Monuments in Ahmedabad

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  • Dada Hari Ni Vav

    Dada Hari Ni Vav

    Built around 500 years ago under the reign of Mehmud Begda, Dada Hari Ni Vav is a stepwell. It is designed to not only store water but also serve as a resting place for travellers. It is proof of the fact that water conservation was well thought of even in ...

  • Sarkhej Roza

    Sarkhej Roza

    Located 7 kilometres southwest of Ahmedabad in the village of Makraba, Sarkhej Roza is an elegant architectural structure comprising various buildings grouped around a stepped tank. These include a mosque and a mausoleum. It is also known as ‘Ahmedabad's Acropolis’ since its design is often compared to the famous Acropolis ...

  • Adalaj Stepwell

    Adalaj Stepwell

    Located in the village of Adalaj and built in the year 1499 by Queen Rudabai, this stepwell served as a place for relaxation for pilgrims and caravans in the earlier years. Boasting of Indo-Islamic architecture, it was constructed with the belief that villagers would visit the well to collect water, ...

  • Bhadra Fort Ahmedabad

    Bhadra Fort Ahmedabad

    Located on the east bank of the Sabarmati River, Bhadra Fort was built in the year 1411 by Ahmad Shah of Muzaffarid dynasty. He also happens to be the founder of the city of Ahmedabad.

    One of the main attractions of the fort that draws hordes of visitors is ...

  • Conflictorium


    Owned by the first beautician and hairstylist Ms. Bachuben Nagarwala, Conflictorium is the first of its kind in Ahmedabad. As the name suggests, the place demonstrates the conflicts that the world has witnessed in the past.

    Once inside the building, the quietness of the place and ...

  • Ahmad Shah’s Tomb

    Ahmad Shah’s Tomb

    Standing right outside the east gate of Jama Masjid, this is the tomb of the founder of Ahmedabad, Sultan Ahmad Shah. The tomb features perforated stone windows and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Ahmedabad.

    Ahmad Shah's tomb is a perfect example ...

  • Shaking Minarets

    Shaking Minarets

    Also popularly known as the Jhulta Minara and Sidi Bashir Mosque, the most amazing and surprising fact about the place is that when one minaret shakes, the other starts vibrating too. Interestingly, the path that connects the two minarets is vibration-free and it still remains a mystery as to how ...