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Ahmedabad is the hub of trade and commerce and the largest city in the state of Gujarat in India Located at the banks of the river Sabarmati and is also called Amdavad. It is the westernmost one)and the sixth largest city in India. It is the largest headquarters of Ahmedabad district . Languages spoken here is Gujarati, Hindi and English. Hinduism is the major Religion observed here. Other religions include Buddhism, Islam, Jainism, Zoroastrianism and Christianity. The nine nights of Navratri are celebrated with people performing Garba — the folk dance of Gujarat — at venues across the city.
Ahmedabad was the largest city in terms of area. Festival Navratri are celebrated all the nine nights with people performing the folk dance of Gujarat Garba at venues across the city. It has an important industrial center, with chemical and textile industries. It established as the home of textile industry. A rising centre of higher education, information technology and scientific industries, It continues to remain one of the important cultural and commercial centers of western India.
Ahmedabad is located in the heart of Gujarat. The Ahmedabad city was established as the capital of the Gujarat Sultanate by Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1411 and was named after him. The city is sited at an elevation of 53 meters above the sea level. It is sited on the banks of River Sabarmati. The city has grown into a great textile and commercial centre rightly called the 'Manchester of the East'.
Ahmedabad the city of Mahatma Gandhi’s Ashram is crowned as the seventh largest city in India. The City is also a flourishing center for chemical and pharmaceutical industries.