Sitting on the banks of Sabarmati river just a little away from its twin city Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad makes for an interesting visit. Right off the top among all attraction is the famous Sabarmati Ashram, the base from where Mahatma Gandhi planned and led the historical salt satyagraha during the Independence struggle.
There are Jama mosque and Akshardham temple with stunning architecture, colorful markets as Bund Darwaza Dhalgarwad, luscious garden and lakes. There also many museums out of which Calico textile museum is the most famous one. The others span from utensils museum to science museum to kite museum and archer art museum. Being one of the largest cotton producers in the country, Gujarat has inherited Owing to the rich textile traditions, Ahmedabad is a delight for those looking for an artistic exploration through fabric.