The city of Ahmedabad or Amdavad as it is fondly called was voted as the best city to live in by Times of India survey.
The warmth of the people of this city and the variety of food, that will make your mouth water are not the only thing that are famous.
The city offers a variety of landmarks and places to visit and such that if you do not visit them, your trip to “Aapnu Amdavad” becomes a dud.
Here listed are the 6 places that you must visit to become “eligible” to boast that you have been to “Amdavaad”.
1) Sabarmati Riverfront:
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The latest addition to the city’s landmark, the vision of Hon. PM Sh. Narendra Modi, tops the chart. With various entrances and different view from each place, this walk along the riverfront will be a memorable one.
2) The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) & The Road Side “Khaugali”
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Apart from IIM, the major attraction is the road that runs along it. The IIM Road or IIM as the 2 km stretch is commonly called, is the ultimate hangout place for youngsters, especially during night time. Sit, Chat, Eat and Drink (Soft Drinks, strictly).
3) Manek Chowk
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The ultimate destination to satiate your midnight hunger. Visit this place before 8 pm and you will see a jostling jewelers market, come here post 9 and all you can see and smell is tasty, delicious and mouth watering delicacies served on tables that leave no space to differentiate between you and your neighboring one
4) Sarkhej Roza
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Whether you are a religious fanatic or an atheist, this serene place will numb your senses and take you to a world of quiet, peace and spirituality. The drive till here is made worth by the awesome environment and world class architecture.
5) Sabarmati Ashram
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Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite abode, this ashram is the biggest landmark of this city. It is the prominence of this ashram that the biggest city road is known as Ashram road. A must visit place in the city.
6) The Law Garden
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Located in the heart of the city, this is not just a garden. It is bordered by the most famous traditional dress market in all India on one side and the city’s famous Khau gali on the other. Play, Shop and eat! All in the vicinity of this garden, flanked by a gigantic Tap that has magic water flow.
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