Ahmedabad – Heart of Gujarat

Ahmedabad – Heart of Gujarat

Our life is a book with many pages, but those who do not travel read only one page of the world. So let’s begin a journey into another sphere of the world that begins in the heart of the state of Gujarat, in the West Indies. The bustling city is located on the banks of the Sabarmati River and is the largest and the capital of Gujarat. It was founded in 1411 by Sultan Ahmed Shah and is named after him.

As the country’s second-largest cotton producer and home to India’s second-oldest stock exchange, it contributes to the state’s highest revenue rate, raises GDP levels, and further fuels the growth and development of the city. 

In recent years, the city has become a commercial and industrialised polestar and has earned the nickname “Manchester of the East”. In 2012, it was voted the best city in India by the Times of India and ranks third in Forbes’ list of fastest-growing cities.

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The city has several impressive monuments and travel destinations for its explorers, attracting an unrivalled number of local and international tourists from around the world. Top attractions that have must-see status include SardarVallabhbhai Patel National Museum, Sabarmati Ashram, Sidi Syed Mosque, Kankaria, Calico Textile Museum, Ellis Bridge, Nehru Bridge, Jama Masjid, and much more explorers must visit once.

Things to do in Ahmedabad: 

There are many options for exploring Ahmedabad, such as strolling through the famous museums and art galleries. Shopping in Ahmedabad is also a great option with Gujarati, bandhej, and bulk textile products. Apart from shopping, travellers can try spicy food in typical Gujarati Thali. Traditional Gujarati dishes such as KhamanDhokla, Khandvi, Surmai, Doodhpak and Shrikhand are available on the streets in the luxurious and fantastic restaurants of Ahmedabad. The struggle for the life of the father of the nation Gandhi Ji can be experienced by visiting Sabarmati Ashram, Gandhi Ashram, etc. You can feel the royalty of luxurious living here as the city offers budget travel, including budget hotels in Ahmedabad. 

Best time to travel to Ahmedabad: 

The best time to travel to Ahmedabad due to the pleasant weather conditions is from November to February. The closest airport to the city is SardarVallabhbhai Patel International Airport.

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