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Ahmedabad, in western India, is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. The Sabarmati River runs through its center. On the western bank is the Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati, which displays the spiritual leader’s living quarters and artifacts. Across the river, the Calico Museum of Textiles, once a cloth merchant's mansion, has a significant collection of antique and modern fabrics. ahmedabad tourism tourist places near ahmedabad places to visit in ahmedabad for one day picnic places to visit in ahmedabad for couples ahmedabad tourism bus ahmedabad shopping gates of ahmedabad jama masjid ahmedabad ahmedabad india colleges and universities Ahmedabad tourist spots tourist places near ahmedabad places to visit in ahmedabad for one day picnic places to visit in ahmedabad for couples places to visit in gandhinagar ahmedabad shopping gates of ahmedabad jama masjid ahmedabad ahmedabad india colleges and universities ahmedabad ahmedabad shopping ahmedabad tourism ahmedabad india points of interest ahmedabad pin code ahmedabad airport ahmedabad station code ahmedabad railway station ahmedabad hotels
Ahmedabad has Masjids and buildings which are majestic. They are very old and Beautiful. Monuments of India. History of these places is astonishing. Amazing architectures of India Follow me on, Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/irfansview/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/irfansreview/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/md_irfan10
Mir Abu Turab's Tomb, locally known as Qadab-i-Rasul ki Dargah is a medieval tomb in Behrampura, Ahmedabad, India. History Mir Abu Turab's was the chief of the army during Mughal rule of Akbar. In 1579, appointed chief of the Mecca caravan, he brought back a large stone from Mecca with a footprint of the Prophet Mohammed in 1582 (987 H.). This stone is said to have been the same which Syed Jalal-i-Bukhari brought to Delhi at the time of Sultan Firoz. Taken first to Akbar at Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar looked on the whole as a pious fraud, and though the stone was received with great respect, Abu Turab's was allowed to keep it in his house. When (1583) Itimad was made Governor of Gujarat, Abu Turab's followed him as Amin of the Suba and was buried at Ahmedabad in 1597 (1005 H). The relic was afterwards brought to Ahmedabad, and perhaps near his tomb, had a building raised over it, and drew large numbers of pilgrims. In the disturbed times of the eighteenth century, as the suburbs were no longer safe, the stone was taken within the city walls. He also wrote a book on history of Gujarat, Tarikh-i-Gujarat. Mir Abu Turab's tomb is simple and graceful, 12.5 sq m (forty-one feet) square platform with a double colonnade of pillars, the inner colonnade formerly enclosed by stone trellis work. Local in style the tomb shows the art in its best form. The flat lintels have throughout given place to the arch, and as no rich minaret bases clash with the plainness of the main building, the whole is uniform and pleasing. On each face three large and two small arches point to the presence of an octagonal dome, and, without confusing, relieve the sameness. The dome is supported by twelve pillars. For contact :- + 918128781030 firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Rail Museum is a museum in New Delhi which focuses on the rail heritage of India it opened on the 1 February 1977. A toy train offers rides around that site on regular days.It is now equipped with 1:8 scale train, Diesel simulator, Steam Simulator, Coach Simulator and many more.
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The stepwell was built in 1485 by Dhai Harir, a household lady of Mahmud Begada according the persian inscription in the stepwell. She was the superintendent of the royal harem.
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