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Law Garden


By day, this area is popular for a law college and a garden which is named after it – Law Garden! It is believed that some aristocrat families had settled down in this area a few decades back and the area around the garden was barely used then. Utilizing this moment, hawkers from other regions wrapped their bags and moved here to set up their temporary shops. Many factors differentiate this market from other markets in India. For initiator, this colorful shopping street is a night market. Not a frequent sight in India unless you are in Goa.


The most outstanding differentiating point that sets apart the Law Garden market is its sole target on selling artistic handicrafts made by artisans such as quilters and weavers from Gujarat. It is a handicraft nerve center to which even the locals regularly come to pick up exclusive pieces of traditional items. They say you can’t put a cost on art and all in this market is sold as art! Therefore, don’t be shocked when you hear the ridiculously high prices. A Gujarati businessperson will put in his best attempt to maximize profits, while the Gujarati womenfolk will put their best attempt in bargaining to get a good deal. If you are not good at dealing, we suggest you take some help from the local peoples shopping there. Dealing is a talent they flaunt a lot at this market.

Full Address

Law Garden, Netaji Rd, Maharashtra Society, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009


Type of Place

  • Park
  • Picnic Spot
  • Romantic

Prefered For

  • Couples
  • Family
  • Friends
  • Kids
  • Senior Citizen


  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport
  • Ahmedabad Railway Station

Important Information

  • Opens On All Days. Timing: 6:00 AM To 10:30 PM Entry Fee: Free


  • If you love trend then the Law Garden market grants you to explore the rich traditional fashion sensibilities of the Gujarati community. Aside from the costume jewelry, decorated wall hangings, the main highlight undoubtedly is the Ghagra Choli that is worn during the Navaratri (Durga Puja) dance festival.

Things to Buy

  • As everyone knows Gujarat is famous for the textile market one can buy some textile to make the trip memorable.

Things to Eat

  • Must taste the Gujarati Thali here along with the traditional snacks even you may taste Dhokla, Khakra, Khandvi with some Lassi, Buttermilk, and sweets like Ghevar, Malpua.

Things to enjoy

  • If accessories and bling are more of your thing, then the Law Garden has a distinct range of pieces made from semi-precious metals on display. From a small beam, to drop earrings to entire sets with neckpieces, bangles, and matching earrings, you will find almost every design to compliment your look.