Ahmedabad is located on banks of the river Sabarmati. It is the biggest city in Gujarat. The city is hub of commerce and trade in Gujarat. The commercial importance of Ahmedabad makes it a significant travel city in India. Other than being home to various vital industries, the city also has a number of royal monuments which remind of the wonderful historical and cultural past of the city.
Over the years, the city has earned the nickname of the Manchester of East. Apart from being a growing centre of scientific industries, higher education and information technology, Ahmedabad relishes the visits of thousands of tourists. If you want to take a trip to this city, just book rooms in heritage hotel Ahmedabad and enjoy a rich experience. For now, have a peep into some of its tourist spots.
Pleasant and calm, Sabarmati Ashram is an interesting abode to get peace and tranquillity. It is located on the banks of River Sabarmati. It is also well known with the name of Gandhi Ashram. It was built by Gandhiji after he returned from South Africa in1915. Mahatma was passionateto pursue works related to different areas of khadi udyog, agriculture and animal husbandry from here.
Today, Sabarmati Ashram is the most significant tourist place in Ahmedabad. A large number of Indian and worldwide tourists gather here to get a look at the memories ofLife of Gandhi, his actions and success and failures while trying to change India. The entire place gives a historic feel and here you can easily shake hands with the historic glory.
LalbhaiDalpatbhai Museum is also known as L. D. Museum. It is located near the University of Gujarat. The museum possesses Indian Wood works, Paintings, Bead works, Bronzes, Sculptures, Manuscripts, coins and drawings. The museum will certainly leave you enlightened and charmed.
Teen Darwaza is a gorgeous architectural marvel. The thrill of this spot shall surely leave you amazed. It has beautifully curved gates. Teen Darwaza is in the longest as well as the oldest gateways in the city. It was built in the year 141 A. D. by Sultan Ahmed Shah who also originated Ahmedabad.
The Teen Darwaza is scattered near the well-known Bhadra fort. It has been richly carved. All the walls and pillars of the Teen Darwaza are elegantly designed. The windows of this hypnotic monument are semi-circular and ornamented with network. The central window signifies the tree of life. You won’t just get innovatively curious but amazed too by this distinct spot.
The lake is one of the most cherished and vital tourist lures among the visitors in Ahmedabad. The beautiful and creative lake was built by Sultan Kutubuddin in fifteenth century and was named QutubHojj or Hauj-e-Kutub. There is also a beautiful garden in the middle of this lake. It is known as Nagina Wadi.
Thus, just check out the hotels in Ahmedabad city and book your rooms for a worth remembering trip. Your tour will fill you with enjoyment, charm, enlightenment, and thrill.