Gujarat’s biggest city – Ahmedabad or fondly called as Amdavad, is one of the bustling cities of the state with busy streets, work culture, traffic, and noise. But once you get past the initial greetings, the city offers a conglomeration of cutting-edge architecture, museums, ancient mosques and mausoleums, high-end life and enthusiastic people. The jovial mood of the city, rich historical architecture and ultra-modern nestling has led to it being picked as India’s first UNESCO Urban World Heritage Site.
With a majority of the crowd being from Gujarat state, the food scene of Ahmedabad is dominated by Gujarati cuisine like Dhokla, Khandvi, etc while housing some Indian regional as well as international cuisines. Places like Sabarmati Ashram, Adalaj Stepwell, The Calico Museum of Textiles, Kankaria Lakes, Jagannath Temple, etc being truly exciting tourist destinations to visit.
What people are saying about Ahmedabad
"“Blessed to visit there with family”"
Temple building are very attractive and beautiful.prayed here happy and healthy life for everyone. Only word suitable for this "Very beautiful and attractive Temple"
This place is excellent example of water harvesting method of past, but its also reflects the mythological stories carved in stones and design of Patola placed for centuries. Worth to visit with proper guide.Wonderful creation.
Dwarka one of the famous religious temple in the world where one and only Lord Krishna was borned.This place is one of the lovable religious destination. People who loved Lord Krishna would really like this place. I suggest this place after I visit this place iam really so happy the designs of the temple are really awesome. Highly Recommend