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  1. Priyank Talati
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    The Sabarmati Riverfront is just beautiful and the city of Ahmedabad(my native place) is absolutely wonderful. The city has become India’s 6th largest city and all the development you see in the city is due to the perseverance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who developed this city when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat. I hope you visited Kankariya Talav and Law Garden. They are beautiful. And I hope you savoured the awesome gujarati food in Ahmedabad.

  2. Jeff
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    Who has a travel business in Ahmedabad?

    It’s an under-rated part of the country. Food fantastic.

  3. ffi
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    Just when I think you cant go any more, you go some place else.
    This is great.
    Keep it up.

  4. Vivek
    Vivek at |

    I was born and raised in Ahmedabad. I go back often and your trip report has me extremely excited about upcoming trip this Diwali. Thank you.

  5. Kush Patel
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    I haven’t been back to Ahmedabad in a while now, but I was recall, foreigners are able to buy drinks in Gujurat. I only know of this because my grandpa has a plant there ad travels back and forth very often. I may be wrong, though…

  6. HR
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    Raised in Ahmedabad. Nice pics and a fairly accurate representation. Food is pretty good in Gujarat. Most Gujjus are big time foodies:-) I was in India at the same time but in Chennai and Coimbatore. Parents and brother’s family came down from Ahmedabad to visit us.

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