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Holiday Destination: Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, the largest city of Gujarat, was its former capital. The city founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411 AD, lies on the left bank of the Sabarmati river. One of the highly industrialised cities in India, Ahmedabad offers the traveler various interesting and historical places, ranging from Mahatma Gandhi's Sabarmati Ashram to the tombs of Ahmed Shah and his queens. Jama Masjid, the principal mosque of the Islamic era, Ahmed Shah's Mosque, Siddi Bashir Mosque, known as Shaking Minaret or Jhulta Minar, Rani Rupmati's Mosque, famous for its richly carved minarets, Tour itineraries starting from Ahmedabad will allow travelers to explore the major industrial center of Gujarat. Ahmedabad is dotted with a number of tourist attractions, which will add a zing to your Rajasthan tour. The Jumma Masjid, Siddi Sayed Mosque, Sabarmati Ashram, The Pols, Sarkhej Roza, Teen Darwaja, Shah Alam Roza, Kankaria Lake, Hatheesing Jain Temple and Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary are some of the must visit tourist attractions on Ahmedabad tour.


Summer Max 28 C Min 18C Winter Max 18C Min 12 C

Tourist Season

Round The year


Their comfort and convenience. The hotels in Ahemdabad keep on updating their hospitality standards and make the entire trip simply worth it. The low budget and luxury hotels in Ahmedabad provides one of the best accommodation which is peerless in every aspect.

General Information of Ahmedabad

Area 204.6 sq. km. Altitude 48.77 mts above MSL. Temperature Summer : Max 45.5ºC, Min 25.0ºC. Winter : Max 35ºC, Min 15.0ºC. Rainfall The average yearly rainfall varies from 100 mm to 50 mm Languages Gujrati, Hindi, English.

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Ahmedabad

Shah’s Mosque

Shah’s Mosque is now one of the major monuments in Ahmedabad and well revered among Muslim pilgrims. Demolition of Hindu temples was a rage among the Afghan and Muslim rulers and invaders during the Middle Ages. 10th century onwards, with the invasion of Mahmud Ghazni, invasion by Afghan rulers became a common affair. And the places that were worst hit by these invasions were the northern and western states owing to their geographical position.

Hathee Singh Jain Temple

The temple are places to be seen in Ahmedabad. This Jain temple of Ahmedabad was built by Sheth Hathee Singh in 1848 and is dedicated to Dharmanath, the fifteenth Jina or Jain apostle.

Gandhi Ashram

Gandhai ashram.also known as the sabarmati ashram is located on the banks of the sabarmati river It was from here, in 1930, that the Mahatma began his famous `Dandi March` to the sea to protest against the Salt Tax imposed by the . British. Hridaya Kunj a cottage where he lived, is preserved as a National Monument.

Jama Masjid

The Jama Masjid was built by Ahmad shah in 1423. This monument is constructed in Hindu-Islamic style of architecture. never miss the wonder like Jama Masjid during your Ahmedabad tour.

Bhadra Fort and Teen Darwaza

This fort of Ahmedabad fort has a temple devoted to the Mother Goddess, Bhadrakali; hence the name Bhadra Fort.The huge and grand Teen Darwaza (Triple Gateway) is another place to be seen in Ahmedabad.

Hussain-Doshi's Gufa

It is a gallery located in the campus of the Center for Environment Planning and Technology, housing the collaborative efforts of artist M.F.Hussain and architect B.V.Doshi where art and architecture fuse together and complement each other magnificently.

Thol Lake

The lake provide ample amount of food for quite a number of birds while the hydrological ecosystem takes care of the others. One gets overwhelmed with flocks of bird flying together and crating graphical patterns on the sky while long-legged elongated necked cranes keep stalking for fishes and small insects.



By Road

Ahmedabad has a wide network of roads. For travelers residing in other parts of Gujarat like Vadodra, Gandhinagar, Palitana, Rajkot, and Jamnagar, traveling to Ahmedabad is very convenient by road.



By Air

There are numerous domestic and international airlines that operate flights on a regular basis. Ahmedabad is connected to all the major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai via air.



By Rail

Ahmedabad is very well connected with West parts of the country by train. There are regular trains to metropolitans like Delhi and Mumbai.

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