Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, was named after Sultan Ahmed Shah, who founded the city in 1411. It is one of the major cities of Gujarat. It served as the capital of Gujarat from 1960 to 1970. Ahmedabad has a strong association with India’s struggle for independence. Mahatma Gandhi lived in Ahmedabad for several years and it was from here that he started the Dandi March, also known as the Salt March, an act of non-violent resistance and civil disobedience against British rule in India.
Located on the banks of the Sabarmati River, the city of Ahmedabad built its fortune on the thriving textile industry, which earned it the nickname ‘Manchester of the East’. Notwithstanding its attraction as a business destination, Ahmedabad, the largest city in Gujarat remains steeped in history and has a wealth of historical attractions.
Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, is India’s first World Heritage City and is located on the banks of the River Sabarmati in the state of Gujarat. It is known to be one of the most modern cities in India, yet steeped in history and culture. It was the abode of Mahatma Gandhi and the Dandi March (Salt March) began from here. It has many historical attractions.
The five-storied step well was not just a cultural and utilitarian space, but also a spiritual refuge.
Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad is well connected to all major cities in the country
Ahmedabad is a railhead and a major junction connected with important cities and towns in the country
Ahmedabad is connected by excellent motorable roads and highways with the rest of the country
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