VILLAGE @ HIMALAYA MALL

Village, the soul of India is the first unique theme restaurant located at a prime location in one of ahmedabad's oldest malls (HIMALAYA MALL).VILLAGE  revives the long forgotten traditions and secrets of the Indian culture and heritage.It offers a complete experience to its visitors through its well planned entertainments and attractions. ...

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KITTY CULTURE @ HIMALAYA MALL

• Kitty Culture, an exclusive venue for women oriented functions. • Kitty culture is utterly equipped with the flexible furniture that can be re-designed as per one’s convenience. • From 360 degree to 90 degree, the flexible furniture can be given any bizarre shape. • Such capabilities enable kitty partiers ...

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GANDHI ASHRAM

The residence of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is situated along the bank of Sabarmati river.Gandhiji spent almost 12 years of his life here in this ashram. It was from here that he set out for his famous Dandi march on March 12 in 1930. Moreover, it served as Gandhiji's headquarter during ...

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GREEN MARCH @ GANDHI ASHRAM

  A public event “GREEN MARCH” was organised by the civil department of Nirma University focussing on going green in future. Students of Nirma University attended the event which started after 8:30 am from Gandhi Ashram to Income Tax circle. The faculty and the students of Nirma University enlightened the ...

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CAFE ROCKS !!!

  The owner of this rocking place Dhawal Karia was enjoying a Chinese dish and a Hollywood movie in his cafe when Dhruvil and i went to interview him. He ordered cold coffees for us and started his discussion . Dhawal has a passion for adventure travel and mountaineering expeditions. ...

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SHAMBHU’S COFFEE JOINT

  Started in 1998, this place rocks the chart of all the hangout places in the city since a decade. It is not only a famous joint for young couples and friends but business executives and families too. The coffee beans are cherry picked from the best resources across the ...

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