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A tiny hare chasing a strong ferocious dog is what symbolizes the spirit and embarkation of a city that has overwhelmed the world over. It is this sight that inspired Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1411 to make this city his capital and bestowed upon it the name "Ahmedabad". This land has witnessed the rule of varied empires and has pursued the voice of some great national leaders. It has also been the home to many of our great freedom strugglers and also base for a many significant freedom movements.

"Amdavadi's" as locally termed are warm hearted people with an undying spirit of living life to its fullest. People in the city are accommodating in terms of religious views and beliefs. Originally resided by Gujarati's the city is now a cosmopolitan place with attributes of a metropolitan. The mother tongue is predominantly gujarati but also fluently speak in Hindi and English. They share an easy going approach to life and believe in enjoying every precious moment with an unmatched enthusiasm. And, thus the celebrations indulged into during festivities is both exhilarating and heart warming.
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Festivals play a significant role in the social life of the people as it a concoction of traditional and contemporary values harnessed by them. Then, may it be the first cheer of the season with a "kaipo che" from one bustling terrace overlooking another during Uttarayan ,a kite flying festival, which is now celebrated at an international level as kitists around the world travel down to Ahmedabad to celebrate International kite flying festival. The exorbitant parties in holi filled with colours of love and harmony or the religious Rath Yatra, a procession taken out from the jagannath temple, the people of Ahmedabad know to live it all. The magnification yet continues with the nine nights of fervor and dance, world's longest dance festival, which captivates the city and restores the mood till the auspicious occasion of Diwali. Another, sight not to be missed is the "Tarnetar fair" held at a few distance from Ahmedabad which yet follows the practice of swayamyar, an old form of conducting marriages. May it be to please lord Krishna or sway to the carols sung for Mary's boy child, the people respect and adorn the vibrancy that every religion has to offer. Ahmedabad is a city that revels in beguilement and celebrates life throughout the year in its own distinctive way.
Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary :
At a stretch of 70 km from Ahmedabad, Nal Sarovar bird sanctuary is basically a natural lake it is well known for the vivid birds that migrate from Siberia.
 
Law Garden is famous for their mirror work handicraft.  
Ten Acres City Mall, Gallops, iskcon mall, Pyramid, Pantaloons, Westside.
Shopping area's are C.G. Road, Satellite Road & SG Road.  
Street markets like the Dhalgarwad, Ratan pole.  
 
Multiplexes (Fun Republic , Wide Angle, City Gold, R-World)  
Drive-in-cinema
Water Park and Go Karting outlets  
 
Jhulta Minara : Quite an unusual structure, Jhulta Minara or swaying minarets are a part of the mosque of Siddi Bashir and can be moved back and forth by applying a little force at the topmost arch.
 
Bhadra Fort : To add special charm to the varied sights of the city there is the Bhadra Fort, which once housed royal palaces and well-laid gardens.
Heritage walk should be a must do activity in your itinerary.  
 
Calico Textile Museum is one of the finest textile museums in the world in one of Gujarat 's famous carved wooden havelis. The museum displays a magnificent collection of rare textiles dating back to the 17th century.
 
Hussain Doshi Gufa is an artistic architectural display by none other than renowned artist M.F Hussain.
Gandhi Aashram is from where Mahatma began his famous 'Dandi March' in 1930 to protest against the Salt Tax imposed by the British. The ashram today continues the work started by Mahatma and houses a handicrafts centre, a handmade paper factory and a spinning wheel factory.
 
 
Sidi Sayed Mosque is unique for its exquisite screens, which are praised for their amazing Jhali screen, framed, in the ten semi-circular windows.
 
Akshardham Temple , Rich and Wonderful architecture.
Hathisingh Jain Temple, Shahibaug Road , An impressive white structure, the Jain temple built of white marble and elaborately carved is dedicated to Dharmanath - the 15th Jina or Jain Apostle.
 
Juma Majid (mosque) : It is amongst the most popular tourist sights in the city. Built of yellow sandstone this mosque stands on 260 pillars which support 15 domes at varying elevations.
 
Vaishnodevi Temple Replica of famouse vaishnodevi temple.  
 
 
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