Ghaziabad can be best described as the "Gateway to Uttar Pradesh". Although geographically located in Uttar Pradesh, it forms part of the Delhi NCR (National Capital Region). Given its proximity to the national capital, the social life of the rapidly developing town is intertwined with that of Delhi. Ghaziabad has evolved as one of the dynamic industrial centres in India, and it booms with the urbane culture of the neighbouring metro town.
Other than the queuing traffic, bustling markets and the millennial crowd, Ghaziabad also wakes up to an increasing number of multiplexes, better-planned roads and surpassing flyovers. Emerging as the industrial hub of India, the urban town is a hotspot for a lot of industries including electric locomotive and EMU trains, bicycles, tapestry, pottery, paint and varnish, metal chains, etc.
Ghaziabad was found by Ghazi-ud-din in 1740, who called it Ghaziuddinnagar. Later, when the railway line of the city was established, the name was shortened to Ghaziabad. Interestingly, it serves as the major railway junction for North India.
Ghaziabad takes a step towards triumph every day, be it in the field of infrastructure, education or industrial developments. Apart from all this, Ghaziabad serves its tourist with numerous shopping malls, movie theatres, restaurants and night clubs.
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