Ahmedabad located on the west side of the Sabarmati River also known as (Amdavad, Ahmadabad or Ahemdavad) is the Gujarat largest city. It is the seventh largest metropolitan area and the sixth largest town in India.
Ahmedabad has many remarkable buildings, excellent museums, outstanding lounges and fine restaurants as well as huge night markets, and each fascinating building has an interesting story.
Across the Sabarmati River, there is a Calico Museum of Textiles. It`s a big mansion of the cloth merchant having the significant collection of charming, antique and modern fabrics. Ahmedabad is a second largest cotton producer, and its stock exchange is the country`s second oldest.
In 2010, Forbes ranked Ahmedabad as the third fastest growing city. In 2012, Times of India chose Ahmedabad as the best city to live in. Ahmedabad is famous for the former houses of Gandhi (Sabarmati Ashram).
Ahmedabad is a city where people of different religion and community reside together. The people of Ahmedabad live a very straightforward and happy life. Cricket is the most loveable sport among the people of Ahmedabad. Gujarati`s love to flaunt their music and dance. Garba, Dandiya, Rass and Padhar are all practised here. Ahmedabad is a paradise for the food lovers here you will find vegetarian dishes the most.