Nestled on the sprawling banks of the peaceful Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad, the biggest city in Gujarat, is a rich mirror of the western Indian state’s colourful culture and celebrates all festivals in their traditional best, be it Uttarayan, Navratri, or Deepavali. Explore the best of its offerings on SaleBhai – Ahmedabad food speciality items ranging from oregional sweets and snacks to bakery items, handicrafts, and paintings.
It is one of the fastest-growing cities of the decade (2010, Forbes) and voted as the best city to live in India (2012, TOI). A treasure trove of historical sites, the bustling economic hub boasts Mahatma Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram and the 600-year-old Jama Mosque together in the same breath.
Experience the Gujarati metropolitan’s choicest treats – unique lip-smacking pickles such as amla murabba, chana methi, gunda, kair, and mango chunda; hand-rolled roasted papad; and an array of mouth fresheners in never-ending flavours.
A land with one foot steeped deep in history and another firmly in modernity, Ahmedabad pulls at the hearts of its migrants and the uninitiated alike. Discover it anew with SaleBhai.