Places To Visit @ Ahmedabad

1. Sabarmati Riverfront - Provides Ahmedabad with a meaningful waterfront environment along the banks of the Sabarmati River and to redefine an identity of Ahmedabad around the river. The project looks to reconnect the city with the river, Its beauty is to be seen to be believed!

2. Sabarmati Ashram - Feel the freedom struggle of India and let it move you to feel the nostalgia of Mahatama Gandhi and his principles. See the simplicity of a space that provided the canvas of contrast with non violence to the Imperial Powers!

3. Akshardham Temple - SwaminarayanAkshardham at Gandhinagar is a mandir – a Hindu house of worship, a dwelling place for God, and a spiritual and cultural campus dedicated to devotion, education and unification. The mandir is a humble tribute to BhagwanSwaminarayan (1781- 1830) and the avatars, devas and sages of Hinduism.

4. ISKCON Temple - A beautiful temple, created as tribute to Lord Krishna and to systematically propagate spiritual knowledge to society at large and to check the imbalance of values in life and to achieve real unity and peace in the world.

5. Sidi Saiyyed - Mosque Regal, beautiful and unique, SidiSaiyyed Mosque in Gujarat is an iconic landmark of Gujarat. The mosque is famous for its intricate stone latticework on its windows. This iconic landmark of Ahmedabad, recognized for its unique window designs and is also one of the icons of our KD Marathon Logo!

6. SarkhejRoza - Grouped around a great stepped tank is the tomb to the saint, Ahmed KhattuGanjBaksh (1445), the mosque, the tombs of Mehmud Shah Begada and his queen, and the palace and pavilions. The buildings are remarkable for the complete absence of arches and the use of pierced stone trellises throughout and is one ode to the architectural elegance of Mughal era.

7. Adalaj Ni Vav -Adalaj ni vav (stepwells are called vavs in the Indian state of Gujarat) is a beautiful structure, descending five stories deep. It was built in 1499 to hold water, provide refuge to travelers and local people, and offer spiritual sustenance. The fifth floor is especially stunning, and from here you can see the deep turquoise waters of the well itself, which seems to glow with inner light, surrounded by astonishing beauty captured forever in stone.