Ahmedabad is the largest city in the state of Gujarat, with a population of approximately 52 lakhs (5.2 million). Located on the banks of the River Sabarmati, the city is the administrative centre of Ahmedabad district. The city established itself as the home of a booming textile industry, which earned it the nickname "the Manchester of the East." A rising centre of education, information technology and scientific industries, Ahmedabad remains the cultural and commercial heart of Gujarat and much of western India.

Eating Out!

Eating out in Ahmedabad is an incredible experience. There are numerous restaurants in the city that will serve you with the delicacies of the state.

SpiceJet Recommendations!

Bawarchi Restaurant, Dwarkesh Complex, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad

Havmor, Kashmira Chambers, B/H. Popular House, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad

The House of MG, Mirzapur Rd, Ahmedabad

Comfort Inn President, Municipal Market, Mithakhali, Ahmedabad


Ahmedabad with its dazzling exterior is extremely proud of its tradition and cultural roots which gets reflected through the numerous markets and popular shopping items of the city. Once the sun sets in, people from all parts of the country come shopping for a rocking collection of goods at affordable prices.

A shopaholic's paradise, Ahmedabad has something to suit every taste and every pocket. From antique jewellery, the meenakari furniture, mirror studded wall hangings, Kutchi embroidered tablecloths to any thinkable ethnic or modern wear - the treasure of bazaars and malls have it all.

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Events & Festivals

  • Kite Festivals
    The International Kite Festival is always held at Ahmedabad in January, to coincide with the festival of Uttarayan or Makar Sankranti. People celebrate Uttarayan with a lot of gusto and fervour, and all business comes to a grinding halt for a couple of days. It is also a celebration to mark the end of winter.
  • Navratri
    Navratri or the festival of nine nights is devoted to Goddess Shakti. The festival also has the famous folk dance of Gujarat "Garba". The festival continues for nine nights, and everyone takes part with renewed vigour. Garba is also played with 'Dandiyas' (sticks) in hand.