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Monuments in Ahmedabad

There is always an instance when you listen to the name of a city and the thing you associate with it the most strikes your mind. You associate Jaipur for its Dal Bati, Kolkata for its Roshogulla, Chennai for its Dosa or Hyderabad for its Biryani. Ultimately when it comes to travel, cuisine is taken over by the monuments.

 The Dal Bati of Jaipur gets taken over by the Hawa Mahal, Roshogulla is overtaken by the Writers Building and Hyderabadi Biryani by Char Minar and so on. A city is always associated with its monuments, and a similar case is with Ahmedabad as well.

Monuments in Ahmedabad

If you were under the impression that Ahmedabad is limited only to its cuisine and shopping destinations, think again. The monuments in Ahmedabad are equally delightful as its cuisine and shopping. You cannot afford to miss these monuments if you really wish to have a ‘complete’ trip of Ahmedabad:

Dada Hari Vav


Complicated structures were the order of the day during those times. Dada Hari Vav, this 15th century structure is a stepped well and is considered to be the most complicated structure of Ahmedabad. This well, built during the reign of Mehmud Begda was intended to provide the travelers from far off areas, a place for relaxation coupled with cool drinking water.

Teen Darwaza


Sultan Ahmed Shah’s creation of the early 15th century is an excellent success on the counts of architectural designs. The monument has three beautifully constructed arches and domes which were meant to serve as an entrance to the royal Mughal family of Jehangir. It was from this place that Jehangir and his wife Nur Jahan witnessed the processions during Muharram.

Bhadra Fort