Mohali, officially Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, is a planned town in the Mohali district of Punjab, India, an administrative and commercial center located southwest of Chandigarh. It is the capital of Mohali district. It is also one of six municipal corporations in the state. It is officially named after Sahibzada Ajit Singh, the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh. Mohali quickly developed into the IT hub of Punjab and thus gained popularity. The Punjab government has implemented major infrastructure and entertainment projects with the aim of raising the standard of living in Mohali. Roads have been built to create a network between Mohali and Chandigarh International Airport to enhance international connectivity. Mohali was formerly part of Rupnagar district and was split off and incorporated as a separate district in 2006. Mohali and Chandigarh are contiguous with only the Punjab-Chandigarh border dividing the area. The original plan of Mohali town was an extension of the road and an 800m x 1200m extension of the Chandigarh regional design system, without any unconventional planning. The first 11 areas of the zonal design system for Mohali are called the Stages. The initial development lasted only to phase 7. The development of sectors and phase 8 started in the late 1980s, the city received a bus stop in phase 8 in the mid-1980s. 1990. Some areas of Chandigarh are shared between Chandigarh and Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, such as sectors 48, 51, 52, 54,56,61 and 63. 63 and the next sectors fall into Sahibzada area Ajit Singh Nagar. period 1 = ray 55 period 2 = ray 56 period 3 = ray 57 period 4 = ray 58 period 5 = ray 59 period 6 = ray 60 period 7 = ray 61 period 8 = ray 62 period 9 = arc 63 period 10 = arc 64 Greater Mohali Regional Development Authority Master Plan In the GMADA master plan, the city has 128 areas including neighboring villages. These are, among others, Alipur, Bairampur, Bakarpur, Ballo Majra, Balongi, Bari, Bar Majra, Bathlana, Behlol, Bhago Majra, Chajju Majra, Chaparchiri, Daun, Desumajra, Dyalpur, Harlalpur, Jandpur, Jhampur, Jheureri , Jhungian, Kailon, Kandala, Khuni Majra, Kishanpura, Kurali, Landiali, Landran, Manakmajra, Manana, Matran, Naraingarh, Pattlin, Raipur Kalan, Sambalki, Saneta, Santemajra, Shafipur, Siaun, Sihanpur, Sukhgarh, Tapauli and Thaska. GMADA also includes Aerocity as the gateway to Mohali International Airport. IT City Mohali also became the best location according to GMADA and spans 1,600 acres and includes Areas 82, 82A and 83A. According to the plan, the IT city aims to create at least 40,000 jobs. With the attribution of the best IT companies and state-of-the-art infrastructure to residential projects, this is sure to be the best place in Tricity. City of Chandigarh Mohali and Panchkula are two satellite towns of Chandigarh. This trio of cities is collectively known as the Chandigarh Triad. Panchkula is a planned town adjacent to Chandigarh in Panchkula district, Haryana, India. Find and hire a top agency or company for your next big project related to Digital Marketing, Advertising, Social Media Marketing, Content Writing, Market Research, PR, Email Marketing, Mobile App Development, Web Design, Web application development, Media Planning and many more in India and other countries on AgencyNetwork.