This well, 52m deep and designed to help withstand sieges, is almost 1000 years old and its magnificent staircase spirals around the...
Adi Kadi Vav
This ancient fort is believed to have been built in 319 BC by the Mauryan emperor Chandragupta, though it has been extended many times....
Jay Ambe Juice Centre
The perfect retreat for a fresh juice, milkshake or ice cream – try a custard-apple shake.
Something different: this restaurant has a lovely garden setting next to Jyoti Nursery on the eastern side of town, and serves...
Ashokan Edicts information
Just outside town on the road to Girnar Hill, a white building on the right encloses a large boulder on which the Buddhist emperor Ashoka had 14 edicts inscribed in Brahmi script in the Pali language about 250 BC. The spidery lettering instructs people to be kind to women and animals and give to beggars, among other things, and is one of several inscriptions that Ashoka placed all around his realm expounding his moral philosophy and achievements.