A portal designed and developed under the Smart City Initiative for Government departments, Citizens of Gandhinagar and Tourists which enables access to a wide range of information using Geo-Spatial technology. The portal can be used to search information related to property, sector/ward, public utilities, prominent tourist spots and other location based services.
Akshardham literally means the divine abode of God. It is an eternal place for one to offer devotion and experience everlasting peace. Swaminarayan Akshardham at Gandhinagar is a mandir – a Hindu house of worship, a dwelling place for God, and a spiritual and cultural campus dedicated to devotion, education and unification.
A visit to Akshardham is an enriching experience. Whether it is in realizing the power of prayer, in feeling the strength of non-violence, in becoming aware of the universal nature of Hinduism’s ancient principles, or just in admiring the beauty of God’s abode on Earth – each element has a resounding significance.
Mahatma Mandir is a convention centre and a memorial located at sector 13, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. It is inspired from life and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi. It is one of the biggest convention center of India spread over 34 acres.
Mahatma Mandir is Gujarat's new world class facility for International Conferences and event venue located at Gandhinagar, the capital of State of Gujarat, India.
Gujarat Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral legislature of the Indian state of Gujarat. It is situated in the capital Gandhinagar. Presently, 182 members of the Legislative Assembly are directly elected from the single-seat constituencies and one member is nominated. It has term of 5 years unless it is dissolved sooner. 13 constituencies are reserved for scheduled castes and 27 constituencies for scheduled tribes.
The temple complex covers an area of 40,175 sq ft, while the temple podium is 20,895 sq ft.The temple also has an informative museum and mini-theatre on Gnani Purush Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan, around whose vision the Trimandir has been built. His aim was to remove the differences between religions and further to bring religions back to the seat of the Soul. Building a non-sectarian temple was one of the ways that His vision is being fulfilled. The museum has approximately 3,00,000 visitors in a year, and the mini-theatre runs approximately 9,400 shows in Gujarati, Hindi and English, in which there are 2,22,000 viewers.
Dandi Kutir is India's Largest & Only Museum built on the life and teachings of One Man, Mahatma Gandhi. It represents Gandhi's powerful idea of people across lines of class, gender, age and community asserting their common right to salt itself: a symbol to inspire a pluralistic society to march towards independence, Purna Swaraj.