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  • Hathee Singh Temple

    Hathee Singh Temple

    Close to Ellis Bridge, the Hathee Singh Temple is located in a bustling part of the city. Named after its founder, Seth Hathee Singh who was a Jain merchant, the temple is a popular Jain temple dedicated to the 15th Jain Trithanakara named Dharmnath. It is known for its spectacular ...

  • Ahmed Shah Mosque

    Ahmed Shah Mosque

    Constructed in the year 1414 and named after its founder and the founder of the city of Ahmedabad, Sultan Ahmed Shah, this mosque is one of the oldest and most beautiful mosques in the city. Black and white marble has been used to make the prayer halls of the Ahmed ...

  • Swaminarayan Mandir Ahmedabad

    Swaminarayan Mandir Ahmedabad

    Did you know that 5000 acres of land was gifted by the British government in India to build this temple? This is the first temple of Swaminarayan Sampraday in Ahmedabad built as instructed by Swaminarayan in the year 1822.

    After the construction, Sir Dunlop, the then commanding officer, was ...

  • Rani Rupmati Mosque

    Rani Rupmati Mosque

    Established by Sultan Mehmud Beghara and named after his Hindu wife, Rani Rupmati Mosque features splendid domes, carved galleries and beautiful minarets. The central dome is slightly elevated and hence illuminates the mosque by allowing natural light to come in and make it look spectacular.

    The ...

  • Rani Sipri’s Mosque

    Rani Sipri’s Mosque

    Rani Sipri’s Mosque was built in 1514 by Rani Sapri, wife of Sultan Mehmud Begada, when he executed their son for some misdemeanor. Being a Hindu queen of a Muslim ruler, the mosque is a beautiful blend of Hindu and Islamic styles. This 50 feet high, 20 feet broad and ...

  • Vaishnodevi Temple

    Vaishnodevi Temple

    A replica of the original shrine of Vaishnodevi in Jammu, this temple is also thronged by devotees with equal reverence. It is 50 feet in diameter and the temple premises echo with chants of Jai Mata Di at any given time through the year. ...

  • Kashtabhanjan Hanuman Mandir

    Kashtabhanjan Hanuman Mandir

    Lord Hanuman is believed to crush sorrows and hence the name Kashtbhajan. About 150 kilometres from Ahmedabad and dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the temple witnesses queues of devotees waiting for their turns to worship his image and get cured of their illnesses. This is the only Swaminarayan temple where Lord ...

  • Raj Babri Mosque

    Raj Babri Mosque

    Famous for its shaking minarets and located on the outskirts of Ahmedabad in the suburb of Gomtipur, Raj Babri Mosque was constructed in the 15th century.

    Displaying a blend of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, the mosque lost one of its minarets during the British rule. The ...

  • Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple

    One of the largest temples in Gujarat dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan and spread across 23 acres of land, the majestic Akshardham Temple is built using 6000 tons of pink sandstone. The temple is an architectural marvel and a perfect blend of art, culture, education, devotion and exhibition. The Akshardham in ...

  • ISKCON Temple Ahmedabad

    ISKCON Temple Ahmedabad

    Displaying the epitome of true love between Lord Krishna and Radha, the ISKCON Temple is visited by people from across the country when in Ahmedabad. The temple is also known as the Hare Krishna Temple and offers a serene environment to its devotees.

    The shrine is ...

  • Sidi Saiyed Mosque

    Sidi Saiyed Mosque

    Built in the year 1573 by Sidi Saiyed himself, Sidi Saiyed Mosque is not only one of the most popular mosques in Ahmedabad but also one with the most ornate structures. The mosque was built in the same year when the Sultanate of Gujarat stopped to exist.

  • Jama Masjid

    Jama Masjid

    Built in the year 1423 by Sultan Ahmed Shah, the famous Jama Masjid is located in the heart of the city of Ahmedabad. The mosque is built using yellow sandstone and is also where Sultan Ahmed Shah and the rest of his family are buried. Once you step inside the ...

  • 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 ...

  • Amar Dham

    Amar Dham

    Along with being one of the most popular religious sites in Ahmedabad, Amar Dham is located within the city limits and is easily accessible. Well known for its magnificence and grandeur, Amar Dham will be a treat for you if you have an eye for architecture. People tired of the ...

  • Sri Mahalaxmi Temple

    Sri Mahalaxmi Temple

    The temple is more than 100 years old with a statue of goddess Laxmi made of pure white marble. The area where the temple is situated is known as Mahalaxmi-Ni-Pole. ...