Situated on banks of river Sabarmati, Ahmadabad city is the real portrait of palaces and monuments that hold great historic importance. The city is the intellectual and cultural capital of Gujarat and holds some of the amazing sites of the country like the Sabarmati Ashram, Teen Darwaza, Kankaria Lake, Bhadra Fort and others.
Around 7 kilometers from centre of the town, this was the headquarters of Gandhiji during his struggle for the Indian independence. The ashram was founded in the year 1915 and it still produces handmade paper, spinning wheels and handicrafts. The Spartan living of Gandhiji is preserved in the small museum at the ashram and there is pictorial record of main events of his life as well.
This museum of yarn, textiles and fabric was established in the year 1949 consequent to meticulous efforts of Gira Sabarmati. It is a must visit spot in Ahmadabad.
Mosque of Sidi Sayid
This is the mosque with stone tracery and patterns of banyan tree on the windows. This is another popular tourist attraction in the city of Ahmadabad.
This is the circular lake that was built in 1451 AD by Sultan Qutub-ud-din. This tourist spot provides various places of interest to the travelers such as island garden that is called as the Nagina Wadi, an aquarium, parks, natural historical museum, zoo and a boat club.
Used as royal entrance to Royal Square of Bhadra Fort, the Teen Darwaza is a place of much interest in the city of Ahmadabad.
There are various other places to visit in Ahmadabad as well like the Rani Rupmati’s mosque, Shreyas Museum of Folk Art, Utensil Museum, Kite Museum, Raj Babri mosque and Rani Sipri’s mosque. So plan your trip and visit Ahmadabad, the city of palaces, mosques and other popular monuments.