Best Historical Places To Visit In Ahmedabad

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Sabarmati Ashram

Situated on the banks of the Sabarmati River, Sabarmati Ashram served as the residence of Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba Gandhi for a long time.

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Bhadra Fort

Built-in 1411, Bhadra Fort houses many royal palaces, lavish gardens, mosques, huge gates, watchtowers, and open spaces within its premises. 

Bhadra Fort |

Teen Darwaza

Teen Darwaza, or the eastern gateway to the Bhadra Fort, was built in 1415 by Ahmed Shah, and has three arches; giving it its name. An iconic gateway, it has been featured in Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation's logo.

Teen Darwaza |

Sarkhej Roza

Built at the onset of the Sultanate era, Sarkhej Roja comprises a mosque and several tombs. Spread across Gujarat in huge numbers, Sarkhej Roza is a fine blend of Indian and Foreign architecture.

Sarkhej Roza |

Jama Masjid

When Sultan Ahmed Shah erected Jama Masjid in 1424, it was one of India's largest mosques. This stunning mosque is located outside the old walled city.

Jama Masjid | Shutterstock

Rani No Hajiro

This tomb complex is called Rani no Hajiro or Mughalai Bibi's Tomb, which means the Queen's tomb. Unlike other tomb complexes in the city, this one has the graves placed in an open courtyard.

Rani No Hajiro | Shutterstock

Hutheesing Jain Temple

One of the most significant Jain shrines in Ahmedabad is dedicated to Lord Dharmanatha, the 15th Tirthankara. Shet Hathisinh Kesarisinh, an affluent trader from Ahmedabad, initiated the temple's construction.

Hutheesing Jain Temple | Shutterstock

Dada Harir Vav

Built using sandstone in Solanki architectural style, Dada Harir Vav was built in the year 1418 by Dhai Harir, who served as the Superintendent of the royal harem of Sultan Mahmud Begada.

Dada Harir Vav |

Siddi Saiyyed Mosque

Referred to as Sidi Saiyyed Ni Jaali, it was constructed in 1573 by Sidi Saiyyid in the centre of the city. It has 10 intricately carved windows decorated with stone latticework on the arches and sides.

Siddi Saiyyed Mosque | Dchauy on

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