When the idea of India Dreamin' began to take shape, the first question on every dreamer's mind was the venue for our inaugural event. During all brainstorming sessions, we were determined to opt for a location that can bring true value to the event and the Salesforce community. This was how we chose the magnificent G L Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management. There were many reasons for the choice, the primary one being their affinity towards innovation and technology trends.
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The nearest station is New Delhi Railway Station and Nizamuddin Railway station. Both are well connected through Metro and that will help you to reach at Noida.
India Dreamin' attendees travelling from Nizamuddin station can find directions here.
India Dreamin' attendees travelling from New Delhi Railway Station can find directions here.
The metro station nearest to the venue is Noida City Centre. From here you can book a cab or rickshaw to take you to your destination via Noida- Greater Noida Expressway. You will also have the India Dreamin free shuttle facility at regular intervals from Noida City Centre station.
Noida is an important part of Delhi(NCR) in terms of Industry & opportunities, it hardly takes 1 hr or 45 kms to reach from Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi to the venue via cab.
From New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, you can book a prepaid cab or get an Uber/OLA at the airport towards GLBITM. It is a 1 hour, 15 minute drive towards the venue. Take the NH48 onto Noida-Greater Noida Expy to GLBITM at Knowledge Park II, Greater Noida. Alternatively, you can take NH48, Outer Ring Rd, Rd Number 13A and Noida-Greater Noida Expressway to your destination in Knowledge Park III, Greater Noida.
From New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, there are metro trains starting at regular intervals from 5.20 am till 11.35 pm. The total travel time is close to 1 hour and 10 minutes. You can take the metro from Platform 1 at IGI Airport station and get down on the left at Noida City Center (Wave City Center). There will be an India Dreamin’ shuttle service from her to the venue. https://delhimetrorail.info/igi-airport-delhi-metro-station-to-noida-city-center-delhi-metro-station
To reach here by road this city is well connected through 6 lanes wide road network. Noida is connected to three express highways. One is the DND Flyway, which connects Noida and Delhi which runs along Yamuna River. The second is the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and the third is the Yamuna Expressway which connects Noida to Agra via Mathura. Noida also has a facility of Bus Stand at Morna village in Sector 35. Uttar Pradesh Parivahan also runs local buses in the city.
The Stupa 18 Art Gallery showcases some of the great art works by Indian artists. If you are an art lover, you can simply walk in to appreciate the magnificent paintings by talented artists. This gallery is located in sector 15A in Noida, just 8 kms from the city center. Their collection includes abstract paintings, figurative paintings, portraits, landscapes, Buddha, corporate art and more.
If you’re a racing or driving enthusiast, this is the place for you to go visit! Buddh International circuit is one of the fastest racing circuits in the world. After successfully organizing F1 Grand Prix for three consecutive years, BIC has also been in the news for organizing several music events, marathons and sporting events.
Spread over 100 acres on the eastern banks of the river Yamuna, Akshardham is a work of art dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan. The temple is known for its architectural expertise and attracts tourists from all over the world. It is entirely constructed from Rajasthani pink sandstone and Italian Carrara marble.
One of the gems of Delhi, Qutub Minar is the world’s tallest rubble masonry minaret and a world heritage site in Delhi owing to its immense cultural value. It is constructed with red sandstone, marble, lime mortar and rubble masonry with a height of 237.8 ft! If you come to Delhi, this place is a must visit to learn more about India’s culture and history!
Any trip to Delhi requires a stop at the spectacular Lotus Temple. Built of pure white marble from the Penteli mountain in Greece, the Lotus Temple is a Bahá’í House of Worship where people of all religion come to pray. What makes this temple so unique and awe-inspiring is its shape and form which is like India’s treasured lotus flower.
A memorial to the soldiers of India, the India gate is an iconic monument of Indian history located towards the east of Rajpath. Originally known as the All India War Memorial, it was built to commemorate the sacrifice of soldiers who died during World War I and Afghan War.
Located at the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra, Taj Mahal is one of the world’s most famous monument of love and also one of the most beautiful. It is an an ivory-white marble mausoleum that was built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal.