Today Bhadra is the pulsating heart of the walled city of Ahmedabad. Back in the 13th century, it was a quiet spot at the bank of the Sabarmati river. The spot where the story of the city began. We follow the footsteps of mighty sultans, wealthy merchants, merciless warlords and eminent priests who laid a fertile foundation for a prosperous city. They invited celebrated architects, inspiring poets, brilliant artists and skilled craftsmen to make it a beautiful one. All these great people left their mark in phenomenal palaces, majestic mosques and beautiful gardens dotted in a ludicrous labyrinth of small streets. Loud, proud, poor, rich, traditional and progressive all jostled together in a dazzling potpourri of colour and ethnicity. Bhadra seems like chaos, but there is a bond that holds it all together and creates a unique cross-cultural concoction of Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Parsi’s, Christians and Jews who live, work, pray and play side by side.