Culture & Heritage
Adalaj Stepwell ( Rudabai Stepwell)
Ahmedabad is a perfect place for people visiting and visiting great tourism attractions along with the number of attractions to explore in and around the city. Ahmedabad enjoys rich cultural traditions, it is the center of Gujarati cultural activities and has various traditions of different ethnic and religious communities. The festivals celebrated here include Ganesh Chaturthi, Navaratri and Diwali. The celebration of the celebration and worship includes the annual annual kite festival on 14 January. Navratri nights are celebrated with various folk songs of Gujarat in different places in the city.
Deepavali celebrates the festival of light, celebrated with lamps in every home. An annual Rath Yatra on Vikram Samit’s Jadh-Sud-Bij and an integral part of the celebration of Tajali in the Muslim holy month of Muharram, the hare culture.
Jama Masjid Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad city is rich with rich architectural heritage which is important for the local identity and continuity of the place. The property of leading heritage is the Indo-Islamic monuments of the 15th to 17th centuries: the tombs of the jamas, three gates, the elite gate and historic roots, and the tombs of the queen and kings, the rest of the castle walls, 12 original gates and other archaeological surveys Indian (ASI) Protected by. In addition to these monuments, there is a potential legacy limit in the form of poles, which are traditional residential clusters of medieval period, making Ahmedabad extraordinary.