Makarba is a locality in the Ahmedabad district of Gujarat, India. Under India's flagship Smart Cities Mission, Ahmedabad has been chosen as one of the hundred Indian cities to be built as a smart city. Ahmedabad was ranked third among the world's ten fastest-growing cities by Forbes in 2010. Ahmedabad was named India's best city to live in by the Times of India in 2012. Makarba had an estimated population of 18,090 people, according to the 2001 India census.
Makarba has a warm, semi-arid climate that needs significantly less rainfall than a tropical savanna climate. The three significant seasons are Summer, monsoon, and winter. Except during the monsoon season, the environment is arid. The weather is pleasant from March to June.
From your point of origin, take NH 48 and NE1 to Makarba, Sarkhej-Okaf, then proceed on Sarkhej - Gandhinagar Highway to Fahm Technologies Road Makarba. Ahmedabad is connected by rail to major Indian cities such as Mumbai, Pune, Surat, Shirdi, Gandhinagar, and Udaipur through the Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service (AMTS) and interstate bus services.
Travel to Ahmedabad Junction/The Kalupur Railway Station in Ahmedabad links the city to all major Indian cities, including Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Goa, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Patna. Passengers can get from the station to any place in the city using buses, taxis, or rickshaws. From Ahmedabad Junction and then travel to Sarangpur Terminus and then take a Bus (bus no.150, bus name: SH Sarkhej Gam) to Sarkhej and then walk to Makarba.
Travel to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad, which connects to all major domestic and international destinations. It is one of Gujarat's busiest airports, located about 14 kilometres from the city centre. Passengers can conveniently book a pre-paid taxi or cab from the airport to Makarba.
The Branch is situated at very close proximity, approximately 9.1 km.