Khanderao Market

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Khanderao Market

khanderao market is a famous and palatial building located in the city of Vadodara, Gujarat State, western India.[1][2] It was erected by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in 1906, named after Khande Rao Gaekwad, Maharaja of Baroda (1856–1870).[3] It was presented by him as a gift to the Municipality to mark the Silver Jubilee of his administration. The offices of the Vadodara Municipal Corporation are located in this building. Fresh vegetable and flower market is also located in the back garden.Coordinates: 22°17′48″N 73°12′05″E / 22.2966°N 73.2015°E / 22.2966; 73.2015

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  1. ^ "વડોદરામાં વિદ્યા બાલનના પીએમ મોદીના નામે પ્રસિદ્ધિ ખાટવાની મુરાદનો ફિયાસ્કો" [Vaḍōdarāmāṁ Vidyā Bālananā Pī'ēma Mōdīnā Nāmē Prasid'dhi Khāṭavānī Murādanō Phiyāskō]. Mumbai Samachar (in Gujarati). May 2015. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
  2. ^ http://www.gaekwadsofbaroda.com/content/khanderao-market
  3. ^ http://vadodara.gujarat.gov.in/tourist/khanderao-market