Ahmedabad or Amdavad as it is locally called by its residents sees itself as the largest city in the state of Gujarat, India. The city gets nourished by Sabarmati River. The city of Ahmedabad holds such a contrasting flavour of places that one may get amazed by the balance it holds. There is a high on Fashion malls and to compliment it is a place of simplicity- The Gandhi Ashram. The city has been a hub to all kind of industries and people. Be it education institutes, industries, information technology, business, art, music and culture, activism and social development organizations all have found their place in this mysterious yet friendly city. During the Mughal Reign, the city emerged as a prime trade centre and got ahead. It gained fame for its agonizing varieties of textile and never saw back then. It was during the golden period of this city that it was adorned with beautiful gardens and numerous setups and received many names as Amraiwadi, Ambawadi, and Shahibaag, which makes us feel its glorious past. To mark its place in the Indian movement of Independence, the people of Ahmedabad took a great step. They joined Gandhiji in his peaceful protests of Dandi march and also got involved grandly in the later freedom fights. To visit here are innumerable places relating to history, religion, collection, art, and fashion. One can never get bored tasting the mouth-watering cuisine of Ahmedabad and stocking up their bags with the Ahmedabad textiles. There is a wide-ranging variety of very palatable food items that will bring you a new taste for Indian food. The best time to visit Ahmedabad is in the winter months. It is also among one of the largest and hard at work cities in the country. Ahmedabad is its kind of city that have vibrant cultural elements as well as modern. This beautiful old city having traditional wooden houses which are exceptional for the carving on wood and beauty.