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For lovers of history, there is a lot to see in and around the city. Here are a few significant sights one should make time for during their time in Ahmedabad.
 

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Somnath Temple

It is famous for having been resurrected 17 times since it was first built. Home to one of the 12 Jyotirlings of India, it is believed that the original temple was built by the moon god and was made entirely of gold. After having been razed to the ground, Ravana rebuilt it in silver and then Krishna rebuilt it in wood. In 1026 AD, it was looted for the first time by Mahmud Ghazni, followed by Afzal Khan and then Aurangzeb. The temple has been looted and destroyed a total 17 times.

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Somnath Temple

It is famous for having been resurrected 17 times since it was first built. Home to one of the 12 Jyotirlings of India, it is believed that the original temple was built by the moon god and was made entirely of gold. After having been razed to the ground, Ravana rebuilt it in silver and then Krishna rebuilt it in wood. In 1026 AD, it was looted for the first time by Mahmud Ghazni, followed by Afzal Khan and then Aurangzeb. The temple has been looted and destroyed a total 17 times.

The Sabarmati River and Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram is a minimalistic place which every tourist coming to Ahmedabad must visit. Also known as Gandhi Ashram or Satyagraha Ashram, this was one of the former residences of Mahatma Gandhi. Having spent about 12 years at the ashram, with his wife Kasturba, it is from here that he led the Dandi March. It was one of the most notable revolutions of our country, which eventually contributed to India winning its independence from the British Raj. Today, the government has established this ashram as a national monument. You can easily get directions to the ashram from your hotel in Ahmedabad.

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The Sabarmati River and Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram is a minimalistic place which every tourist coming to Ahmedabad must visit. Also known as Gandhi Ashram or Satyagraha Ashram, this was one of the former residences of Mahatma Gandhi. Having spent about 12 years at the ashram, with his wife Kasturba, it is from here that he led the Dandi March. It was one of the most notable revolutions of our country, which eventually contributed to India winning its independence from the British Raj. Today, the government has established this ashram as a national monument. You can easily get directions to the ashram from your hotel in Ahmedabad.

Jumma Mosque

An integral part of the history of old Ahmedabad, this mosque is one of the largest in the Indian subcontinent. Built by Ahmed Shah, the inscription on the Mihrab of the mosque commemorates its inauguration that took place on January 4th, 1424. This place of worship was originally built only for the private use of the sultans.

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Jumma Mosque

An integral part of the history of old Ahmedabad, this mosque is one of the largest in the Indian subcontinent. Built by Ahmed Shah, the inscription on the Mihrab of the mosque commemorates its inauguration that took place on January 4th, 1424. This place of worship was originally built only for the private use of the sultans.

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