Haveli Food Walk – Meet Real Foodist (5-June-2017)

07:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Rani Sipri's Mosque, Astodia Road, Ahmedabad, India 380001

With tickets

General: Rs. 275/-

Group(5+): Rs. 225/-

Foreigners: Rs. 550/-

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2017-06-11 07:00:00 2017-06-11 10:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Haveli Food Walk - Meet Real Foodist (5-June-2017)

There is no love more sincere than the love for food and a visit to Ahmedabad is incomplete without an introduction to traditional Gujarati food. Take a walk down towards various food zones of The City of Joys and you won’t be disappointed.
On this tour, you will be able to explore some of old Amdavad’s historical restored Havelis belongs to more of domestic realms, unlike palaces, and forts that enjoy the monumental status. Numerous Havelis in Gujarat belongs to the citizenry rather than the rulers. In the bygone era, Havelis were built to cater the business needs of wealthy merchants.
In the Havelis of Gujarat, one can see the use of wood in abundance. Earlier, the use of wood in architecture was a matter of prestige but the scale and extent of carving within the given home were ultimately dependent on affordability One can see the excessive use of wood in columns, brackets, frontage and courtyards. Notably, the woodwork in the Havelis of the Gujarat is coated with black preservative oil that gives it a dark appearance. The basic architecture of all the Havelis remains the same, some additions are done in some to make it look different. These havelis are a must visit for its intricate architecture.

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Rani Sipri's Mosque, Astodia Road, Ahmedabad, India 380001

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There is no love more sincere than the love for food and a visit to Ahmedabad is incomplete without an introduction to traditional Gujarati food. Take a walk down towards various food zones of The City of Joys and you won’t be disappointed.
On this tour, you will be able to explore some of old Amdavad’s historical restored Havelis belongs to more of domestic realms, unlike palaces, and forts that enjoy the monumental status. Numerous Havelis in Gujarat belongs to the citizenry rather than the rulers. In the bygone era, Havelis were built to cater the business needs of wealthy merchants.
In the Havelis of Gujarat, one can see the use of wood in abundance. Earlier, the use of wood in architecture was a matter of prestige but the scale and extent of carving within the given home were ultimately dependent on affordability One can see the excessive use of wood in columns, brackets, frontage and courtyards. Notably, the woodwork in the Havelis of the Gujarat is coated with black preservative oil that gives it a dark appearance. The basic architecture of all the Havelis remains the same, some additions are done in some to make it look different. These havelis are a must visit for its intricate architecture.

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