Gandhi Nagar


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Gandhinagar, the Capital of Gujarat is located in the banks of Sabarmati River. Named after Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, this is the second planned city in India. The well known Akshardham Temple is located in this planned city.

The city is divided into 30 sectors and each sector has its own shopping and community centre and Schools.

The city has summer, monsoon and winter seasons. The Weather is hot from March to June and is humid from June to September. The city experiences cold weather from November to February.

The nearest airport is Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport at Ahmedabad. The nearest railway station is at Ahmedabad Railway station. The city is well connected by road network. National Highway number 8A connects the city with Ahmedabad.

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