Ahmedabad Tourism

The largest city in the state of Gujarat is Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad is considered as the city full of diverse culture and arts. Ahmedabad is emerging as the industrial hub of India. This city was founded in the 15th century and is known as the city with traditional values. Navratri, which is celebrated across India, is celebrated grandly in the state of Gujarat. During the 9 days festival, traditional food is served to visitors from different cities or countries. The traditional food includes Gujarati Thali which is served with Chapati, Dal, Rice, shaak (vegetable curry), Dhokla, Thepla and Dhebras, along with a traditional sweet dish. The festival is celebrated with 'Garba', a traditional Gujarati dance, throughout the 9 days.

Ahmedabad is also known for having the world's first all-vegetarian Pizza Hut in the city, as most of the citizens of the state are vegetarian. Even other stores like KFC and McDonalds have a separate food processing station for vegetarian food with a designated person to prepare the food and serve it to the customers. Sabarmati Ashram located in the city is famous across the country; along with Dada Bhagwan Temple, Haathee Singh Jain temple and many more are considered as a tourist attraction site.

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Travel Guide Sabarmati Ashram
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Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram was founded by Mohandas Karmachand Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi in the year 1918 and Ashram is located in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat. The Sabarmati Ashram popularly known as the Satyagraha Ashram.

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Travel Guide Sidi Saiyyed Mosque
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Sidi Saiyyed Mosque

Sidi Saiyyed Mosque in Ahmedabad is an iconic structure and a landmark in the architectural contributions of the Gujarat Sultanate of the Mughal Empire in India. So symbolic and iconic is the profoundness of this architecture it has been retained as the model on which the IIM mas....

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Travel Guide Hutheesing Jain Temple
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Hutheesing Jain Temple

It is very easy to get to the Hutheesing Jain Temple as it is only at a meagre distance of 3 kilometres from the railway station of Ahmedabad. Rickshaw, cars or bus, one can get there via any mode of transport with ease.

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Travel Guide Dada Hari Ni Vav Ahmedabad
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Dada Hari Ni Vav

Dada Hari Ni Vav, situated about 10 miles off the Ahmedabad City limits is a historical step well of the country. The Persian scriptures, the octagonal floorings from ground zero to basement and the exquisite stone sculptures make this place a must visit spot.

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Travel Guide Kankaria Lake Ahmadabad
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Kankaria Lake

During the period of the Kankaria Carnival the lakefront undergoes an overnight transformation and becomes fairground hosting various cultural, social, and artistic programs to enthral the visiting masses. The scenes then and there are really delightful to watch and it is indeed ....

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Travel Guide Swaminarayan Temple Ahmedabad
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Swaminarayan Temple, Ahmedabad

Religious sanctity finds one of its purest and most devotional representations within the walls of the sanctum of the Lord Swaminarayana’s shrine known to all as the Swaminarayan Temple. When visiting the premier city of Ahmedabad, you simply cannot miss this exquisite yet divi....

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Travel Guide Bhadra Fort Ahmedabad
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Bhadra Fort

Bhadra fort was built in the 15th century by Ahmad Shah I. This fort consists of temples, mosques and royal structures built inside. The name Bhadra came from the presence of an eminent temple of Goddess Lakshmi which is popular by the name of Bhadra Kali. The statue of the deity....

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Travel Guide Jama Masjid Ahmadabad
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Jama Masjid, Ahmadabad

Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India, located in Ahmadabad. It was built during the regime of Ahmed Shah I and in the year 1424. It was built with yellow sandstone and is known for being India's largest mosque built till date.

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