Gandhinagar is the capital of Gujarat, an Indian state. It is located on the Sabarmati River's west bank and known as the home to the Akshardham temple. Since Mahatma Gandhi was born in Gujarat, there was a strong desire to make Gandhinagar a purely Indian venture. Two town planners who had apprenticed with Le Corbusier in Chandigarh were in charge of the planning.
Summer, monsoon, and winter are the three major seasons in Gandhinagar's tropical wet and dry climate. Outside of the monsoon season, the atmosphere is dry and humid. From March to June, the weather is hot to extremely hot. During the winter months of December to February, it is warm during the day and very chilly at night.
Travel through national highway NH 48 and NE1 to Rd Number 3 in Sector 8, Gandhinagar and then drive to Police Bhavan Rd in Sector 9 for about 3 min to reach Gandhinagar.
Take a train to Surat, then take the Red Bus from Delhi gate Surat directly to Gandhinagar.
Take a flight to Ahmedabad from your point of a place, and then, depending on whether you are taking a car or train, you can follow the exact instructions given above.
If you are taking a train to surat, you can take a direct red bus from there to Gandhinagar.
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