Kankaria Lake

Kankaria Lake is a multisided artificial lake with thirty four sides built by Sultan Qutab-ud-Din in the year 1451 A.D. People are of the say that Kankaria lake of Ahmedabad was often visited by the Mughal Emperor Jahangir along with his wife Empress Noor Jahan. Apart from its historical importance; Kankaria Lake is one of the most favorite picnic spots of the people of Ahmedabad. Adjacent to the lake there lays a beautiful garden called Nagina Wadi. The pleasing view of the lake, the humming and chirping of birds and the greenery bordering the lake will make you fall in love with this place. You can also avail the boating facility. Kankaria Lake provides a beautiful view of the sunset. There is also a zoo and children’s park located nearby the lake.

Science City

Gujarat Science City, located in Hebatpur, Ahmedabad, is part of a government initiative to draw more students towards education in science. The center hosts anIMAX 3D theatre, an energy park, a hall of science, Planet Earth, an amphitheatre,Life Science Park and dancing musical fountains among others.[citation needed] The center also provides housing for students preparing for science exams.Since 5 years, a program called “Vacation Training Program on Bioresources for school children” is even organised by Science city with the help of government funds to encourage students regarding Bioresources. It is a month-long program for students who gave their SSC exams, each from every district of the state.Indeed scince city is a great place.

Sidi Saiyyed Jhali

One of the most admirable monuments in India, the mosque of Sidi Sayed is loacted near Lal Darwaja. The mosque is world renowned because of its splendid Jali or Mesh which is a finest example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. The mesh is framed inside ten semi circular windows. The filigree has been carved out of just one rock. The tracery of the mesh or jali is the completely bewitching and will make you have a mesmerizing experience in Ahmedabad.The central window arch of the mosque, where one would expect to see another intricate jali, is instead walled with stone.This is possibly because the mosque was not completed according to plan before the Mughals invaded Gujarat.The mosque was built in the last year of the existence of Sultanate of Gujarat.

Sarkhej Roza

Sarkhej Roza contains a cluster of monuments, the origin of which can be dated back to the times of Mughal rule in Ahmedabad. It is a platform where three distinctive worlds coexist, namely royal, religious and social. The palaces and tombs form part of the royal world, the mosque constitutes the religious realm and the tanks and pavilions have given rise to the social world. The carved stone grills create an atmosphere of tranquility, thereby serving as a great retreat for people seeking peace. When you visit Sarkhej Roza, do not forget to take a look at the tomb of Saint Ahmed Khattu Baksh, the spiritual guide of the founder of Ahmedabad city. It also houses the tomb of the Emperor Mehmud Shah Beguda and his queen. The architectural pattern of Sarkhej Roza is mesmerizing. The reflection of sunlight creates beautiful impressions.

Saradar Patel National Memorial

Sardar Patel national memorial was established in Shahibargh in the memory of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, who was a great freedom fighter. It is also known as Moti Shah Mahal. The museum houses various portraits of Sardar Patel, his family members and friends. You can also find the biography of Sardar Patel in the museum, which contains a detailed description of all the phases of his life. In the surroundings of the museum, lies a garden called Sardar Open Garden. Besides the museum and garden, there is also the Sardar Open Air Theatre, where documentary films are shown during specific occasions.The palace was built in 1622 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (1616-1622) to give work to the poor during a season of scarcity. The Shahibaug gardens of the palace were in the seventeenth century famous, the resort of the whole city, and one of its chief ornaments.

Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminarayn & inspired by HDH Pramukh Swami Maharaj. It is a miracle worked in traditional stones architecture & ancient wisdom. It is a place of education, entertainment and enlightenment. Hundreds of figures, dioramas, display and audio-visual shows, unfold a stream of timeless experiences make this place most admirable religious as well as tourist destination. But remember, at Akshardham you are neither a tourist nor a traveler. You’re an explorer, an inventor, a sculptor. You’ll discover the art of sculpting yourself from within.The focal point of the complex is the Akshardham Mandir, which measures 108 feet high, 131 feet wide and 240 feet long and features 97 carved pillars, 17 domes, 8 balconies, 220 stone beams and 264 sculpted figures.

vastrapur lake

Vastrapur Lake is situated in western part of Ahmedabad. It is officially named after Narsinh Mehta. The lake was beautified by the AMC after 2002 and has since become a popular spot in the city.
Every weekend, a large number of people visit this lake. It currently boasts an open-air theater and children’s park. There is a pathway all around the lake which serves many walkers and joggers in the early mornings and in the evenings.
The lush green lawns surrounding this lake also serve as a central hub of Ahmedabad, wherein various cultural events take place regularly.


Ellis Bridge is a century old heritage bridge situated in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. It bridges the Western & Eastern parts of the city across the Sabarmati river. This bowstring arch truss bridge was the first bridge of Ahmedabad constructed in 1892. Later new concrete wings were constructed on either side in 1997 and it was renamed as Swami Vivekananda Bridge but is still known to people by its old name.The original wooden bridge was constructed by British engineers in 1870–71 at a cost of £54,920 (Rs. 5,49,200). Except two spans on banks, It was destroyed by floods in 1875.

Sardar Patel Stadium

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium is an Indian sports stadium located in the Navrangpura locality of Ahmedabad, Gujarat. It is sometimes referred as Sports Club of Gujarat Stadium. The stadium holds the honor of hosting the first ever One Day International match played in India. Once a new stadium of the same name came up in Motera in 1982, the Sardar (Vallabhbhai) Patel stadium hasn’t been used for international cricket matches.The stadium is an adopted home venue for the Indian Premier League franchise Rajasthan Royals.  Indeed Sardar patel stadium is a famous stadium of Ahmedabad in gujrat.


A black tailed godwit gracefully descends upon the tranquil water, flutters its wings and sails on. A small, brown and white wader with a slightly up curved bill, the bird has traveled 3500 kms from its nesting ground in Central Europe to spend the winter at Nalsarovar in Gujarat! Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, consisting primarily of a huge lake and ambient marshes, is situated about 64 km to the West of Ahmedabad near Sanand Village, in the Gujarat state of India. Mainly inhabited by migratory birds in winter and spring, it is the largest wetland bird sanctuary in Gujarat, and one of the largest in India. It was declared a bird sanctuary in April’ 1969.

Adalaj Stepwell

Adalaj Stepwell (Gujarati: અડાલજની વાવ, Hindi: अडालज बावड़ी or Hindi: अडालज बावली, Marathi: अडालज बारव) is a unique Hindu ‘water building’ in the village of Adalaj, close to Ahmedabad town in Gandhinagar district in the Indian state of Gujarat. The stepwell was built in 1499 by Muslim king Mohammed Begda for Queen Rani Roopba, wife of Veer Singh, the Vaghela chieftain. The step well or ‘Vav’, as it is called in Gujarati, is intricately carved and is five stories in depth.Such step wells were once integral to the semi arid regions of Gujarat as they provided basic water needs for drinking, washing and bathing. These wells were also venues for colorful festivals and sacred rituals.


The Trimandir is a magnificent two storey structure with a Gigantic Hall on the ground floor and temple on the first floor. The entire structure with the center shikhar height of 108 feet set along with intricate carvings on pink sandstone is a sight to observe.The main hall of the temple admeasures 10,000 sq.ft and the podium admeasures 20,000 sq.ft.The Trimandir also houses a museum & mini-theater which gives glimpses on life/ Gnan of Param Pujya DadaShree.Besides Adalaj, magnificent Trimandirs also exist at Rajkot,Bhuj and Godhra. In addition, medium sized Trimandirs also exist at Chalamli, Bhadran, Vasna and various other places.

World Vintage Car Museum

Shri Pranlal Bhogilal is a connoisseur of vintage cars. He has converted his private collection of vintage cars into a museum named Auto World Vintage Car Museum at Dastan Farm House. The Museum has a collection of more than 100 cars. The cars are amazing and lovely. One could find all the best cars of the world – Rolls Royce, Bentley, Maybach, Jaguar, Cadillacs, Austin, Chrysler, Lincoln, Ford and many many more. Each car is in a perfect driving condition. In fact, you can even drive them by paying a hefty fee – Rs 500 for 3.5 km drive in a historic car!

Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram (also known as Gandhi Ashram, Harijan Ashram, or Satyagraha Ashram) is located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, adjoining the Ashram Road, on the banks of the River Sabarmati, four miles from the town hall. This was one of the residences of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, generally called Mahatma Gandhi, who lived there for about twelve years along with his wife, Kasturba Gandhi.

Sabarmati Riverfront

Sabarmati Riverfront is a waterfront developed along banks of Sabarmati river in the city of Ahmedabad, India. It is being developed by Sabarmati River Front Development Corporation Limited (SRFDCL), a special purpose vehicle of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation for project.The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) set up the Sabarmati Riverfront Development Corporation Ltd (SRFDCL) in May 1997 funded by central government of India with a seed capital of 10 million (US$160,000) and was charged with the responsibility of developing the approximately 10.4 km stretch along the river in the city.