Ahmedabad with its trademark architecture of step wells and other creative paraphernalia has the potential to become a globally sought after art destination. The city has come to embrace the cultural consciousness of art, heritage and history, which is evident from the burgeoning trend of new art galleries, private museums and curated exhibitions.
Once home to the Lalbhai family, the museum which is a colonial mansion has three buildings which display a collection of traditional and folk art from various schools such as Persian, Mughal, Rajput, Pahari and modern and contemporary Indian art.
A resource centre and an interactive museum designed to facilitate dialogue about 'peace and conflict' using art, law, culture and the behavioral sciences in an integrated way.
And when you need a break from all the art...
One of the oldest mosque of Ahmedabad, erected by Ahmad Shah I in 1414 covering an area of 700 square metres and has two rows of ten large dooms surrounded by several smaller dooms and is an example of