We visited Ahmedabad in what was among the hottest summers this city in Gujarat had seen. A day tour around the city sounded fine from the air conditioned comfort of our Innova but when the driver pulled up outside the Jama Masjid, and I realised we’d have to leave our footwear outside, I was a bit unwilling. But we were in town only for the weekend, so we hopped out
The Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad was home to Mahatma Gandhi. Father of the Nation. And a million other names by which he is also known. We’re not about to start singing paeans to him, (there’s always a second side to every coin) but we will acknowledge his contribution to the independence movement in India. So what better day than today, to tell you about our trip to his riverside abode.
The Adalaj Stepwells came highly recommended by our Gujarati friends as a must visit attraction while we were in Ahmedabad. So when our driver cum guide at the House of MG recommended we ditch the day trip package and just let him take us to places he thought we’d like, we were thrilled to see him taking the 18 km journey to the district of Gandhinagar. What’s a Stepwell? It
A trip to Ahmedabad happened to us quite by accident. I’m going to put my travel reputation on the line here and admit we ended up on this trip due to a flight sale on non-refundable tickets, an incorrect google maps search and basic blundering on my part. But I’d been to Ahmedabad only a couple of times when I was a kid and Charles never had, so we decided