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Stop At: City Museum, Sanskar Kendra Building, Ahmedabad India
City museum is a museum designed by the Swiss-French
architect Le Corbusier. It was named Museum of Knowledge
during design stage and was originally a part of a large
complex of Cultural Centre of Ahmedabad. The design
also included a exhibition area for theatre, but out of
whole plan only museum was built. Its foundation stone was
laid on 9 April 1954. Housed in Sansakar Kendra is a city
museum depicting history, art, culture, textile, antiquity and
architecture of Ahmedabad and also to nurture and
restore the ethos, pride and value of Ahmedabad.
Another Patang Kite Museum is there which includes a
collection of kites, photographs, and other artifacts.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Sarkhej Roja, Sarkhej, Ahmedabad India
Sarkhej Roza is a pre-cursor to a Mughal period in a
true amalgamation of Islamic, Hindu and Jain styles.
The dargah of Sheikh Ahmed Ganj Baksh Khattu a Su
saint and advisor to Sultan Ahmed Shah is housed in this
complex. The construction of Sarkhej Roza (mausoleum
-1445 A.D.) and the Mosque (1451 A.D.) were
commissioned by the reigning monarch Muhammad
shah and completed by his successor Qutubud–Din-
Ahmed Shah in the memory of the saint. Sultan
Mahmud Begada completed the complex by
excavating a central water tank and adding a number
of small pavilions and a small private mosque.
Mehmud Begada also built a mausoleum for himself
and his family where his son Muzzaffar II and queen
Rajabai were buried.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Utensils Museum, Vechaar Opp. Vasna Tol Naka, Ahmedabad 380055 India
Vishala prides itself on its presentation of Indian culture
and tradition in its village-like environment with its museum
of old utensils. Vechaar (Vishalla Environmental Centre for
Heritage of Art, Architecture And Research) a unique
museum built-in 1981 displaying a precious collection of
utensils. It is an effort to cherish and preserve the rich
cultural heritage and rare artistic skills of our craftsmen.
The utensils display exhibits pieces from thousand years
old to present times that has evolved over years of history
according to our needs and environment. The range varies
from a ground jug to stainless steel and glass utensils, metal
utensils like brass, copper, bronze, zinc and german silver.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Law Garden Night Market, Law Garden, Ahmedabad India
The night street market filled with a number of shops selling
local handicraft items and Indian intricacies. It is well
known for local traditional Gujarati textiles and jewelry
in white metal. It has items like handicrafts, cane, and
Duration: 1 hour