Ahmedabad

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Ahmedabad or Amdavad is the largest city and former capital of Gujarat. The city houses remarkable buildings, excellent museums, fine restaurants and fabulous night markets. Ahmedabad has always been known for its rich history that reminds us of the Delhi Sultanate rule, Mughal rule and Maratha rule and even the freedom struggle of India.

The Sabarmati Ashram is one of the major tourist attractions that should not be missed while you are in this beautiful city of Gujarat. Want to delve deeper into the facts of this amazing city? Go through the pointers mentioned herein below:

Tourist Attractions in Ahmedabad


  • Gandhi Ashram (Sabarmati Ashram): It is the identity of the city. Led by Mahatma Gandhi, it was a vital part of the freedom movement of India. A museum has been created in the ashram to provide a glimpse into the life of the father of the nation.
  • Kankaria Lake (Kankaria Talav): It is a hot spot for weekend visitors. The lake was named 'Qutub Hojj' or 'Hauj-e-Kutub' as it was built by Sultan Kutubuddin in the 15th century. A beautiful garden named 'Nagina Wadi' is located in the middle of the lake.
  • Sidi Sayed Masjid: Considered as one of the oldest mosques in Ahmedabad, it is frequented by thousands of tourists of all age groups every year.
  • Vastrapur Lake: This lake is popular among walkers during the mornings and evenings. It is also visited by weekend visitors.
  • Motera Stadium (Sardar Patel Stadium): This stadium should be visited by every tourist who is a sports enthusiast. It is the largest cricket stadium in the state with a capacity of 54,000.
  • Jama Masjid: Built in the year 1424 during the era of Ahmed Shah, this is also one of the oldest mosques in Ahmedabad.
  • Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum: It is the best spot for history lovers as one can find Indian sculptures, wood works, paintings, manuscripts, bead works, bronzes, drawings and coins here.

Shopping in Ahmedabad



Ahmedabad is not only the largest city in Gujarat but also one of the best shopping destinations in the state. There are exceptional shopping markets where you will find a wide variety of items, starting from clothes to bags, jewellery and home decors. Some of the shopping hubs in this city are:
  • Lal Darwaja: It is one of the most popular and busiest markets in the city. From sarees, gents' garments, children's garments, shoes, chaniya choli, wallets, old books, to even belts, you will find everything here. Tickle your taste buds by trying the street food in this market.
  • Sindhi Market: This is another market popular for bed sheets, dress materials, sarees, dresses and traditional items.
  • Dhalgarwad: It is the only open market in this city. If the idea of budget shopping is in your mind, then you must visit this market. Items like antique jewellery, traditional fabrics like Bandhej and Silk Patola saris can be bought from this market.
  • Manek Chowk: What's different about this market? It is a vegetable market in the morning, a bullion market in the evening and a street food market at night. Apart from these, you can also spot the second biggest jewellery market here.
  • CG Road: If you want to go for some modern shopping then land yourself up at CG Road. You will come across a number of shopping malls at CG Road.

The other market areas in this city of Gujarat are Rani no Hajiro, Law Garden, Fernandes Bridge, Raipur Gate and Ramakda Market.

Localities in Ahmedabad


  • Satellite: It is one of the poshest areas in this city of Gujarat. The major factors that drive people to this area are the decent connectivity and close proximity to commercial places in Prahlad Nagar.
  • Bodakdev: Another posh and expensive locality in Ahmedabad is Bodakdev. This is the place where most of the rich people in this city live.
  • Prahlad Nagar: The reason why this area has become so popular is its commercial set-up. This area is a hub of several multi-national companies, BPOs, KPOs, schools, hospitals, banks, restaurants and malls.
  • Bopal: This area is for people who are comfortable with affordable capital values. It is connected through SP Ring Road.
  • Thaltej: It is a premium locality in the city located between SG Highway and Sardar-Patel (SP) Ring Road.
  • Gota: Situated in the outskirts of the city, this is a preferred location for most of the middle-class people as all the facilities are available here.

Places to Visit near Ahmedabad


  • Saputara
  • The Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary
  • Akshardham Mandir
  • Wankaner
  • Hingolgadh Sanctuary

Best Time to Visit



If you want to try out the open-restaurants to explore the lip-smacking snacks and sweets, go for a pleasant shopping experience and visit every nook and corner of the city, then winters is the best time to be in Ahmedabad. The period between October and March is the ideal time to visit this beautiful city.

How to Reach



By Air
Ahmedabad's Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport is well-connected to Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and countries like UK, Germany, Singapore as well as a few destinations in the US and Middle East. The airport is located at a distance of 12 km from the city. You can catch a bus or cab and hire private vehicles to reach the airport from the city.

By Train
Located at a proximity of 6 km from the city, Ahmedabad railway station is at Kalupur area. Trains from this station run to cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. The other railway stations in this city are Ahmedabad Junction (ADI), Maninagar (MAN) and Sabarmati Junction (SBT). You can take a rickshaw, cab or bus to reach the station.

By Road
Ahmedabad is connected by a wide network of roads. Travellers coming from Vadodara, Gandhinagar, Palitana, Rajkot and Jamnagar can reach this city conveniently by road.

Blogs about Ahmedabad
Infants Death in Civil Hospital
18 newborns die in Ahmedabad’s Civil Hospital: What’s wrong with our healthcare system? : The Civil Hospital located in Ahmedabad's Asarwa region is Asia's biggest hospital. Ordinarily the hospital's neonatal unit is one filled with the gurgles and squeaks of the little ones who have brought much happiness and light into their parents' lives. Today, however, the department is plunged in darkness and the painful cries of new parents and families resound across the hospital's hallways. At least 18 newborn infants have died in the hospital over the past…
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ahmedabad becomes heritage city
Ahmedabad Declared As A World Heritage City By UNESCO : Ahmedabad,  the 606-year-old walled city in Gujarat has been declared as a World Heritage City (WHC). Ahmedabad now holds the esteemed position of becoming India’s first World Heritage City. Following a meeting in Krakwo, Poland, the announcement was made by UNESCO  on Twitter on Saturday, 8 July, 2017. Ruchira Kamboj, India’s permanent representative to UNESCO, tweeted saying, “Thrilled to announce! Ahmedabad has just been declared India’s first #WorldHeritage city by @UNESCO.” Members of the World…
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Last Updated on: January 14, 2017



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