Gandhidham is located in the Kutch District in the Indian state of Gujarat. The town was built in the 1950s by Bhai Pratap Dialdas for the resettlement of the refugees from Sindh after the partition of India. It was initially called Sindhu Resettlement Corporation Ltd. The town was named after Mahatma Gandhi who was the father of the Indian nation. Gandhidham is considered to be the economic capital of Kutch. It is a rapidly developing city in the state. It is a growing city, ideal for families and retired individuals. It is also a favored destination for conventions and business meetings. The city offers a peaceful life to its residents, with a plenty of options for recreation and entertainments. It is known for its verdant picnic spots and parks. Gandhidham is connected to the rest of the country by road and rail. Transport Nagar, situated on the outskirts of the city, serves as the hub of all major transport activities of Gandhidham. There are many reputed educational institutions as well as all modern amenities available in the city that ensures a comfortable lifestyle to the residents.
Muthoot Finance Ltd. is known as one the large gold financing company in the world. The company also offers other services a part from gold financing such as , money transfers, wealth management services,foreign exchange , travel and tourism and selling of gold coins at branches of Muthoot Finance Ltd. The headquarters of the company is located in Kerala, India, and it operates over 4,400 branches across India. Overseas, It has established its office in the UK, the US, and the UAE. The stocks of the company are listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange, while the company comes under the brand umbrella of the Muthoot Group. The target market of Muthoot Finance consists of small businesses, SME business owners, vendors, farmers, traders, and salaried individuals. In 1939, M George Muthoot founded Muthoot Finance. The Reserve Bank of India has licensed Moothot Finance company under Companies act of 1956 to operate as NBFC without taking public deposits, and it is liberated from Money Lenders Acts provisions in Karnataka and other states. The gold loan business of the company constitutes more than 99% of its total revenue.