Our Vadodara

Sayajinagari, the city of erstwhile ruler Maharaj Sayajirao Gaekwad who gave Vadodara its original landmarks and ethos. With multi-ethnic population, Vadodara has a fine cultural heritage and is also a truly cosmopolitan capital of Gujarat.

Today, as the third largest city of Gujarat, the city excels in triple E’s – Education, Engineering and Entertainment. Once a petrochemical hub, turned into Chemical and Pharmaceutical thrive and an Engineering excellence and now a service industry and back office operation hub attracts the best of talent across country. People migrate to the city with an endeavour to fulfil aspirations and ambitions.

An Education Hub

    Home to the largest university of Gujarat – The Maharaja Sayajirao University (MSU) educating about 30,000 students every year and is one of the pioneer Universities in Gujarat where the medium of instruction is English since before the time of independence. Apart from The Majaraja Sayajirao University, there are other private universities where foreign students come and study in various future oriented streams.

Tourism Hub

    Vadodara boasts off Gujarat’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site – Champaner. World's tallest statue with the height of 182 meters, located on the Narmada River at Kevadiya Colony is only 91 kms away by road from Vadodara International Airport and Railway Station. Daily Road Transport is also available from Central Bus Station, Vadodara. You can take a cab to reach easily with a comfortable journey from Vadodara!

Industrial Hub

    Industry giants like Reliance Industries Limited, SIEMENS, AREVA, ALSTOM, Gujarat Refinery, Gujarat State Fertilizers Limited, GACL, ABB, Bombardier, GAIL, etc. have strong base at Vadodara.

Infrastructure & Landmarks

    India’s first National Expressway connects Vadodara with Ahmedabad in the north and its extension to Mumbai in the south and the industrial belt of Dahej, Ankhleshwar and Savli

SEZs, DMIC and SIR

    The city offers major depot at Makarpura, Vadodara to Government of India & Japanese collaboration Delhi-Mumbai Freight Industrial Corridor and shall benefit with the industrial growth planned along the DFC (Dedicated Freight Corridor).