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Calico Museum of Textiles

Calico Museum of Textiles

Residing in the heart of the city, the Calico Museum of Textiles is an outstanding example of Indian creativity and finesse. Home to an extensive and magnificent collection of Indian textiles, the museum is worth a visit when in the city. Its grandeur is enough to make any person fall in love with it. Dating back to 1949, it is a place to cherish and admire the best of craftsmanship and designing. It does not follow the traditional museum parameters but has its innovative style to present the collection in a modern yet culturally suitable surrounding. A wide display of court textiles belonging to the Mughals can be cherished here. Exhibits concerning embroideries of the 19th century, tie-dye, religious textiles along with a huge collection of temple hangings, miniature paintings, Jain art and sculpture, ritual art, South Indian bronzes, and crafts find their place in the galleries of the museum.

Adalaj Stepwell

Adalaj Stepwell

Adalaj Stepwell is a magnificent and iconic five-story stepwell that finds its place on the outskirts of Ahmedabad. Indeed one of the finest vav or stepwell in Gujarat, the history behind its construction is as appealing as its beauty. Characterized by stairs, galleries, and platforms, the Adalaj Stepwell is a masterpiece of creativity and unique architecture. Its construction was started by Rana Veersingh, who was defeated by Mohammed Begada in a war. Later Begada as an attempt to win over Rani Roopba, (Rana Veersingh's wife) continued the further construction of the structure. Visitors believe that the spirit of Rani still resides here. Considered to be an epitome of Indo-Islamic architecture with its marks in the stunning fusion of Hindu craftsmanship and Islamic patterns, adorning the exteriors and interiors of the well. Images of gods and goddesses make it an important place for Hindus.

Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple

Another landmark gracing the grounds of Ahmedabad is the Akshardham Temple. Recognized as an eternal place to offer prayers and dedication to Bhagwan Swaminarayan, it is one of the most celebrated tourist attractions. It takes pride for serving the country as a dwelling abode for God, a Hindu worship house, and a serene campus dedicated to devotion, love, and faith in the Almighty. Exemplary devotional spirit and exceptional finesse reflect in the architecture of the temple. Akshardham Temple is a magnificent structure that resides in the massive Akshardham complex. Elements of spirituality, divinity, and peace envelope the entire premises of the campus. Five large halls of exhibitions welcome your delightful presence in the mesmerizing world. A perfect combination of art, science, culture, and belief exists here. Cherish the fascinating light and sound show of the temple to get a sneak into the holy fables.

Kamla Nehru Zoological Gardens

Kamla Nehru Zoological Gardens

Kamla Nehru Zoological Gardens are also popular by the name of Kankaria Zoo. A fascinating place to spend time with your little ones, the zoo attracts nearly twenty lakh visitors every year. Since its inception in the year 1951, it has been capable of bringing smiles to faces of every person to pays a visit to it. Sprawling over a massive area of 31-acres, it is a fun oasis built with a perfect balance of nature and human-made objects, dedicated solely to preserve flora and fauna of the city. You can enjoy the company of animals like tigers, beer, elephants, white peacocks, anacondas, and nilgai while exploring the zoo.

Travelling to Ahmedabad, India

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Ahmedabad, in western India, is a culturally rich city. It also boasts of the country's economic and industrial center with its stronghold on tertiary sector activities. A perfect place for starting up your business plan with its liberalized policies, the city is also India's first UNESCO World Heritage City. With its colorful world of rich buildings, ravishing gardens, the iconic Sabarmati Ashram, and countless other attractions, it is a popular holiday destination for people worldwide. A diversified society breath in the vibrant and full-of-life streets of Ahmedabad which makes this landmass stand out from the outer world. It has its small world which is beautiful, unique and stunning. The city has a special mention in the rich pages of history with it having a special space in the heart of Father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. An array of striking and eminent structures, buildings, museums, parks, squares, etc. resides in the heart of the spectacular city. Home to the extra sweet clan of Gujaratis, the city is an epitome of charm and selfless love.

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Ahmedabad Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You can book tickets online from this website to avoid the hassle of the long queues at the ticket counters of the station.

How To Get Around?

An extensive public transportation network caters the city. Buses are the easiest accessible transport system in the city. Three wheelers, taxis, autos, rickshaws, etc. can also be used.

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Ahmedabad Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to travel Ahmedabad is during winter from November through February.


Currency is Indian Rupees.

Will I Need a Guide?

No, transportation is easy, and you can find anything on this site.

How To Get There?

A state-of-the-art airport, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport serves the city with its connecting flights to all the major countries of the world. You can also opt for a rail ride from the nearby cities via Ahmedabad Junction Railway station. Well-paved highways can also be reached out.

Additional Info

Gujarat is a dry state, so alcohol consumption is strictly banned in the city.