Often called the “Gateway of UP”, Ghaziabad is sandwiched between the national capital, Delhi and the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh near the beautiful river Hindon. This historical city was erected within the frontiers of the 4 doors explicitly, Dasna Gate, Delhi Gate, Sihani Gate, and Shahi Gate respectively on the orders of Gajeeudin, the minister of Moghul Emperor Ahmadshah and Alamgir IInd. Struck by the wave of industrialization, this populous historic region has changed into the cosmopolitan land wherein most of the people are engaged into the manufacturing business of railway coaches, electroplating, vegetable oil, heavy chains, etc. Also, the city is quite full with some of the best private and government colleges.
Theology and Culture
Ghaziabad, flourished under the rules of Gupta dynasty, Mughals, Marathas and the British, exhibits a rich show as far as culture, religion and traditions are concerned. People fluently speak Hindi, English and Bhojpuri. Apart from the national festivals like Holi, Diwali, Eid and Christmas, the inhabitants celebrate the Nag Panchami, Shivratri and Ram Navami with the full zeal and grandeur. Besides, the locals exhibit a devoted interest in the traditional Sufi music and Bhojpuri rhythms and the classical dance forms like Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi and Salsa. Talking of the eating habits, the city is an absolute bliss for the foodie and it’s easy to locate any variety of food here from South Indian to North Indian & Chinese to Thai.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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