One of the capitals of Gujarat, the twin cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar are two of the most developed in the state. At about 30 kilometers away, both cities are located on the Sabarmati River and offer many attractions to attract tourists. Some of them are:
Temple of Akshardham:
The Akshardham Temple in Gandhinagar has one of the largest complexes in India. The temple, which is dedicated to Swaminarayan, has an amazingly large 15-acre garden, standing in waterfalls, fountains, kindergartens and rock arrangements.
Adalaj Trimandir is a temple located about 20 kilometers from Ahmedabad. It houses deities of three religions; Jainism, Shaivism and Vaishnavism. The temple is administered by the Dada Bhagwan Foundation.
One of the most magnificent monuments in Ahmedabad is the Bhadra Fort. The fort was built by Sultan Ahmad Shah and consists of a palace, clock tower, Bhadri Kali Temple and famous Darwaza adolescence.
At the time of Sultan Ahmad Shah the largest mosque probably in the Indian subcontinent is still one of the most beautiful mosques in India. It is located right in front of Fort Bhadra.
Lake Kankaria is located in the southern part of Ahmedabad and is the second largest lake in Ahmedabad. The lake has a lot of fun and has a zoo, an amusement park and the Nagina Wadi Garden.
Huchseeing Jain Temple:
The most visited Jain Temple in Ahmedabad, the Huthseeing Jain Temple, is a two-storey building. The specialty of the temple is the Manastambha, dedicated to the 15th Jain Tirthankar.
Textile Museum of Calico:
Popular for its works of art, sculptures and textile galleries, the Calico Textile Museum is another attraction in the city of Ahmedabad. The museum strives to protect exposures from dust and pollution.
Adalaj Step Well:
Located in Adalaj near Ahmedabad, Adalaj Step-Well is an exceptional water house five storeys deep. It is one of the most famous stages in India and attracts a large number of tourists.
Indroda Nature Park:
Indroda Natural Park in Gandhinagar, Jurassic Park of India, is located on 400 hectares on the banks of the Sabarmati River. It is known to be the second largest dinosaur egg hatchery in the world.