is an area in Ahmedabad
City, in the state of Gujarat
in western India
It is one of the oldest areas of the ever growing Western part of Ahmedabad.
It is predominantly filled with Hindus
. Most of the people inhabiting Naranpura are Gujaratis
. A substantial amount of Parsis
, South Indians
also live there.
Located in western region of Ahmedabad, Naranpura is a residential area. A railway line passes by this place to form its boundary. Innumerable residential colonies dot this region of Ahmedabad.
You can take Gujarat State Transport Buses from Ankur Bus Stand to travel across the city. Ankur is especially famous for footpath food. Anand Darwada, Anand Pizza, Jalaram Khaman, U.P.Chart are very famous along with jai ambe tea stall, which is very famous for its mint tea. This place also abides a famous Hindu shrine, Kameshwar Mahadev Mandir which is visited by hordes of people across the city.
There are two jain temples are also there and the area is full of jain community.Both the jain temples are very big and having a good religious value and so many people are visiting there during the paryushan parva. specially the devkinandan temple is very famous for its aangi during the paryushan parva.
28 km from airport.City Railway Station is 18 km away.Madhusudanmoza Road and Naranpura Road are major roads here.Areas Under NaranpuraSardar Colony Read More