The capital of Gujarat, Gandhinagar lies on the west bank of the Sabarmati River at an elevation of 266 feet. Gujarati is the most widely spoken language. The city planning was undertaken by Prakash M Apte & H. K. Mewada, who had apprenticed with Le Corbusier in Chandigarh. The city has a total population of 2,00,000. As per the records of 2011 census, the total population of Gandhinagar district is 1.4 million, out of which 38 percent are in the working age. 44 percent of the workers are in the agricultural sector, one percent in the household industry and the bulk 55 percent in industry and services. Being the capital, Gandhinagar is the political, social and economic hub and is strategically located on the west central point of the Industrial Corridor between Delhi, the political capital of India, and Mumbai, the financial capital of India.