Ahmedabad is a business hub of north western India, the capital of a powerful and progressive state of Gujrat since 1960-1970. Ahmedabad city was founded Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1411 is one of the business center in Gujarat state.
The city experienced highest growth during last 10 years, highest in India. The city is going through the transformation as an education and information technology center, and scientific industries.It’s an export hub for polished diamonds, leather items, and a renowned business town of India. The city with a unique blend of ancient heritage and the modern vivacity offers a lot to visiting tourists. The Sabarmati Asharam is the pilgrimage for people around the world who love non-violence.
Major Attraction of Ahmedabad
Climate is hot and humid with temperatures rising up to 46 c in summers in Ahmedabad. The Manson time is good fell full during rainfall in the city. The most chosen enjoyable for visit time in winters are cool in Ahmadabad city.
The city has a glorious architectural history stretching back to a millennium. The Hindu craftsmanship fused with the Islamic architecture during the sultanate and emerged as Indo-Saracenic style. A number of beautiful mosques are build with the saracenic style. The Sultanate fused Hindu craftsmanship with Islamic architecture, giving rise to the Indo-Saracenic style. Many modern buildings and architectural brilliance came in to existence during the British rule and after independence.
*Area 245.71 Sq.Km’s
* Population 3,854,123
*Altitude 59.5 meters above the Sea level
*Languages Gujarati,Hindi and English
* Best Time to Visit November to March
Tourist Attractions around the Ahmedabad:-
Narayan Temple, a Hindu temple enclosed in large courtyard.
Ahmed Shah's Mosque,one of the earliest mosques.
Raj Babri's Mosque which has shaking minarets.
Roza of Sarkhej, which contains the tomb of the Sultan Mahmud Begado in memory of the muslim saint, Ahmed Khattu Gang Baksh who helped Ahmed Shah to build the city of Ahmedabad.
Bhadra Fort, which once housed royal palalces, now has government offices.
Huthising Temple is unique being a Jain temple.
Shahi Bag once famous for the palace gardens now houses the governor's residence.
How to reach Ahmedabad:-
By Air:Ahmedabad Airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, which is about 14 km from the heart of the city. Airport is connected with all major cities in India and also with many cities in abroad, like Muscat, New York, London and Colombo. Pre-paid taxis are available in Airport, costing about Rs 350 to Ahmedabad city.
By Train:Ahmedabad railway station is connected to many major cities including Mumbai and Delhi. It is connected to all major cities in Gujarat.