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Located on the banks of the River Sabarmati, Ahmedabad is the largest city in the State of Gujarat, India. This former capital of the state is also known as Amdavad. The city is the second largest cotton producer in the country. The city is known for its rich and varied architecture. Here one can find ancient mosques, mausoleums with contemporary designs, and temples. Some of these are the Jumma Masjid/Jama Masjid, Siddi Sayed Mosque, Sarkhej Roja, Shah Alam Roza, Akshardham Temple, Hutheesing Jain Temple and more. While in the city do not miss to visit the Calico Museum. Housed here is a rich collection of rare textiles including royal tents, costumes, and carpets. Also put on display are cloth paintings, silk weaves, Kashmiri Shawls, brocades, and embroideries from 17th & 18th century. One's trip to the city will remain incomplete without visiting the Sabarmati Ashram, the former headquarter of Mahatma Gandhi. Here one can still witness his personal items such as wooden slippers, books, letters, eyeglasses, and more.