|Vadodara was my 'love at first sight'. It was
during 90's; the first year of my college,
when I visited a very appealing and lively
|I was born and brought up in a small town
and regretted its access to limited
resources, but at the same time loved the
peace one finds there. So I always dreamt
of residing in a place which is a mixture of
peace and growth. And Vadodara is
absolutely that – it has the best of both.
My list of positive things on Vadodara is
endless. The cosmopolitan environment;
rich cultural heritage; friendly, helpful,
honest and grounded people; disciplined
lifestyle; safety; respect for quality work;
availability of multi-cuisine restaurants and
many more. Geographically, Vadodara has
a very simple road map and unlike other
cities, new travellers can easily explore
the city on their own.
|Professionally, when I started my
preschool, EUROKIDS, it was totally a new concept in the
|field of early childhood
education, but people here admired it and
accepted it with an open heart and mind.
I really appreciate this attitude of Barodians -
a willingness to adapt to positive things from
any culture or country.
|Also Vadodara has few of the best
educational institutions in India. Schools and
our MS University make a remarkable
difference in the overall attitude and
personality of students making them
better future citizens of India.
The city shares a rich heritage of art since
Gaekwad's rule and it's well preserved and
maintained, till now. It provides ample
opportunities for upcoming artists too. The
grand celebration of festivals like Navratri
and Ganeshotsav make people fall in love
with Vadodara immediately.
|I have travelled across many cities of the
world, and have many family members
settled in Germany, Mumbai and USA but
Vadodara is the most appealing place to be.