Ahmedabad - The Wisdom City
Ahmedabad is the 6th largest city in India. In terms of population, it is the 7th most populated city in India. Ahmedabad was the capital of western Indian state Gujarat which is now shifted to Gandhinagar. In Indian history, the name of Ahmedabad has come again and again during Sultan, and Mughal dynasty in India. During British rule, it was also an important hub for the rules due to trade and commerce. Even today, Ahmedabad is known for its cotton production which is the largest in pan-India. Ahmedabad is a perfect confluence of history and modernity. It is also recognized as one of the fastest growing cities in Southeast Asia in terms of trade and commerce.
Some important information about Ahmedabad
The total area of this city is almost 465 sq. km. It is situated on the back of famous Sabarmati river. The river has divided the city into two parts – the western part is comparatively modern part of Ahmedabad, whereas the eastern part still carries the most of the cultural heritage and monuments for which the city is so popular. Ahmedabad is hot during summer when the temperature reaches up to 45°C. The weather is too good in winter which is the best time to visit this place. The city is well-connected with all other Indian cities and rest of the world through air, road, and rail.
Famous destinations in Ahmedabad
The most famous sightseeing in this city and its outskirts are Sabarmati Ashram of Mahatma Gandhi, Kankaria lake, Sharkhej Roza, Swami Narayan Temple, Nal Sarovar bird sanctuary, Juma Masjid, Siddi Sayyed Mosque, etc.
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