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    One of the best places to witness the sunset in Ahmedabad is the Kankaria Lake. The polygonal lake (it has approx. 34 sides) with intricate sluice gat...

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    The Gandhi Ashram situated alongside the Sabarmati River, was the nerve center for the Indian Freedom movement. The beautiful ashram complex with it's...

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    The Sarkhej Roza is an elegant architectural creation remarkable for the use of pierced stone trellises and complete absence of arches. This monument ...

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    Ahmedabad houses one of the finest textile museums in the world in one of Gujarat's famous carved wooden havelis. The museum displays a magnificent co...

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    Somnath is one of the 12 jyotirlingas of lord Shiva, offering a holy pilgrimage, a beach holiday and a number of places of historic, religious or scen...

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    The Shaking Minarets, Ahmedabad or the Jhulta Minar is one of the most unique monuments in Ahmedabad. Located in Siddi Bashir.It is believed that the ...

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    About 60 kms from Ahmedabad, is the delightful bird sanctuary visited by millions of magnificently coloured birds in winter and spring. It harbours ov...

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    Situated on the Arasur hill near Mount Abu, Ambaji is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Gujarat, built of the finest quality of marble...

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    Modhera is famous for its Sun Temple.The Sun Temple is one of the finest examples of Indian temple architecture of its period. Built in 1026 A.D the t...

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    A rich Jain merchant built this temple outside Delhi Gate in 1850. It is built of pure white marble and profusely decorated with rich carvings, dedica...

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    Dakor is a temple town dedicated to Lord Krishna, about 50 Kms. from Vadodara. The temple with a striking image of Lord Krishna is the temple of Ranch...

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    If we had the task of designing a multi-purpose animal that could exploit many habitats, we would be hard pressed to improve upon the birds of the wet...

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    The Baroda museum and art gallery and the Maharaja Fateh Sigh Museum have excellent artwork collections by Indian artists and European Masters of Mugh...

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    The most famous mosque in Ahmedabad is Sidi Sayed Mosque, acclaimed for it's splendid Jhali screen, framed, in the ten semi-circular windows. It is a ...

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    It is also known as Shaking Minaret or Jhulta Minar, as when one minaret is shaken the other one begins to vibrate. What causes this vibration is stil...

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    Named after the Hindu wife of Sultan Mehmed Beghara, this mosque was built between 1430 to 1440 A. D. having three domes supported by pillars with the...

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    The Rajput Chief Kunwar Vibhuji founded Rajkot, the former Capital of the princely state of Saurashtra in the 16th century. It is famous for its Bandh...

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    Pols (pronounced "pole") is derived from the Sanskrit word pratoli meaning entrance to an enclosed area. It is a housing cluster comprising many famil...

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    Patan located around 130 Kms from Ahmedabad, is rich in architectural marvels like the 11th century Rani-ki-wav step well and numerous temples, and te...

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    It is a beautiful excursion from Ahmedabad with the historic fortress on a mountain, the holy Hindu and Jain temples on the pinnacle and the medieval ...

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    This is a small village near Kalol 78 Kms from Ahmedabad famous for Jinalaya of Ghantakarna Mahavir and Kotyark temple. There are thousands of people ...

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    Popularly known as Amdavad ni Gufa it is an underground art gallery housing the collaborative effort of artist M. F. Hussain and the architect B. V. D...

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    Gandhinagar, the modern capital of Gujarat, was named after the father of the Nation. It is the second planned city in India after Chandigarh lying on...

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    Gujarat step wells or baolis are strange and unique and the Dada Hari Well built in 1499 is a magnificent masterpiece representing the typical Gujarat...

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    Baroda, the City of Palaces has often been called the cultural capital of Gujarat and is filled with relics of it princely past. It is also one of ...

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    About 19 kKms north of Ahmedabad this stepwell is an architectural wonder built by Queen Rudabai and is certainly one of the finest monuments of Gujar...

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    Chorwad beach is the door to places like Somnath, Porbandar and many other places. Chorwad beach is globally famed for its unsurpassable beauty. Chorw...

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    Introduction : Nestled on the banks of the Sabarmati River, the Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad was the residence of Mahatma Gandhi. Considered to be one...

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    Introduction: Intricate design, exquisite artwork and beautifully hand woven fabrics are the major attraction of the Calico Museum of Textiles, Ahme...

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    Introduction : One of the most unique Museums in Ahmedabad is the Kite Museum. The Kite Museum, Ahmedabad is located in Sanskar Kendra. This museum i...

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    Introduction : The City Museum, Ahmedabad is in the Sanskar Kendra building which is one of the finest museums in Ahmedabad. Located in the heart of...

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    Adalaj is a village 18 kms to the north of Ahmedabad . The 'Vav' (step-well) at Adalaj derives its name from the lady patron, Ruda, wife of the Vaghel...

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    Surendra Patel, an interior designer by profession, has initiated a unique culi experience. He has set up on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, a quaint rura...

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    The Bhadra Fort of Ahmedabad is another place to be visited in the city. The place is a venue for Republic Day and Independence Day celebrations in Ah...

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    The Jami Masjid of Ahmedabad is one of the biggest and oldest mosques of India, built by a Bahmani ruler Ahmed Shah I (1411-1442), the founder of Ahme...

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    The Jami Masjid of Ahmedabad is one of the biggest and oldest mosques of India, built by a Bahmani ruler Ahmed Shah I (1411-1442), the founder of Ahme...

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    Located near Lal Darwaza in Ahmedabad, the Sidi Sayyad Mosque is world renowned for its intricate stone carvings, especially for its ten unique and sp...

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    The International Kite Festival is always held in Ahmedabad on January 14, to coincide with the festival of Uttarayan or Makar Sankranti. It is a joyo...

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    Horse Safari has always remained a source of adventure and fun. In Ahmedabad, the Horse Safari tours are one of the best ways of viewing wildlife. The...

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