Gandhidham or Gandhinagar, is situated in the Kachchh (Kutch) district, towards the
The town of Gandhidham was built in the 1950s, at a location which was a few miles inland to the port of Kandla on the Gulf of Kutch. The prime aim to build the town of Gandhidham was to accommodate the refugees from Sindh of Pakistan, post partition. The place was given the name Gandhidham as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi.
Gandhidham was a barren land. Hence the residents had to depend on Kandla port and free trade zone related activities for their living. The town gradually grew over the years. After the earthquake of 2001, the town of Gandhidham has undergone a major change. Now Gandhidham is a fast growing town with several manufacturing units in and around the town.
Gandhidham is divided
Gandhidham is a famous pilgrim
Gandhidham is well connected to all the major cities of Gujarat and the neighboring states. Gandhidham is at a distance of about 289 km from Ahmedabad, 396 km from Baroda, 935 km from Pune and 1082 km from Delhi. With the rise in tourism, there has been a subsequent improvement in the hospitality industry in this area. Gandhidham is also a haven for
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|Ertiga/Tavera or Equivalent||300 KM||Fare 13 INR/Km||3900|
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|Tempo Traveller 12 Seater||300 KM||Fare 20 INR/km||6000|