Ghaziabad Tourism & Travel Guide

Ghaziabad is a well planned, commercial and industrial city that is part of the National Capital Region of Delhi. It is located in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and since it shares its border with New Delhi, it is the main entry point into UP. Though not much of a tourist destination, Ghaziabad has its share of malls and shopping centres – the most notable being the Pacific, Shipra and Kaushambi malls. It provides options ranging from clothing to cosmetics to everything indeed! There is also the popular Iskcon Temple for the religiously inclined. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, this temple is frequented by devotees from across the globe. Picnickers and families can enjoy some time together at Masuri, which is a popular picnic spot here. With the Ganges River flowing nearby, Masuri is an ideal spot to relax. Ghaziabad can be reached by driving from New Delhi or Meerut. Buses and cabs are also available from New Delhi.

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NH 24, New Delhi 110091
Holding the Guiness World Record to be the World's largest comprehensive Hindu temple, the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple was built-in just 5 years. The nearest metro station is the Akshardham Metro Station. Mobiles and other electronic gadgets are not allowed. These are to be deposited in the cloakrooms. It's an example of the grandeur and beauty of all the ancient and traditional architectural and religious styles which have ever been present in India. Usually the one who took such a noble initiative was Swami Maharaj of the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha along side more than a thousand talented artisans. The temple is mainly specialized in Swaminarayan and also includes a separate shrine for Lord Shiva. There are a number of halls amongst which the initial one is where you will find films and robotic shows going to spread the message of honesty, peace and unity. In the second hall you is likely to be presented with the story of a classic yogi named Nilkanth in an exceedingly attractive manner. Last however, not the smallest amount of the next hall is where you are able to find out about the discoveries and works of the saints- scientists and the art of Ajanta- Ellora. The musical fountain is an amusement after sunset, the Lotus temple is another bit of beauty and the Garden of India is just a memorial for all the famous men and women of our country.
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Netaji Subhash Marg, New Delhi
One of the most important monuments in the cultural as well as political scenario of India, the Red Fort is the pride of the capital city of Delhi. It was once the capital of Shahjanabad named after Emperor Shah Jahan. It was during his reign that this awesome monument took its form between 1638 and 1648. The whole structure was named Red Fort or Lal Qila due to the basic material of architecture which is sandstone. It served as the residence of the Mughal Kings for almost 200 years. Later when India became independent, the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru hoisted the National Flag here and the ritual is still carried on. Every year the Independence Day celebrations are organized here.
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