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Hindu Temple
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Bus Station
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Café
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Point of Interest
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Bus Station
“ On his return from South Africa, Gandhi’s first Ashram in India was established in the Kochrab area of Ahmedabad on 25 May 1915. The Ashram was then shifted on 17 June 1917 to a piece of open land on the banks of the river Sabarmati. Reasons for this shift included: he wanted to do some experiments in living eg farming, animal husbandry, cow breeding, Khadi and related constructive activities, for which he was in search of this kind of barren land; mythologically, it was the ashram site of Dadhichi Rishi who had donated his bones for a righteous war; it is between a jail and a crematorium as he believed that a satyagrahi has to invariably go to either place. The Sabarmati Ashram (also known as Harijan Ashram) was home to Mohandas Gandhi from 1917 until 1930 and served as one of the main centres of the Indian freedom struggle. Originally called the Satyagraha Ashram, reflecting the movement toward passive resistance launched by the Mahatma, the Ashram became home to the ideology that set India free. Sabarmati Ashram named for the river on which it sits, was created with a dual mission. To serve as an institution that would carry on a search for truth and a platform to bring together a group of workers committed to non-violence who would help secure freedom for India. By conceiving such a vision Gandhi and his followers hoped to foster a new social construct of truth and non-violence that would help to revolutionize the existing pattern of like. ”
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Parque
“Its a bird wathcer/ornithologist's paradise & beautiful to watch a variety of migratory birds from across the world. ”
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Place of Worship
“One of the famous mosques of Ahmedabad, Sarkhej Roza, is situated on the south-west zone of the city. Its grandeur, architect and the overall serenity of the place is what makes me fall in love with it over and again.”
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Parque
“Lake situated in the heart of the city at Vastrapur locale with lots to do - eateries, movies, cinemas and the Alpha Mall.”
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Point of Interest
Lodging
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Restaurante
“It is famous with Youngsters who love fast foods and espresso coffee. It is a must visit place.”
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Restaurante
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Premise
“ Adalaj Step Well or Adalaj ni Vav as it is known is Gujarati is a magnificent example of Indo-Islamic architecture in Gujarat. Located at a distance of 18kms away from Ahmedabad city in the quiet village of Adalaj in Gandhinagar district – the Adalaj Step Well is a must-visit not only for its superb architecture but also for its intricate carvings on the wall that add to the character of this step well. The Adalaj Step Well was built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai as a resting place for travelers, villagers and pilgrims visiting the area. The five-storey step well was built to serve not only as a cultural and a utilitarian space but also as a spiritual refuge for the villagers who came every morning at the well to fill water, offer prayers to the deities carved on the walls and to interact with each other under the cool shade of the vav or step well. ”
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Place of Worship
“Built by my great great grandparents, Seth Hutheesing had intended to build a grand Jain temple within this compound. Before his death, Hutheesing and Harkunwar had performed the required religious ceremonies and jointly laid the symbolic "first stone" of the temple. Hutheesing had finalized the layout and plan of the temple and was in the process of arranging finances and engaging craftsmen. The task of bringing his pious dream to fruition fell upon Harkunwar and her sons. It was Harkunwar who supervised the construction of the 52-Jinalaya Hutheesing Jain Temple within the compound of her house.[ The temple took several years to be built. It is constructed of stone in the traditional way, without steel, cement or mortar. It is richly ornamented with intricate and beautiful stone carvings and is now regarded as one of the architectural treasures of the city. It houses 238 stone images, 83 metal images and 21 yantras. The Pratishtha (consecration) of the temple was conducted by Shantisagar Suri, a famous saint. The festivities were attended by as many as 400,000 people.”
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