UNESCO Declared Ahmedabad India’s First World Heritage City
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has been announced Ahmedabad as India’s first world heritage city.
The walled city of Ahmedabad accepted to be established by Ahmed Shah approximately six hundred years prior has 26 ASI-ensured structures, many “pols” that catch the substance of group living and various locales related to Mahatma Gandhi who lived here from 1915 to 1930. In 1984, the main investigation for rationing heritage structures was conveyed
“Simply recorded as UNESCO World Heritage site: Historic city of Ahmedabad #India”, UNESCO said in a tweet on Saturday.
BJP president Amit Shah and Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani hailed the affirmation of Ahmedabad as world legacy city by UNESCO, PTI detailed.
“Enchanted to realize that UNESCO has announced Ahmedabad as World Heritage City. A Proud minute for each Indian,” the BJP national president said in a tweet.
“Excited to discover that Ahmedabad has been perceived as UNESCO World Heritage city, first of its kind in India,” the Gujrat CM Vijay Rupani said in a tweet.
Ahmedabad was in the race for the prestigious title alongside Delhi and Mumbai.