Bhadra Fort in 1872
Bhadra Fort was built by Ahmad Shah I in 1411 on the east bank of the Sabarmati river. The fort consisted of a city wall with 14 towers, 8 gates covering 43 acres of area. The fort complex was used as a royal court during Shah's rule. Later structures that came up were- a sarai built by the Mughal governor Azam Shah in 1637, Bhadra Kali temple by the Marathas and a clock tower by the British in 1878.
- Bhadra Fort in 1872
- On the banks of Sabarmati
- In the Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, Sabarmati Ashram
- Adalaj Stepwell
- Jumma masjid, Ahmadabad
- Sarkhej Roza, Ahmadabad
- Abul Hasan and Manohar, with Jahangir in Darbar, from the Tuzk-e-Jahangiri, also known as Jahangirnama, c.1620.
- Azam Khan Palace, Bhadra, Ahmadabad
- Rani sipri's tomb