Devang Patel and Shuchita Vyas dedicated a song to Ahmedabad, as it’s declared India’s first world heritage city by UNESCO

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Emperor Ahmed Shah founded Ahmedabad over six centuries ago and now this 606 years old walled city has been declared as India’s first World Heritage City. Interestingly, Ahmedabad had beaten Delhi and Mumbai last year in the nominations.

Gujarati Garba King Devang Patel and the very talented singer Shuchita Vyas have dedicated a beautiful song to the walled city. Yes, you read it right! The brilliant duo is back with one more Gujarati song entitled “Amdavad Heritage Garbo” which is a tribute to Ahmedabad on becoming India’s first World Heritage City.

The video song features Devang driving a Mercedes while Shuchita can be seen performing Garba at heritage sites. They are singing praises of all the stunning places to visit in Ahmedabad, from mountains to bridges, from temples to markets. Not only this, they also invite people to come and visit the city and experience its beauty by visiting all the places mentioned in the song. In the end, they also thank PM Narendra Modi for this achievement.

Watch this awesome video:

Singer Shuchita Vyas is on cloud nine about singing this new Peppy number in her upcoming World Tour. Congratulations to the people of Ahmedabad for this big achievement! Visit all the places mentioned in the song to feel the vibes of the city!!

The music programming is done by Parth Thakkar. Its recorded at studio Aadesh, Mumbai by Shaitus Joseph. The DoP of video is Naren Gedia and it has been edited by Harkiratsinghlal.

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