Ghaziabad is a city in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Ghaziabad is also known as the gateway to Uttar Pradesh. The city of Ghaziabad was founded by Ghazi-ud-Din in 1740 A.D. Hence the name of the city was changed to Ghazuddinnagar which is now known as Ghaziabad. The area around Ghaziabad covers the plain part of the upper Indo-Ganges which is historically ours. The land is known as Sapt Indus in the far east.
Visiting place in Ghaziabad
This temple is another extension of the famous Krishna devotee ISKCON society. The temple houses various idols signifying Lord Krishna and his life. This temple is an important attraction especially during the festival of Krishna Janmashtami.
City Forest is divided into 9 different parts, lined with an array of forest medicinal and fruit-bearing trees. City Forest is a popular picnic spot for locals. There are two lakes inside the City Forest.
Lakshmi Narayan Temple
This temple is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. This temple is also known as Modi Temple. The Lakshmi Narayan Temple was built upon the Modi Industry Empire started by Rai Bahadur Gugrmi Modi in 1963. The temple complex also houses idols of Hindu deities Hanuman, Santoshi Mata, Durga, Venkateswara, Lakshmi Narayan, and Gayatri Mata.
Swarna Jayanti Park
Swarna Jayanti Park is a famous amusement and adventure park. It has a beautiful Japanese garden, boating facilities, a jogging track, a walkway lined by green trees and a place for children’s play, fountains among the lush green lawns, and statues of legendary figures.
Mohan Nagar is a bustling area of Ghaziabad which is famous for its Institute of Technology and Science. There is a Mohan Nagar temple dedicated to Goddess Durga in Mohan Nagar. A few kilometers away from Mohan Nagar is a place of ancient culture located on the banks of the calm river Hindon. Which is believed to have been built in about 2500 BC.