, as people are nice here.
Swaminarayan Akshardham, Sector 20, J Road. Its a major attraction of Gandhinagar.
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