A Walk from Ahmed Shah Mosque to Gaekwadi Haveli

07:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad

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2017-04-16 07:30:00 2017-04-16 10:30:00 Asia/Kolkata A Walk from Ahmed Shah Mosque to Gaekwadi Haveli

Exploring- “The lesser known heritage of Ahmedabad”
-A Walk from Ahmed Shah Mosque to Gaekwadi Haveli

Sahapedia brings you an amazing way to spend your Sunday – Explore the lesser known heritage treasure of Ahmedabad!
Join the heritage walk to explore the other side of the walled city along the river Sabarmati. Starting from Ahmed Shah’s mosque near Ellis Bridge, the walk shall take you to the spot where the foundation stone of Ahmedabad was laid. Further ahead, you’ll also be able to behold the hustle bustle of the vibrant Sunday market known as Gurjari Bazar or Ravivari Bazar on the bank of Sabarmati river. The walk also includes other interesting destinations like the old Mahalaxmi temple on the bank of the river, the beautiful Divan’s Bungalow which is a heritage house as well as 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 out the history of Ahmedabad: the arrival of various rulers from Ahmed Shah to the Gaekwads, Peshwas and finally the British.

While walking down the road on the river side, hear out the history of Ahmedabad: the arrival various rulers like Ahmed Shah to Gaekwads and Peshwas and finally the British.
Walk with us through the palimpsest of the spectacular walled city and be a spectator to the blend of modern and traditional lifestyle of Ahmedabad.

This guided tour is for free.

• Date – Sunday, 16th April, 2017
• Duration-. 7:30 am to 10.30 am. Meeting time- 7.15 am.
• Meeting Point – Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad
• Walk led by- Pratik Shah
Things to keep in mind:
*Mandatory registration closes after 25 entries.

After the online registration, do inform through a text message or an email, before the walk, if you are unable to attend it.
Contact at: 8905602613 (Pratik Shah) or Email us -walks@sahapedia.org
*Parking facilities available near Ahmed Shah’s mosque.
* 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.

Source: Facebook

Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad

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Exploring- “The lesser known heritage of Ahmedabad”
-A Walk from Ahmed Shah Mosque to Gaekwadi Haveli

Sahapedia brings you an amazing way to spend your Sunday – Explore the lesser known heritage treasure of Ahmedabad!
Join the heritage walk to explore the other side of the walled city along the river Sabarmati. Starting from Ahmed Shah’s mosque near Ellis Bridge, the walk shall take you to the spot where the foundation stone of Ahmedabad was laid. Further ahead, you’ll also be able to behold the hustle bustle of the vibrant Sunday market known as Gurjari Bazar or Ravivari Bazar on the bank of Sabarmati river. The walk also includes other interesting destinations like the old Mahalaxmi temple on the bank of the river, the beautiful Divan’s Bungalow which is a heritage house as well as 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 out the history of Ahmedabad: the arrival of various rulers from Ahmed Shah to the Gaekwads, Peshwas and finally the British.

While walking down the road on the river side, hear out the history of Ahmedabad: the arrival various rulers like Ahmed Shah to Gaekwads and Peshwas and finally the British.
Walk with us through the palimpsest of the spectacular walled city and be a spectator to the blend of modern and traditional lifestyle of Ahmedabad.

This guided tour is for free.

• Date – Sunday, 16th April, 2017
• Duration-. 7:30 am to 10.30 am. Meeting time- 7.15 am.
• Meeting Point – Ahmed Shah mosque, Near Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad
• Walk led by- Pratik Shah
Things to keep in mind:
*Mandatory registration closes after 25 entries.

After the online registration, do inform through a text message or an email, before the walk, if you are unable to attend it.
Contact at: 8905602613 (Pratik Shah) or Email us -walks@sahapedia.org
*Parking facilities available near Ahmed Shah’s mosque.
* 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.

Source: Facebook




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