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Chariot rides, trip to park, anti-corona juice — it’s life as usual, well almost, in Ahmedabad

ThePrint's Praveen Jain and Kairvy Grewal visit Ahmedabad's Law Garden and Teen Darwaza, where people were seen taking selfies and chatting with each other.

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Ahmedabad: Ahmedabad is no longer recording the highest number of coronavirus cases in Gujarat, with Surat emerging as the state’s new Covid-19 hotspot.

Residents of Ahmedabad have started coming out on the streets, taking children for walks and to play.

ThePrint’s Praveen Jain and Kairvy Grewal visited the city’s Law Garden and Teen Darwaza, where people were seen taking selfies and chatting with each other. Both spots are prime attractions of the city.

There is a famous market outside the Law Garden | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
A shopkeeper puts a mask on a mannequin’s face in Ahmedabad’s Navrangpura | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

A shop in Navrangpura sells immunity booster drinks | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
A shop in Navrangpura selling immunity booster drinks | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Families in Law Garden enjoy their ride on chariot. Law Garden in a famous play place for kids in Ahmedabad | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
A family in Law Garden enjoys a chariot ride. Law Garden is a famous playground for children in Ahmedabad | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

A girl clicks selfie in the Law Garden | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
A girl clicks a selfie at the Law Garden | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Kids play inside the play area in Law Garden | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Kids playing inside the Law Garden | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

While the world is wearing a mask to protect from Coronavirus, a horse in Law Garden eats from a mask look alike bag | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
No, that’s not a mask. A horse eats its food from a bag hanging around its head, near Law Garden in Anmedabad | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Teen Darwaza, a Gateway completed by Sultan Ahmed Shah, is now a place with lot of eateries. Seen here are children running on the streets at night | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Ahmedabad’s Teen Darwaza area, a historical gateway that dates back to 15th century, is dotted with eateries. Seen here are children running on the streets near it | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

A woman plays with a kid near the gateway | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
A woman plays with a child near the Teen Darwaza | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Two women talk outside the closed shops in Ahmedabad | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Two women talk outside some closed shops in Ahmedabad | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

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