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      Ahmedabad

      With the Sabarmati River running through the center, Ahmedabad is the largest city in Gujarat. The city has a rich economy as it is the second-largest producer of cotton and got the second oldest stock exchange in the country.

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      Being the largest and the famous city in Gujarat, Ahmedabad has quite a lot in store to surprise anyone who tours around. Read more

      For most of us, dhokla and khakra have been the long reigning ambassadors of Gujarati cuisine. However, in reality, each and every Gujarati dish has an element of sweetness,

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      Ahmedabad, a fast-growing metropolis with a rich history and industrial set up, is one of the most dynamic cities of western India.

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      A busy urban metropolis, an educational center, a textile hub and a city with a glorious past - Ahmedabad is a popular and one of the most significant places of Gujarat.

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      The largest and the capital city of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is a popular tourist spot in India, well known for varied tourist places, its rich history, cotton textiles, diamond cutting, and street food.

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      Ahmedabad is a city with the a right mix of heritage, modernity, liveliness, luxury, technology and infrastructure. The cheerful citizens of the city, are always seen bouncing around, going ga-ga over their dwelling place. As they should be.

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      Exhibiting a fine example of contemporary lifestyles sustaining on the land with glorious ancient vibes, Ahmedabad is an acquired taste. The architectural marvels covering the floors of this town, the narrow streets that hide something extremely exciting around the corner, and the drool-worthy street food scene of this city combine to form the perfect Gujju experience in Ahmedabad.

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      Are you still wondering where to celebrate New Year’s Eve? We have the best destination for you. The city is one of the most loved holiday destinations among business travelers and party goers. New Year Party in Ahmedabad is celebrated with much gusto, enthusiasm, and glee.

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      Ahmedabad is one of the largest cities in India and it is the first UNESCO world heritage city of this country. The city is famous for its warm hospitality and friendly people.

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      There isn’t a better time to visit Kutch than during the famous Rann Utsav. A carnival bursting with colours and vibrancy, this festival is conducted once every year in Kutch, Gujarat. Imagine the white expanse of Rann under the moonlight as the cool winter breeze caresses your face.

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      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia Situated in the north of Ahmedabad center, Sabarmati Ashram in Gujarat was once home to Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba. The ashram is located in the stretch of Sabarmati River and surrounded by peace and tranquility. This is also the place where from where Gandhi began his Dandi March. Read more

      Law Garden in Ahmedabad, Gujarat is a lush green garden in the middle of a bustling city, is located in Ahmedabad in the colorful state of Gujarat. Read more

      Keeping up with the fast paced world is taking a heavier toll on us than ever. We have lost touch with our spiritual self and given in to the materialistic pleasures of life. Read more

      Often passed for being a historical place and a pilgrimage site, travelers often missed out on the romantic side of Ahmedabad which is what we’ve tried to uncover in this blog.

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      The ‘Manchester of the East’, Ahmedabad has long been associated with textiles and fabrics in India. In fact the first textile mill in India was started in Ahmedabad back in 1861. This long history continues today and there are several markets for shopping in Ahmedabad

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      If you’ve stayed in Ahmedabad for past couple of years to get a degree or lived there all your life, here’s a piece of advice for you- stay there and never leave! Trust me, because you’re now a spoilt little brat and it’s your city’s doing. Read more

      A bustling commercial hub”  and “sharp, kind-hearted, and family and fun-loving” are two phrases that pretty much sum up Ahmedabad and an Amdavadi. But the ‘commercial hub’ tag has hardly kept an Ahmedabadi from enjoying the life with family or friends.

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