Exploring- The Other Side of the Walled City of Ahmedabad

07:30 PM - 10:30 PM

Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad

Open for all

Registration Mandatory

Things to keep in mind:
*Mandatory registration closes after 25 entries.
Link to registration form- https://goo.gl/forms/911QCH2sHfapLCjQ2
After the online registration, if the participant is unable to attend the walk kindly inform through an email or message on the phone number given, prior to the walk.
Contact at: 8905602613
Email walks@sahapedia.org
*Parking facilities near Ahmed Shah Mosque / Juni Jami Masjid.
* No entry fee.
• Photography allowed at certain places.
* Wear full pants as Ahmed Shah mosque does not allow people in shorts.
• Wear comfortable shoes and carry water.

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2017-03-12 19:30:00 2017-03-12 22:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Exploring- The Other Side of the Walled City of Ahmedabad

Walk from Ahmed Shah Mosque to Gaekwadi Haveli

This walk shall take you to the lesser explored side of the walled city! Starting from Ahmed Shah’s private place known as Ahmed Shah mosque, we’ll walk all the way down to the famous Sunday market Gurjari Bazar or Ravivari Bazar on the banks of the Sabarmati River. The Sunday market is a photographer’s delight and a treasure for the antique lovers. The walk will pass the beautiful Divan’s Bungalow which is a heritage house followed by the remaining elements of the citadel and wall that extended up to the river side and lastly the Gaekwadi Haveli. While walking down the road on the river side, hear about the history of Ahmedabad: the arrival of various rulers like Ahmed Shah, to the Gaekwads, the Peshwas and finally the British.
Walk through the palimpsest of the spectacular walled city and be a spectator to the blend of the modern and traditional lifestyles of Ahmedabad.
This guided tour is for free.
Walk Date – Sunday, 12th March, 2017
Walk duration-. 7.30 to 10.30 am. Meeting time- 7.15 am.
Meeting Point – Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge
Name of the Walk leader- Pratik Shah

Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad

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Walk from Ahmed Shah Mosque to Gaekwadi Haveli

This walk shall take you to the lesser explored side of the walled city! Starting from Ahmed Shah’s private place known as Ahmed Shah mosque, we’ll walk all the way down to the famous Sunday market Gurjari Bazar or Ravivari Bazar on the banks of the Sabarmati River. The Sunday market is a photographer’s delight and a treasure for the antique lovers. The walk will pass the beautiful Divan’s Bungalow which is a heritage house followed by the remaining elements of the citadel and wall that extended up to the river side and lastly the Gaekwadi Haveli. While walking down the road on the river side, hear about the history of Ahmedabad: the arrival of various rulers like Ahmed Shah, to the Gaekwads, the Peshwas and finally the British.
Walk through the palimpsest of the spectacular walled city and be a spectator to the blend of the modern and traditional lifestyles of Ahmedabad.
This guided tour is for free.
Walk Date – Sunday, 12th March, 2017
Walk duration-. 7.30 to 10.30 am. Meeting time- 7.15 am.
Meeting Point – Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge
Name of the Walk leader- Pratik Shah




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