Travel Guide for Ahmedabad - Gujarat

Ahmedabad, founded in the year 1411 AD is located on the banks of river Sabarmati . Ahmedabad has been named after Sultan Ahmed Shah, who was primarily responsible for building it. Today, this city is known as the 'Manchester of the East'. One of the highly industrialised cities in India, Ahmedabad is also India's Textile City. Ahmedabad, a mass of factories, mosques, temples and high-rise offices, amazes the visitor by its unique mix of ancient and modern, along with the combination of thriving Hindu, Muslim and Jain communities that lend the city an appealing character that can be hard to resist.

A Witness To Indian Freedom Movement Ahmedabad became the base camp for the Indian freedom struggle. Gandhiji built the Sabarmati Ashram on the outskirts of the city. From here, he guided India to freedom. During the freedom movement, this city of textiles became the nerve centre of the struggle.
 
Ahmedabad city is located in the western part of India. The Sabarmati River passes from Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad is 460 km north of Mumbai. The climate of Ahmedabad is hot and moist. Winters are cool and pleasant but summers are extremely dry, hot in Ahmedabad and the temperature can be as high as 46°C at times. The city of Ahmedabad experiences good rainfall during the monsoon season during the months from July to September. As the city of Ahmedabad experiences a harsh summer season, and is lashed by the southwestern monsoons.
 
Ahmedabad is easily accessible from any part of India besides the other cities of Gujarat. The excellent road network, railway system and the air linking make Ahmedabad a popular travel destination of western India. In order to make the travel tour to Ahmedabad even more joyful you need to choose just the right kind of accommodation. You may choose from a range of luxury and budget hotels in Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad has the star categorized accommodation hotels around the Ahmedabad city.
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