Ahmedabad: A World Heritage City

Ahmedabad: A World Heritage City

Ahmedabad, India’s first city, designated as a World Heritage City by UNESCO, is located in the western state of Gujarat.

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Book 1 Table of Contents

Contents subject to change as I like to update my books as I visit the city and discover new treasures.


Chapter 1 – Landmarks

Chabutras (Bird Feeders)

Darwajas (Gates)

Bhadra Fort

Azam Khan Sarai

Gaekwad Haveli


Ellis Bridge


Gujarat University Clock Tower

Jhulta Minara (Shaking Minarets)

Amritvanshi Ni Vav (Stepwell)

Chapter 2 – Pols (Community Living)

Chapter 3 – Haveli

Diwanji Ni Haveli – A Reference Haveli

Mangaldas Ni Haveli 1

Tankshal Ni Haveli

Diwanji No Bungalow

A Haveli Disintegrating

Chapter 4 – Places Of Worship

Huteesing Jain Temple

Vaghan Pol Jain Temple

Jain Temples – Random Images In No Particular Order

Swaminarayan Temple

Judaism, Christianity (Catholicism) And, Zoroastrianism

Chapter 5 – Islamic Foundation of The City – ‘AHMED’ABAD – The City of Four Ahmeds

Bai Harir Vav (Stepwell)

Sarkhej Roza


Jami Masjid (Central | Friday Mosque)

Rani Sipri Mosque

Sidi Syed Mosque

Various – In No Particular Order

Chapter 6 – Architecture – General

Ahmedabad Textile Miller Owners’ Association House (ATMA House), Le Corbusier

Sanskar Kendra, Le Corbusier

Premabhai Hall, B. V. Doshi

Tagore Memorial Hall, B. V. Doshi

Ahmedabad University, School Of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Vir. Mueller Architects

Lilavati Lalbhai Library, RMA Architects

Chapter 7 – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Satyagraha Ashram, Kochrab

Satyagraha Ashram, Sabarmati

Gandhi Memorial Museum, Charles Correa, 1963

Chapter 8 – Festivities, Markets, People 212

Festivities – Holi, Dhuleti – Festival Of Colors

Observance – Taziyas

Festivities – Uttarayan, Kite Flying Day (January 14 Every Year)

Markets & Roadside Entrepreneurs

Markets – Ravivari (Sunday) Also Known As Gujri (Second Hand)

People & Food

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