Office of the Commissioner
Goods And Services Tax

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Office of the Commissioner
Goods And Services Tax

VADODARA - I

Central Excise Building, Race Course Circle, Vadodara - 390007(Gujarat)
Telephone No: 0265-2331002, Fax No: 0265-2339226

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General

The office of this Commissionerate is situated in the Alkapuri area of the city, just 1 km away from the railway station.

Vadodara Airport is 5 Kms. from the Vadodara – I office.

The Commissionerate Office is functioning in a six storied building. The office of the Chief Commissioner of Central Excise & Customs is also annexed with this office in a three storied annexxe building. The office of the Commissioner (Appeals) is also located in the Annexe building.

Income Tax Office and GEB Office are located adjacent to this office.

ABOUT VADODARA CITY

Vadodara, the cultural capital city of Gujarat is a harmonious mid-size city. The city is famous for its rich cultural heritage and the famous MS Univeristy that attracts Indian and International students. The city was the capital of princely Gaekwad state which was the richest princely state after Hyderabad prior to Independence.

Vadodara’s chief attraction is the Sayaji Baug, encircled by mini rail. The park also houses the impressive Vadodara Museum, Vadodara Zoo and Art Gallery (10.30 am to 5 p.m. daily). Lakshmi Vilas Palace (10.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Tuesda-Sunday) an impressive palace build in Indo-Saracenic style, houses Maharaja Fatehsingh Museum. The workshop in which the famous painter Raja Ravi Verma worked is also here. One can spend the evening taking a stroll along the Sursagar Lake or visit the EME Temple near the airport. Unique in concept and design, the EME Temple is a geodesic structure covered with aluminium sheets. Run entirely by the army authorities, this temple is a major attraction for both tourist and devotees.

Some 45 kms. North-east of Vadodara lies the famous hill of Pavagadh which rises 820 metres above the plain overlooking the forgotten Muslim city of Champaner. On the top of the hill a temple has been built. One can reach the hill top through a cable car recently re-commissioned. In the month of Chaitra a major festival of goddess Mahakali takes place at the foot of Pavagadh.

Champaner was built by Mohammed Begada after his victory over the Rajputs of Pavagadh. The town of Champaner was the political capital of Gujarat until the death of Bahadurshah in 1536. Recently Champaner has been declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO and is worth a visit. It is not often crowded.

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