Ghaziabad, city in north central India, in western Uttar Pradesh
state, located about 20 km from the center of Delhi. The Hindan
River, a tributary of the Yamuna River, flows through the city.
Ghaziabad is a suburb of Delhi and the larger National Capital
Region. It is a gate to enter in U.P. Ghaziabad was founded
in 1740 & declared as a district on 14th November 1976.
Population of Ghaziabad was 454,156 in 1991. Proximity of Ghaziabad
to Delhi has helped it to develop a large manufacturing sector.
Industries include engineering and the manufacture of electrical
machinery, pottery, earthenware, electrical goods, vegetable
oil, paints, varnish, railway coaches, bicycles, and lanterns.
The region around Ghaziabad has been affected by India's so-called
green revolution: Widespread irrigation has stimulated the production
of food crops and vegetables for the Delhi market, giving rise
to the development of the region as an agricultural collection
center. A major rail line and a national highway serve the city.
The nearest airport is in Delhi. Ghaziabad is a place of Education
as Medical Collages, Engineering Collages & other higher
education colleges. It is also the site of the temples of Dudheswer
Nath and Devi Durga, two places of Hindu worship.
Ghaziabad is the best place to live near Delhi & it is developing
day by day.