The Gateway Hotel Ummed Ahmedabad
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... they couldn't hear it.
I could feel how important the school
is- it is a place where they meet other students with the same
problems and can communicate and -most important- are understood!
The school always needs support, so if
you are thinking of giving some money for an indian NGO, I can
absolutely recommend this school. For further information, see
... show the path of Jainism. Amazing work.
We started for Ahmedabad with a plan to have lunch at Udaipur. We wanted to bypass Udaipur and have lunch somewhere on the way to Ahmedabad.
To our pleasant surprise, we saw a mall right near the Udaipur bypass, called celebration mall. Big mall, with variety of food. The most appropriately located for road trippers from Ajmer, Jaipur, Delhi to Gujarat, who ...
... for both sides of my family to get leads on our ancestors, seeing as there is so much conflicting information. David suggested that my uncles contact the Mormons, as they hold a great number of the records. He explained how he, too, was having difficulty with filling in his family tree, but one quick call to a man in charge of a Mormon heritage site let him in the right direction. We also discussed different religions and compared and contrasted their beliefs. I have always found ...
... few of us decided to go check out the riverfront where the Kite Festival would be hosted. It was beautifully empty. The space was huge, and it was crazy to think about just how many people would be there within a day. We got back to the hostile with plenty of time to do something else that day, so us girls and Ann went to Alpha One Mall to buy tunics. It was the first time that we fit five people in one rickshaw. (We have photo documentation that I posted just to ...
... trade with the outside world, Indian costumes, regional embroideries of India (Kutch, Bengal, Punjab, Orissa, Tamilnadu etc.), Tie and Dye work, authentic weaving techniques are also displayed.
Previously, it was located in the Calico Mill premises then shifted to its present location at Shahibaugh in 1983.
It also has an amazing collection of Jain art, miniature paintings, ...