Viramgam, Gujarat

Viramgam is a town in the Indian state of Gujarat, as well as a former princely state.

Places to visit

  • Sabarmati Riverfront : Sabarmati Riverfront is a waterfront development in Ahmedabad built on the banks of the Sabarmati River. Started with the goal of sustainable growth and environmental enhancement, the city has since become a significant tourist attraction due to its lush green promenades, magnificent parks and plazas, and overall relaxing atmosphere.
  • Distance: Sabarmati Riverfront is 62 kilometres away from viramgam.

  • Dada Hari Wav : Dada Harir Wav, also known as the Bal Harir Stepwell, is one of the region's two most notable step-wells. This octagonal sandstone stepwell, built during the MehmudBegda dynasty, is a relic of the Solanki architectural style. During the summer, it serves as a haven for the people.The stepwell's seven levels, which are a significant source of conservation, can also accommodate multiple people at the same time. This one-of-a-kind structure, located directly behind the Dada Hari cemetery, features three stairways to the bottom of the well from the first story. The entire construction of the Dada Harir Wav is a work of beauty in stone and Gujarati design.
  • Distance: Dada Harir Wav is 67 kilometres away from viramgam.

  • Kankaria Lake : Kankaria Lake, originally known as Hauz-e-Qutub, is Ahmedabad's second largest lake. The lakefront, located near Maninagar, is known for its balloon safari, zoo, toy railways, and amusement park.The clean lake is ideal for evening strolls, with multi-colored lights illuminating its perimeter. Kankaria Lake offers a wealth of adventurous activities such as archery, gymnastics, and water rides. Kankaria Carnival, the most enthralling festival, is celebrated with great zeal. Kankaria Lake is a place where entertainment, culture, knowledge, and talent coexist harmoniously.
  • Distance: Kankaria Lakeis 63 kilometres away from viramgam.

  • SidiSaiyyed Mosque : Popularly known as SidiSaiyyed Ni Jaali, the SidiSaiyyed Mosque was built in the year 1573 and is one of the most popular and beautiful mosques located in Ahmedabad. This attraction has gained much admiration and reputation over the years, thanks to the architectural grandeur of the entire structure, and in particular, the ornate latticework, known as jali in colloquial terms. It is then no doubt that the place is a paradise for photographers and history buffs alike. This monument is among the last few mosques that were built under the Gujarat Sultanate and was completed in the last year of their reign before the Mughals invaded Gujarat and defeated them. The construction of this fantastic mosque is credited to SidiSaiyyed in the retinue of Bilal Jhajar Khan, the general in the army of the last Sultan, Shams-Ud-Din Muzaffar Shah III, of the Gujarat Sultanate. The mosque is especially famous for its beautiful ten stone latticework windows, also known as Jalis, on the side and rear arches. The stone slabs are carved in the designs of intertwined trees and foliage with a palm motif.
  • Distance: SidiSaiyyed Mosque is 61 kilometres away from viramgam.

How to Reach

  • By Air-The nearest airport to Viramgam is Ahmedabad, which is well connected to other major cities in the country via regular flights.
  • By Train-Regular trains go to Ahmedabad from all major cities in the country.

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