Gujarati thali at Agashiye, The House of MG, is Ahmedabad’s finest heritage restaurant.
A visit to Mahatma Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram
A UNESCO world heritage site and the most famous stepwell in Gujarat is the Rani ki Vav (Queen’s Stepwell). It is about 130 kilometres from Ahmedabad, and, we didn’t have the time to travel. Instead, we visited the smaller one – called the Rudabai Stepwell at Adalaj, this was a few kilometres from Ahmedabad city. In the Gujarati language, the stepwell is called a vav, (leading down to the level of water). It was built in 1498 for a beautiful lady known as Rani Roopba (or Roodabai), who was the wife of Rana Veer Singh of the Vaghela dynasty, a…
The Ladies Market at Law Garden, Ahmedabad sold only ladies wear, here at Lal Darwaja you get everything else. A lot of places for street food mostly non-vegetarian variety – not my plate of food. When we went it was around 8 PM, so most of the shops had closed for the day.
I wonder what I was doing here? Seen here is the Ladies Market, Netaji Road, Near Law Garden in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. You will find rows of shops selling traditional wears for ladies, in all colours and styles.