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Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, Ahmedabad

One of the most popular mosques, Sidi Saiyyed Mosque is located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. It is locally also known as Sidi Saiyyed ni Jali. The mosque was built in 1572-73 AD. The mosque is known...

What Makes Ahmedabad a World Heritage City?

To the much rejoice of Ahmedabadis (or Ahmedavadis),and the rest of the country, Ahmedabad is now a World Heritage City. For over 600 years, Ahmedabad has been a symbol of peace. It also houses some of the finest example of Indo-islamic architecture.

Ahmedabad Law Garden – A glimpse of Gujarat

Street shopping at the Law Garden in Ahmedabad is a rare exotic experience. this colourful shopping street is a night market. its sole focus on selling traditional handicrafts made by artisans such as weavers and quilters from Gujarat.

Passionate About Patang!

As the winter chill grips the nation, children remain unperturbed by the cold winds. In fact all the free time after the onset of the new year is spent on kite making. The Makar Sankranti festival in mid January marks the advent of the harvesting season across India. Ripe crop in golden hue is harvested and the fields are empty for children to play.

The Manja Makers behind Uttarayan

During Uttarayan, a manja maker prepares about 100-250 charkhis every day for kite enthusiasts participating in the International Kite Festival in Ahmedabad

Brave Girls – A Film about Dreams and Struggles

The Brave Girls team has also begun a campaign to support the young women in India and across the globe.

Traditional Family Homes of North India; The Joy of Living Together

Roughly dividing our discourse into two parts, let us forge ahead in this series to look at some of the traditional old homes of Northern India.

Indian Independence – The Finest Example of Unity in Diversity

India being home to a diverse population it was the coming together of all different movements that finally led the way towards total Independence.

Nostalgia on the Streets of Kolkata

The streets of Kolkata that have been culturally woven into the fabric of the city and presents a rich history of the yesteryears. It is said that kolkata lives in its streets.

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