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The Ghaziabad is nestled on the banks of the Hindon River and is a gateway to the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The city is situated in the western part of the state. Ghaziabad is enclosed by Meerut in its northern side and by Bulandshahar on its southern side. The city stands very close to the country capital, New Delhi. Ghaziabad is popularly known for having more than 14000 small, medium and large industrial units speckled all over the city.

The city of Ghaziabad was discovered by the emperor Ghazi-ud-din in the year 1704.  Formerly, Ghaziabad was known by the name Ghaziuddinnagar for the reason that Ghazi-ud-din built a palace for himself and thereafter named the city resembling his name. Since the monument of the emperor has ended up in ruins except the gate, few portions of the boundary wall and a 14-feet-high massive pillar.

Several wars have been fought for the conquering of the city of Ghaziabad. The city has witnessed defeat and assassination of the Jat ruler Surajmal by Rohillas.

Several warriors and rulers fought for the possession of Ghaziabad. Ghaziabad saw the defeat and assassination of the Jat ruler Surajmal by Rohillas. The multiple conquests for Ghaziabad have left deep imprints in the culture of this region.

Ghaziabad has also played a significant role in India’s struggle for independence as the city had been the venue for the Mutiny of 1857. The banks of the River Hindon acted as the battle ground for the Mutineers and British Forces.

The city of Ghaziabad initially was a tehsil in the district of Meerut and during 1976, but later on the city was declared a district. The nearness of Ghaziabad to Delhi has been a great advantage for the development of the city as an industrial area. The sluggish industrial town of Ghaziabad has drastically turned into a modern suburb of Delhi. Today, Ghaziabad is considered as one among the most vibrant industrial cities in the country.

Ghaziabad travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Ghaziabadtour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in Northern India.

General facts about Ghaziabad
Location: Northern India
Language: Hindi and English
Climate: Humid subtropical
Major Attractions: Thakurdwara Temple, Sabli Shiv Mandir
Ideal Time to Visit: October to March

Tourist sightseeing in Ghaziabad
There are many places to visit in Ghaziabad that attract the tourist visiting the place. These places of attraction include Thakurdwara Temple, Sabli Shiv Mandir, Chandi Mandir, Dudheshwar Nath Mandir, Pragati Maidan Crafts Museum, Kaseri Mound, Sai Upvan, Garhmukteshwar, Bahadurgarh and Dasna and many more.

Climate of Ghaziabad
Being in a close proximity to the country capita, the city also experiences similar kind of climatic conditions. As the city has a hot and dry summer with average rainfall in monsoon season. Here winters are quite pleasant and cold. The best time to travel to the city is in the months of October till March.

How to reach Ghaziabad

Ghaziabad by Air: The nearest airport is in Delhi, which is at a distance of 45 km from the city.

Ghaziabad by Rail: The city has its railhead that enables it to be connected to the rest of the country.

Ghaziabad by Road: The city has a well developed network of roadways making it feasible to reach the city without any hindrance from the other parts of the country.

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