• Code PUP21186
  • Faculty Planning
  • Tutor/s Harsh Bhasin,Jignesh Mehta,Utkarsh Patel,Arjun Joshi,Arun Kumar


The state’s cities and towns are the epicentres of economic expansion, resulting in an increase in migration. This metropolis can be seen from a variety of perspectives. Every part of the city is distinct from the others and acts differently. This results in a very vibrant fabric that makes up cities. Ahmedabad is an Indian city in the state of Gujarat. It is the only city in India to have been designated as a heritage city, and it is home to the world’s largest cricket stadium. Ahmedabad is divided into east and west, as well as old and new, by the Sabarmati River. The old and new settlements coexist in Ahmedabad. The city has grown bidirectionally in a concentric ring form over the period of years due to multiple drivers. The image of the city reflects a clear picture of the resultant of the multiple growth drivers on its fabric