The artisans of Rangeela pol are again famous for their bandhinis, while those at the Law Garden are known mirror-work handicrafts.
Couples can often be seen happily bargaining for discounts with the sellers in these areas.
While all these places may attract the more serious-minded singles, the general young population has a large choice of gardens and parks to choose from as dating venues.
Some of the most beautiful green spaces in Ahmedabad are the Victoria Park, the Law Garden and the Bal Vatika, the latter situated on the borders of the Kankaria Lake and offering a splendid view from the lakefront.
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The Sanskar Kendra, one of the many buildings designed by Le Corbusier, is a city museum depicting the history, art, culture and architecture of Ahmedabad.
The Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya and the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Memorial are priceless repositories of photographs, documents and personal effects of two stalwarts of Indian Independence movement, Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel.
However the most colorful expressions of Ahmedabad’s cultural life are evident during its many festivals and most particularly the Navratri.
Stretching over nine days, Navratri is celebrated at venues all over the city in a blaze of music, bright lights, mirror-studded ethnic dresses, colorful jewelry and Garba or the folk dance of Gujarat.
Some of the architectural wonders like the Jama Masjid particularly go back to the medieval times when the Sultanate ordered several buildings in the Indo-Saracen style, fusing Islamic architecture with the best of Hindu elements.