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100 Best Places to Visit in Gujarat, Tourist Places & Top Attractions 2023

100 Best Places to Visit in Gujarat, Tourist Places & Top Attractions 2023

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  • Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram is also known as Gandhi Ashram is an ultimate abode to acquire peace and calm. Mahatma Gandhi built it after his return from South Africa. This place is full of the memories of the Life of Gandhi, his achievements and failures attempting to develop India. It is proof of the life of Gandhi. One must visit this place to get the inspiration from the life of a great freedom fighter Mahatma Gandhi.

  • Jama Masjid

Jama or Jumma Masjid is the highest watermarked mosque designed in western Indian. It attracts tourists due to its beauty and architecture. It was built by Sultan Ahmed in the year 1423 with yellow sandstone. It is an exceptional Hindu and Muslim architecture situated adjacent to Bhadra Fort, along the road extending from teen Darwaza to Manek Chowk.

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  • The three Gates

The tri-arched gateway is the finest example of Islamic architecture. It is the royal entrance to the city, built by Sultan Ahmed Shah (141 A.D.) who was the founder of Ahmadabad city. It has been intricately carved initially served as an entrance to Royal Square at Bhadra Fort. The windows of it are semi-circular and adorned using meshwork.

  • Rani No Hajiro

The Hajiro is a place for graves of queens of adjacent to Badshah na Hajiro Gujarat’s Mughal Empire. This is a tomb situated near Manek Chowk is a popular destination among tourists. The queen’s tomb is a peaceful place as it is away from the hustle bustle of the city chores.

  • Nagina Wadi

It is a garden themed amusement area located in the heart of Kankaria Lake. This place is surrounded by straight tree-lined concrete pathway criss-cross half of the lake. You will find numerous food stalls serving lip-smacking local food. You can spend some quality time with your family and friends at the place.

  • Kankaria Lake

This is the second largest lake located in the south-eastern part of Ahmadabad city. Tourists come at this lake to enjoy the balloon safari, zoo, toy trains and amusement park. The lake offers options like archery, water rides and gymnastics. In fact, this is a perfect blend of entertainment, culture, knowledge and talent. In the evening there are many stalls offers mouthwatering snacks.

  • Junagarh Buddhist Cave Groups

The Buddhist Caves are not real caves, but three separate sites of rooms carved of stone used as monk’s headquarters. The Khapara Kodia caves are one of the oldest caves that belong to 3rd or 4th century AD.

  • Adalaj Vav/Adalaj Stepwell

Gujarat state is intricately carved is the stunning example of Indo-Islamic culture and architecture work. Stepwell is also known as a stepped pond which is constructed to store the rainwater. This was built in the memory of Rana Veer Singh in the year 1498.

  • Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary, Kutch

This Sanctuary came into existence in order to preserve the endangered species the Great Indian Bustard. The main purpose of it is to provide the shelter to the heaviest flying birds and protect them from being hunting. Monsoon and winter is the perfect time to visit this place.

  • White desert- Great Rann of Kutch

Rann ka Kutch is a reputed a salty desert with around the world. This place is also home to rich wildlife such as flamingos and the wild ass which can be seen quite often at this place. The place has the hottest temperature recorded in India, during summer it is 50 degree Celcius. During winter it drops to 0 degrees Celsius. It’s a great place to visit by nature lovers and photographers.

  • Champaner Pavagadh Archaeological Park

This park is the only World Heritage Site in the Gujarat State of India it also got status of UNESCO Heritage Site in 2004. It is spread over 1,329 hectares with an extended 2815 hectares.

  • Marine National Park, Jamnagar

Marine National Park is the first marine sanctuary of India having an archipelago of 42 islands. It is famous for its mangroves and coral reefs. The forest is enriched with different marine life like fin-less purposes, sea turtles, colorful fish, and dolphins. Here you can see an array of birds.

  • Saputara

Saputara is one of the best well-planned and managed hill stations in India. This beautiful hill station is situated in Dang district Gujarat at an elevation of about 1000m above sea level. It is a great place for cable car, paddle boats, hiking and trekking. Nature lovers must not miss this place.

  • Dholavira

Dholvira was one of the largest cities around 4000 years ago. This place is spread over an area of 100 hectares; it shows some fascinating aspects of the Harappan Civilization. This city is located on an island named Khadir Bet and is connected by an umbilical cord of a road that streaks across to the mainland.

  • Lothal

Lothal means ‘The City of Dead’ is one of the most prominent cities of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. We all heard about the Indus Valley Civilization, yes Lothal in Gujarat is that place. To know more about our past you must visit this place.

  • Laxmi Villas Palace Vadodara

Laxmi Villas Palace welcomes you to the world of Maharaja. This palace is four times the size of Britain’s Buckingham Palace. The 700 acres palace compound has Navlakhi stepwell, Maharaha Fatehgarh museum and a small zoo.

  • Pols of Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad has many big about 3000 houses and small pols from six house pol or Ghar-ni-Pol. The biggest poles in Ahmedabad are also known as Mandavi-ni-Pol. Recently the city has about 60000 houses in 600 pols of Ahmedabad. These houses were built at the time of communal tension and social unrest in region hundreds of years ago. These old houses remind us of the old culture of Gujarat.

  • Wild Ass Sanctuary, Little Run of Kutch

This Wild Ass Sanctuary is one of the most remarkable and unique landscapes of the world. It has covered an area of 4954 km2. It is the habitat to 93 species of invertebrates, 4 species of amphibians (frogs and toads) and 29 species of reptiles. There are around 75000 birds’ nests found in this place spreading in an area of 250 acres.

  • Velavadar Blackbuck National Park, Veavadar, Bhavnagar

Thousands of tourists visit this famous Blackbug park is located nearby the coastal area of the Gulf of Kambat. The park is located in an area of 34.08 sq. km. It has brown and dry grassland the animals like antelopes, wolves, hyenas, foxes, blue bulls and a variety of Indian as well as migratory birds. The people who have natural majesty must visit this place.

  • Sabarmati Riverfront

Sabarmati River has 10.4 km long riverfront which is one of the best waterfront places in India. Apart from beauty, it is a place if offers different water sports activities. During the month of January, this riverfront is decorated to celebrate the International kite festival.

  • Porbandar

Porbandar is located on the seashore of Gujarat. It is the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and Sudama the friend of Lord Krishna. There are many religious places to visit at this place like Sudama Mandir, Gita Mandir, Gayatri Mandir, etc. Apart from this, the city has two rivers and 69 lakes. The forests of Porbandar produce babul and bamboo as wood products. This is also a popular place for the business in various chemical and cement factories.

  • Junagarh [Junagadh]

Junagarh has a rich past with nawabs is located about 355 kilometers southwest of Gujarat. The architectural developments of the city is an excellent example of its past. It is also famous for its Kesari mangoes and a quiet place away from mainstream tourists sectors and away from hectic city life. The places to see in Junagarh are Girnar Hills, Gir Wildlife National Park, Damodar Kund, Mahabat Maqbara, Uperkot Fort etc. are the main attractions of this place.

  • Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar the capital of Gujarat is approximately 23 km north of Ahmadabad. Gandhinagar is India’s second planned city after Chandigarh. Gandhiji was born in Gujarat so there are many institutes associated with his name, there is a whole town named Gandhidham. The major tourist attractions of the city involve Adalraj stepwell, deer sanctuary and serpent-house. The festival of ‘Palli’ in Roopal village during Navratri festival is one of the most attractive places for tourists around the world.

  • Champaner- Pavagadh

Champaner-Pavamgadh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which was built by Mahmud Begada of Gujarat. It comprises the ancient monuments and temples an ideal mix of Hindu and Muslim architecture from the prehistoric era. Apart from it is a great pilgrim center for the Hindus. The Jama Masjid located inside the park’s area is the finest example of Hindu and Muslim architecture.

  • Saputara

Just take a deep breath and lost in the womb of nature at the Saputara hill station at an elevation of about 1000 above sea level. It is one of the most well-planned hills stations in India. If you like to hike or trek this is a great place for you. Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, gardens, Gira Waterfalls, Mahal Forest, Ampabda, Unnai Mata temple and hot spring, Vansda National park etc. are the major attraction of Saputara.

  • Surat

Surat is known as the diamond city of the world as 90% of the diamond is polished here. It is famous for silk fabric, cotton mills, delicious food and beaches. This is a great place to visit for the shoppers as well as tourists. The city is famous for its cleanliness, handicrafts, sandy beaches, Surat castle, Sardar Patel Museum, Jagdishchandra Bose Aquarium, The Dutch garden, adventure parks, temples etc.

  • Patan

Patan is the former capital of Gujarat and it is one of the finest places for handmade textiles in the world. It is also a famous place for Patola sarees which is the best textile produced around the world. Top attractions of Patan district are Bindu Sarovar, Patan Patola Heritage, Loteshwar Mahadev Temple, Rudra Mahalaya, Shri Panchasara Parshwanath Jain Derasar, Sahasralinga Talav, Sindhvai Mata Temple, Shankheswar Jain Temple, Pachmukhi Hanuman, Shree Padmanath Bhagwan temple etc.

  • Diu

Once Diu was the Portuguese Colony and now it is a famous place for six immaculate beaches famous for its scenic beauty and privacy. These beaches are popular for full relaxation to the holiday seekers. It is an interesting place for history enthusiasts. This is also a great place for the shopping of leather products, bamboo mats and baskets. It also offers you some exotic brands of Indian as well as foreign liquor.

  • Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar is a city of rich cuisine, ornamental palaces and it reflects the city’s royal heritage. The great collection of garments, woodworks, textiles, embroidered sarees and jewelry can fill your bags while shopping. Bhavnagar is famous for the embroidered cotton sarees. For diamond jewelry, Bhavnagar is the second place after the Surat.

  • Girnar

Girnar is Anthology of Mountains which contains five mountains. This is older than Himalaya as it is a sacred place for Hindus and Jains. Their pilgrims climb around 8000 steps barefoot from the starting point of the first peak to very last shrine to reach heaven. The Neimnath temple at Girnar is the main attraction of Girnar. The deity of Lord Neminath is made of black granite and its eyes are made of precious jewels. The complex of the temple has an open space, courtyard, and other minor temples.

  • Rajkot

Rajkot is an industrial town famous for traditional and ethnic handmade stuff. Bandhani sarees, mirror work, beadwork, patchwork, and silk embroidery dress material are the famous items of this place. To buy the right things at a reasonable price you must visit the local markets of Rajkot. The main attractions of Rajkot include Rotary Doll Museum, Race Course Grounds, Shri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Funworld Rajkot, etc.

  • Vadla

Vadla is upcoming heaven for migratory birds, is still unknown and undiscovered as compared to Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary. It is the cool and calm place to an exceptional view of the birds that are sensitive to human presence. You can see the birds like Flamingos, Pelicans, Cranes, Ducks and other shorebirds. It is the great place of behavioral aspects of the birds close without infringing upon their inhabited area.

  • Mandvi

Mandvi is a port city famous for its beaches and centuries-old shipbuilding yard. Mandavi beach is one of the major attractions of this place. A large number of travelers and followers of Swaminarayan take bath and rest at this place. This beach is considered as a holy place as Swaminarayan and his saints taken bath before 175 years ago. Vijay Villas Heritage Resort and the Beach Camp have a private beach so that tourists can enjoy Mandavi beach with their privacy.

  • Pirotan Island

Pirotan Island is one of the forty-two islands in the marine park area. This is one of the two islands which is permitted to the tourists and visitors. The main attractions of this island are a vast park, mangrove vegetation, a wide variety of birds; it is studded with coral reefs and low tide beaches. The biodiversity of flora and fauna is just amazing with an abundance of marine life. It is an enchanting island that is far away from human construction and way of life.

  • Zarwani Waterfalls

Do you love nature but never enjoyed authentic wildlife? You must visit Zarwani Waterfall with the hooting of birds, the serene flow of waterfall with a wide expanse of green canopy away from the city’s noise. It is one of the most sought of natural destinations of India which you have seen in The Jungle Book. Here you can enjoy trekking, picnic, and indulging in wildlife photography. It is a great place to click pictures of nature.

  • Hathni Waterfalls

Hathani Waterfall is one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in India. It is surrounded by a variety of flora and fauna. Although this waterfall attracts tourists of all ages, particularly it attracts younger people. It gives you a peaceful as well as a thrilling experience on your trip. You can enjoy dirt biking and photography at this place. The Hathni Mata is a prominently worshiped goddess at this place.

  • Modhera

The travelers who are with family and kids love to visit Modhera. There are two tourist places to visit in Modhera. One is the Sun temple this temple resembles the Sun temple of Konark in Orissa. The second one is Maatangi Modheshwari Temple dedicated to Goddess Modheswari, the goddess of the Modh community. At this place special poojas being organized during the Chaitra Navratri and the 15th of every month.

  • Statue of Unity

Statue of Unity is at a height of 182m. it is the world’s tallest statue. It is built in the memory of the Sardar Vallabhai Patel who is also known as the iron man of India. This is a fully functional memorial serving tribute that contributes all-around socio-economic development, healthcare, and education infrastructure research center for agricultural development. The statue reminds the sacrifices of Sardar Vallabhai Patel and also inspires the people to inculcate ideologies of unity, patriotism, good governance, etc.

  • Wilson Hills

Wilson hills are also known as mini Saputara is a little hill station near Surat as well as the smallest hill station of Gujarat. It is one of the rare hill stations in the world which you can have a glimpse of the sea. The curvy roads, a hill covered with greenery, top view of hills, little villages welcome you to enjoy the beauty of nature. Barumal temple, Marble Chatri, Steep Valley, Ozone Valley, Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Shankar Waterfalls, Lady Wilson Museum, The district science center, and Bilpudi twin waterfalls.

  • Wankaner

Wankaner is a princely town famous for its royal heritage monuments. It is situated on the bending point of River Macchu in Gujarat. Ranjit Vilas Palace, Wankaner Palace, Hazrat Shah Bava Dargah Sharif, Nagbbava temple, Machhu Dam, Mitticool, and Royal Oasis are the place to see in Wankaner. Wankaner is famous for its architecture which is influenced by Mughal, Victorian, Gothic, and Dutch Style.

  • Nargol Beach

Nargol is a quite unspoiled beach situated in a coastal village in Valsad district in Gujarat. This place is away from the crowd so it is a cool place for leisure and weekend as well. There is a fire temple which is worshiped by Parsis, they often come to this village for worship. A temple named Udwada is renowned for Iranshah Atash Bahram the oldest and famous Parsi temple.

  • Bhuj

Bhuj is famous for primeval temples, magnificent hills, wildlife sanctuary, and places associated with history. The city connects you to a wide range of civilizations like Indus Valley Civilization, places associated with Mahabharata and Alexender the great. For nature lovers, it’s a great place to be visited.

  • Dandi

Dandi has a prominent place in Indian history during the Independence Movement of India. The spark of the Civil Disobedience Movement was born at this place. The salt Satyagraha as a Non-Violent Campaign was started here to fight against the stringent salt laws. Great leader Mahatma Gandhi along with his followers breached the Salt’s Law at this place. Though, this place is known as a major salt center of India.

  • Kabirvad

Kabirvad is a famous place named on the name of Sant Kabir. It is situated on an island in the middle of the river Narmada. The tourists reach this place by boat which operates to and from the Shuklatirth Shiva temple. It has a Kabir Temple where people come to worship and pray. It is a historical as well as a place to enjoy the solitude and sanctity offered by a big Banyan tree.

  • Marine National Park

Maine National Park has established in 1982 it is the first National Marine Park of India. This park is spread in an area of 458 sq km in the Gulf of Kutch. The park has 42 islands the popular ones are Karubhar, Pirotan, Narara, and Poshitra. This marine park is home to a large number of different kinds of species. You can also see the creatures like a giant sea anemone, harbor shrimps, octopus, pufferfish and another animal float under your feet.

  • Anand

Anand is one of the finest places popular for the pleasant fragrance of freshly prepared butter. It is a rural place which has a bit of rural touch and a perfect place to relax from the hectic routine. Swami Narayan temple is the main attraction of this place. The city is also popular for having the roots of the biggest dairy company in the world.

Museums near Ahmadabad

Calico Museum of Textiles

Ahmadabad is well known for handloom spinning and weaving also called the Manchester of India. Calico Museum is a leading textile museum in the country, was established in 1949 is one of the major attractions in Ahmadabad city. It is situated in the Sahibaug area of Ahmadabad city. Here you will get 500-year-old hand woven and machine weaved clothes.

  • VECHAAR Utensils Museum

Vishalla Environment Center for Heritage of Art, Architecture and Research Museum is a great effort to preserve the rich cultural heritage and unique artistic skills. It is the finest example of the wisdom of our craftsmanship. You will see the utensils from thousand years old to the present time.

  • World Vintage Car Museum

Do you have a dream to drive a luxury car? The Vintage museum is the perfect place which must be visited by car lovers. The museum compromises the world’s best cars like Roll Royce, Bentley, and Jaguar etc. One of the best things about this place is you can drive the cars by a specific amount for a fixed distance.

  • Gujarat Science City

Gujarat Science city Ahmadabad is a journey through the solar system. It is a perfect blend of education as well as entertainment. There are working models, activity corners, labs, live demonstrations etc. to understand the science and technology for a common man. This is a government’s initiative to draw more students towards education in science.

  • Sanskar Kendra

Sanskar Kendra designed by the celebrated architect Le Corbusier. It is the house of two museums given below

  • Museum of the City

It reflects the history of city urban growth, activities of Gandhiji, sociological development. The Patang Museum in the basement is the showcase of the city’s Kite festival.

  • Kite Museum

Gujarati’s are famous for height in business and love for kites they never come down in both. The sky of Ahmadabad is full of colorful kites when the winter is at its peak. The kite museum was established by Bhanu Shah on 26th February 1984 by donating all his kites.

  • Toy Museum

Games are an integral part of the life of a child. Here you can find many games indoors as well as outdoors. In the earliest times, modern chess was known as chaturanga, which is flourished in India by the 6th century. Many other games are produced during the 18th and 19th century with a purpose to teach a child history, geography, botany etc.

  • Shree Swaminarayan Museum

This museum is the house of three thousand personal objects of Swaminarayan. Swaminarayan was an incarnation of Shri Krishna after studying the scriptures in depth he left his home at the age of 11. The objects include writing scripts signed by Swaminarayan, ornaments, footprints, fragments etc. These objects are kept here for Darshana purpose.

  • Khoj Museum

Khoj museum is India’s first museum to provide a rich experience of hands-on activities that increase the thinking ability in children. Khoj means to search or discover something, the museum is a medium for children to learn and understand the logic of science. It is an innovative space designed with a purpose to understand the everyday phenomena.

  • Kids Heritage walk

There are ten heritage walks giving different experience and information. The walk Ahmadabad aimed to establish the relationship between a number of visitors going to the heritage walks versus Walled city rival.

  • Amdavad ni Gufa

This is an underground art gallery exhibiting paintings and sculptures by M.F. Hussain. It is located on the campus of Centre for Environment Planning and Technology in Ahmedabad.

  • Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum

Katurbhai Lalbhai was one is the famous industrialist of pre and post-independent India. Due to his hard work and dedication Lalbhai group grow from one single textile mill to a conglomerate of 7 mills.

  • Gandhi Ashram Museum

This museum was designed by Charles Correa it is the place where Gandhiji lived from 1917 to 1930. The place has various items like books, letters and the expression for the spirit of swadeshi. The construction of this place is simple but delicate detailed post and beam structure.

  • Gujarat Museum Society

The Gujarat Museum Society came into existence with a purpose to preserve the archaeological wealth of the region. It contains a rich collection of arts and artifacts of the state. Paintings, stone works and sculptures are the major attractions of this place.

  • Kutch Museum

Never been to the Kutch Museum your Gujarat trip is incomplete. This picturesque art gallery was established by Maharao Sir Khengarji III in the year 1877 to display the rich collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions. At this place, you will see an interesting collection of coins, paintings, musical instruments, metalwork and sculptures.

  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Exhibition

Visiting Vikram Sarabhai Space Exhibition gives you an experience of a trip to “Mini ISRO” without any cost. This is a great place to explain the visitors an advancement and achievements made by the Indian Space Research Organization. This is a great place for the people who have a great interest in the field of the space industry.

  • Marvel Art Gallery

Marvel Art Gallery is the first art gallery in Ahmadabad in the year 2004. India is full of artists and the gallery is extensively working with extensive artists. The main motto of this gallery is to offer the best services as well as the quality of artworks.
Holy places to visit in Ahmadabad

  • ISKON Temple

ISKON temple or Hare Krishna Mandir located to the Gujarat Samachar Press. It has a calm and peaceful atmosphere is the perfect place for meditation. Many lectures are arranged at this place for the people who are spiritually minded.

  • Vaishnodevi Temple

Vaishnodevi Temple located at Sarkhej Gandhinagar is a true replica of the famous temple in Jammu. It is the favorite place of a large number of devotees as well as tourists. One needs a couple of hours to visit this place.

  • Jhulta Minar

Jhulta Minar is a 500-years old structure located in Sarkar Bazar is one of the intriguing architecture wonders that anyone has seen. It is an unsolvable mystery. The unique feature of this place is when one minaret shakes the other minarets shakes within few second. Although the connecting passage doesn’t transmit any movements.

  • Siddi Saiyed Mosque

Siddi Saiyed Mosque is one of the most famous mosques of Ahmadabad. This mosque is among the last few mosques which are built by the Gujarat Sultanate. It is famous due to its beautiful ten stone latticework, windows, jails on the side and rear aches. Now it is under the care of Archaeological Survey of India and a famous tourist attraction in the country visited by thousands of tourists around the world.

  • Dada Hari ka Vav

Dada Hari ka Vav lies just behind the tomb of Dada Hari ka vav an elaborately designed stepped well. This is one of the most complicated structures of Ahmadabad. In the earlier time, it was aimed to provide the cool water as well as a place for relaxation to the travelers. Thousands of the tourists come to see this intricately carved right from the pillars to walls to steps.

  • Akshardham Temple

Akshardham means the divine abode of God offers you an experience of a peaceful place. This is spiritual and cultural campus dedicated to devotion, education and unification. The mandir is a humble tribute to Bhagwan Swaminarayan (1781-1830) is a place of worship. Even the exhibition and gardens are full of spirituality. It is a true example of the beauty of God’s abode on Earth.

  • Jhulta Minar

Jhulta Minar is the example of swaying minarets is an example of superb craftsmanship. If you apply a little force on the upper arc the Minar tends to sway. It’s a great place for kids to have fun. One of the best things about this Minar is it can withstand the pressure of fast-moving trains that pass from a distance not very far from it.

  • Hathisingh Jain Temple

It is dedicated to the 15th Jain Tirthankar (Dharamnath) by Seth Hathisingh a rich merchant in the year 1850. The temple has a double storied-building made using while marble and intricately designed. There are 52 shrines in the temple every shrine is adorned an image to Tirthanka a traveler can relax in the temple and meditate in this calm place.

  • Tomb of Ahmed Shah and Ahmed Shah’s Mosque

Ahmadabad Shah Mosque is one of the major monuments and the holiest place in Ahmadabad. It was built in the year 1414 after the establishment of this city. This mosque was built on the site of a Hindu temple this demolition was done a range among the Afghan and Muslim rulers. The conventional architectural style with dome and minarets attracts thousands of tourists around the world. There is a beautiful and well-maintained garden attracts many visitors.

  • Palitana Jain Temple Bhavnagar

Palitana temples are one of the most sacred Jain pilgrimages. This temple is 230 km away from Ahmadabad. There are above 1300 temples located on the hill which are excellently carved in marble. These temples are built by jains during the 11th century onwards. The main temple is located on the top of the hill and dedicated to 1st tirthankar lord Adinath. It’s an incredible place to visit more than 27000 idols in the complex.

  • Sun Temple Modhera

The temple is located on the banks of Pushpavati river in Modhera. Surya Mandir is one of the few shrines which are dedicated to sun God. The brilliant architecture of the temples attracts a large number of tourists. The structure of the temple is designed in such a way, so that the first rays of the Sun cast on the image of the Lord Sun. This temple resembles the

  • Shri Arasuri Ambaji Mata Temple, Ambaji, Banskantha

This temple of a goddess named Arasuri Amba who has been worshiped since the Pre-Vedic period. The temple is located in the Arasur hills near the source of the Saraswati River at the end of the Aravali mountain range. The temple is made of white marble with gold cones and the red flag above the temple dances with the wind. The inner sanctum of the temple has silver plated doors. Navartris are celebrated here by dancing the garba around the holy mother Nayak and Bhojak communities also perform bhavai theather.

  • Ambaji Temple

Danta is one of the beautiful towns which is associated with religious tourism. There is no statue or idol worshipped here only a triangular Vishwa Yantra with figures representing the deity. The original seat of goddess Ambaji is on the Gabbar hilltop in the town. The devotees from different regions come here to pray through walking pilgrims, singing, and dancing with chants to the goddess.

  • Jagannath Temple

Jagannath temple is dedicated to Lord Shri Krishna. At this place, the deities are worshiped like Lord Krishna, Lord Bala dev, and Goddess Subhadra. Devotees come to the temple for darshan and the temple provides different types of Prasad to them. During the festival season, this place remains crowded on other days there is a normal crowd.

  • Taranga Jain Temple, Mehsana

Taranga Jain Temple is one of the rarest tirthas that the Shvetambaras and the Digambara’s visit. It is constructed in the year 1121 by the Solanki king under the advice of Acharya Hemachandra. The 2.75 m statue of Ajithnath is the central idol. The Swetambra compound consists 14 temples and 5 temples affiliated at Taranga hill.

  • Sandipani Temple Porbandar

Sandpani Vidyanketan has situated 5km from the city of Porbandar. This temple was the dream of Bhaishir’s genesis it has taken 13 years to fulfill the same. It is the contribution of a number of experts and is overseen by Bhaishri. As a result of it has become the grandest and most unique temple of Saurashtra.

  • Nilkanth Dham Swaminarayan Temple Varodara

Nilkanth Dham dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan is located in Poicha Village Rajpipla dist. Gujarat. It is a beautiful and shiny place situated at the bank of river Narmada. The lighting and decoration of the temple look awesome in the evening.
Shopping places to visit in Ahmadabad

  • Law Garden Night Market

Law Garden is a famous public place, outside this garden, there is a famous market for handicrafts. Here you will get an exclusive variety of wall hangings, branded sarees, antique jewelry etc. If you have bargaining skills you can do shopping at a reasonable price. The road outside the garden is filled with street hawkers selling all kinds of mouthwatering famous foods of Ahmadabad.

  • Lal Darwaza market in Ahmadabad

Lal Darwaja market is one of the busiest places in the city. Here you can buy good quality sarees, garments for men, modern dresses, and clothes for children at a single place. This market is also famous for electronic items and street food. Here everything is available at very reasonable prices.

  • Sindhi Market

Sindhi Market is a great place to visit shopaholics! Are you looking for some amazing and traditional dresses to add to your wardrobe? Visit Sindhi Market near Kalunpur Gate this is a great shopping hub. Sarees, bed sheets, dress material, footwear, and handicrafts are the specialty of this market.

  • Manek Chowk

Manek Chowk is the HUB for gold and silver jewelry in Gujarat. Apart from it, there are many markets like traditional, artificial, handicraft products, fruits, and vegetable markets. With shopping, you can enjoy fast food like Pav Bhaji, Golgappa, Icecream, Ghatiya Jalebi, etc.

  • Rani no Hajiro

This place also known as Mughli Bibis’ Tomb is a street market for women’s clothing, traditional clothes for Garba, accessories, mythological sculptures, vessels, etc. During the Navratri festival, this remains extremely crowded. There is no doubt this is the perfect place for shopping for women. Fernandes Bridge

Shadhid Bhagatsing Bridge or Fernandes Bridge is a street market for books. If you are a book lover don’t miss this place. You will get new as well as second-hand books at a very reasonable price. A student can also buy the subjects books as well.

  • Raipur Gate

This market is located at Dayanand Road in Sherkodta the local delicacies available must not be missed. Food lovers should not miss this place. This is a street market for Gujarati Snacks like Farsans, Vegetarian Kebabs, Dhokla, etc..

  • Ramakada Market

This is a famous market for personal accessories for women as well as kid’s toys. The accessories for ladies include hair accessories and fashionable jewelry. The toy shops are fewer as compared to ladies’ accessories shops.

  • Dhalgarwad

This market is famous for fabrics, saree, and jewelry. This is a wholesale as well as retail market for clothes. It is the attraction point among ladies who are looking for chaniya cholis, sarees, etc. This place is a bargaining delight and beware of low-quality material as well.

  • Chimanlal Girdharlal Road

This traditional paradise is famous due to traditional shops, garments, handmade pottery, etc. The Chimanlal Girdharilal road is named on renowned businessman Chimanlal who was highly successful during the 1960s. This market has an array of shopping malls selling modern clothes, home décor, etc. No doubt this is the costliest place in the city.

  • Asopalav Silk Museum

This is a pioneer in woven sarees as well as handloom. Asopalav Silk Museum offers the best quality, branded, and traditional clothes to shoppers. Here you will get a perfect mixture of branded Indian ethnic wear, style, and comfort. It is a hub for royal kanjeevarams, Gujarati Bridal sarees, and wedding lehengas.

  • Ghantakarna Mahavir Market

This is a local market for the items like printed sarees, tussar sarees, denim fabrics, dress materials, etc. In this market, you will get kids’ wear, menswear, women’s wear, sportswear, etc. This market is also famous for hotels, departmental stores, stationery items; computer items, etc. all items available at a very reasonable price.

  • Metro Super Market

Metro Super Market offers you all things available under one roof without compromising the quality and price. The market offers loading facilities, doorstep delivery services, etc. It is a specious market where you can buy food, non-food, branded and un items.

  • Ravivari Bazar or Gujari Bazar

This is the oldest and unique style of the market and operates on Sundays to serve the needs of people from the locality. It serves the villages as well as nearby towns. In this market, you will get the required items at a very cheap price that’s why this market is always crowdy. The

  • New Cloth Market

This is one of the best-established cloth markets in Ahmadabad where manufacturers, wholesaler, and retailers sell their products at wholesale rates. For the modern generation, this is a particular place as it has an array of shopping malls. It is also known as the wholesale market as the items are available at lesser rates as compared to the other markets.



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