Aurobindo Ashram served as the residence of Aurobindo Ghose during his stay in Baroda (1894 - 1906) as private secretary to HH Sayajirao Gaekwad III, Maharaja of Baroda.
During this period, Aurobindo Ghose was also the Professor of English and vice-principal of Baroda College (n...
Makarpura Palace, designed in Italian style, was a Gaekwad royal palace built by Maharaja Khanderao in 1870.
It was supposed to be the summer palace despite the fact that the royal family spent most of their summers in the Nilgiris of Tamil Nadu. Nyaya Mandir, or the Temple of Justice houses the District Court of Vadodara city in the state of Gujarat.
Rebuilt with stone banks and masonry in the 18th century, this lake remains full of water throughout the year.
A concrete wall rings the lake that is often used by people to sit and enjoy...
Designed by Major Charles Mant, this building is said to have been the largest private dwelling built till date. EME Temple, often referred as the Dakshinamurti Temple, was built by the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME) Corps.
Featuring an unusually modern geodesic architecture, this temple is dedicated to Dakshinamurti, a form of Shiva as supreme teacher. Maharaja Sayajirao University, commonly referred as M. University (MSU), is a teaching and residential university serving as one of the premier institutions of India.
It enables mobile users to choose who knows where they are and when, giving them full control of their desired privacy.The rich legacy of the University is crowned by the names of stalwarts like Nobel Laureate Dr. A strong interface with the industry and placement cells in different Faculties have empowered the illustrious alumni to hold high positions in various sectors in some of the best organizations in the world.Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Shri Aurobindo, Bharat Ratna Acharya Vinoba Bhave, Gyanpith awardee Shri Rajendra Shah, Dr. Besides the rich flora of more than 98 species of ...The scenic and impressive Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery was built in 1894 AD by the Gaekwads.