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Mahatma Mandir Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sector 13C, Gandhinagar 382 017, Gujarat, India
Tel: +91(79) 23601234 | E: reservations.mmcc@theleela.comDownload Hotel Factsheet

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The Mahatma Mandir Convention & Exhibition Centre is India’s largest purpose - built Convention & Exhibition Centre. Located in Gandhinagar, the capital of India’s vibrant state of Gujarat and in close proximity to Ahmedabad, the country’s first world heritage city by UNESCO, the Mahatma Mandir Convention & Exhibition Centre is situated within 30 minutes of the city’s International Airport. This is an integrated development comprising of convention facilities, exhibition halls, meeting rooms as well as Dandi Kutir which is India’s largest and only museum based on the life and principles of Mahatma Gandhi. The complex is sprawled across 34 acres.



Close to 22,000 sq mt. of air-conditioned Convention & Exhibition facilities and built to accommodate 15,000 delegates, this architectural marvel draws inspiration from the life and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi. With an abundance of natural light and airy spaces, the innovatively designed spinning wheel generates energy that helps in the illumination of the complex. The Suspension bridge leading up to the mound-shaped Dandi Kutir, that houses the museum on Mahatma Gandhi, commemorates the famous Dandi March which played a significant role in India’s Independence Movement.