Mumbai to Ahmedabad Cab

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  • Fare

  • Tata Indica or Equivalent

  • ( INR10.00 / km )

  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent

  • ( INR11.00 / km )

  • Toyota Innova

  • ( INR13.00 / km )

  • Honda City or Equivalent

  • ( INR25.00 / km )

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent

  • ( INR44.00 / km )

  • Mercedes E class

  • ( INR77.00 / km )

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent

  • ( INR26.00 / km )

  • Tata Indica or Equivalent

  • ( INR10.00 / km )

  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent

  • ( INR11.00 / km )

  • Toyota Innova

  • ( INR13.00 / km )

  • Honda City or Equivalent

  • ( INR25.00 / km )

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent

  • ( INR44.00 / km )

  • Mercedes E class

  • ( INR77.00 / km )

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent

  • ( INR26.00 / km )

Min. 250 Km, Driver Allowance Extra, Taxes Extra, Parking Extra

Booking Summary

Pick-up City
Pick-up Date
Pick-up Time
Drop-off City
Trip Type
Car Model
Fare Total
Total Amount
Service Tax (6%)
Gross Total
INCLUSIONS (The above fare includes)
  • Driver Allowance
  • Night time driving charges for
  • Service taxes (6%) [Amount = INR ]
Extras*
  1. a)  Extra Hours (Beyond 5 hours) will be charged: Rs. 120/hr
  2. b)  This fare does not include inter-state tax, toll and parking. Please pay directly to the authorities and collect the receipt.
  3. c)  For night driving between 10:00 pm to 6:00 am, an allowance of Rs. 300 (per night) will need to be paid to the driver.The night allowance for is already accounted for in the fare above.

Booking Confirmation

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Area

Flight Number

Pickup Address

 

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  • Location
  • Select Taxi
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Package

Pickup Area

Pickup Date

Pickup Time


  • Select Car
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  • Fare

  • Tata Indica or Equivalent

  • INR 1538.00

  • Tata Indica or Equivalent

  • INR 770.00

  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent

  • INR 1590.00

  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent

  • INR 795.00

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 2322.00

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 1161.00

  • Honda City or Equivalent

  • INR 2601.00

  • Honda City or Equivalent

  • INR 1300.00

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent

  • INR 4652.00

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent

  • INR 2325.00

  • Mercedes E class

  • INR 8570.00

  • Mercedes E class

  • INR 4285.00

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent

  • INR 2938.00

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent

  • INR 1470.00

  • Sedan

  • INR 2050.00

  • Sedan

  • INR 1600.00

  • Hatchback

  • INR 1850.00

  • Hatchback

  • INR 1400.00

  • SUV

  • INR 2650.00

  • SUV

  • INR 2100.00

  • Tata Indica or Equivalent

  • INR 1538.00

  • Tata Indica or Equivalent

  • INR 770.00

  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent

  • INR 1590.00

  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent

  • INR 795.00

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 2322.00

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 1161.00

  • Honda City or Equivalent

  • INR 2601.00

  • Honda City or Equivalent

  • INR 1300.00

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent

  • INR 4652.00

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent

  • INR 2325.00

  • Mercedes E class

  • INR 8570.00

  • Mercedes E class

  • INR 4285.00

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent

  • INR 2938.00

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent

  • INR 1470.00

  • Sedan

  • INR 2050.00

  • Sedan

  • INR 1600.00

  • Hatchback

  • INR 1850.00

  • Hatchback

  • INR 1400.00

  • SUV

  • INR 2650.00

  • SUV

  • INR 2100.00

Booking Summary

Pick-up City
Pick-up Date
Pick-up Time
Package Type
Car Type
Total Amount
Service Tax (6%)
Gross Total
Minimum km/hour charged per day :

INCLUSIONS (The above fare includes)
  • Toll-Tax & Parking (if applicable) Extra.
  • Driver Allowance
  • Night time driving charges for
  • Service taxes (6%) [Amount = Rs. ]
Extras*
  1. a)  Extra Hours (Beyond 5 hours) will be charged: Rs. 120/hr
  2. b)  Distance travelled beyond extra km will be charged at Rs. 10.00/km.
  3. c)  This fare does not include inter-state tax, toll and parking. Please pay directly to the authorities and collect the receipt.
  4. d)  For night driving between 10:00 pm to 6:00 am, an allowance of Rs. 300 (per night) will need to be paid to the driver.The night allowance for is already accounted for in the fare above.

Booking Confirmation

Full Name

Email ID

Mobile Number

Pickup Address

Special Remarks

Payment Type

  
 
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  • Select Taxi
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To

Departure Date

To

Departure Date

Return Date

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  • Fare

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 13.00

  • INR 13.00

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 13.00

  • INR 13.00

  • Mahindra Xylo

  • INR 14.00

  • INR 9.00

  • Mahindra Xylo

  • INR 14.00

  • INR 9.00

  • Chevrolet Tavera

  • INR 13.00

  • INR 9.00

  • Toyota Innova

  • INR 13.00

  • INR 9.00

Area

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Pickup Date

Drop Area

Pickup Time


Booking Summary

Pick-up City
Pick-up Date
Pick-up Time
Drop-off City
Trip Type
Car Model
Total Amount
Service Tax (6%)
Gross Total
Minimum km charged per day : km
[These km will be charged from your pick-up location and ending at your drop location]

INCLUSIONS (The above fare includes)
  • Driver Allowance
  • Night time driving charges for
  • Service taxes (6%) [Amount = Rs. ]
Extras*
  1. a)  Extra Hours (Beyond 5 hours) will be charged: Rs. 120/hr
  2. b)  Distance travelled beyond km will be charged at Rs. 10.00/km.
  3. c)  This fare does not include inter-state tax, toll and parking. Please pay directly to the authorities and collect the receipt.
  4. d)  For night driving between 10:00 pm to 6:00 am, an allowance of Rs. 300 (per night) will need to be paid to the driver.The night allowance for is already accounted for in the fare above.
  5. e)  You can split/utilize your km as per your requirement over the 5 Hours.

Booking Confirmation

Full Name

Email ID

Mobile Number

Pickup Address

Special Remarks


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Cab Service in Ahemdabad | Ahemdabad Taxi

Ahmedabad, in western India, is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. The Sabarmati River runs through its center. On the western bank is the Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati, which displays the spiritual leader’s living quarters and artifacts. Across the river, the Calico Museum of Textiles, once a cloth merchant's mansion, has a significant collection of antique and modern fabrics.

Cities appear and disappear only to reappear in the tableaux of Indian civilization. The historic city of Ahmedabad was founded in the surge of Islamic conquests that had swept through India. It was established in 1411 AD by a noble, Ahmed Shah, who had rebelled against his overlords in Delhi. The new rulers of Gujarat, keen on stablishing their superiority in the material realm, had undertaken a frenzied program of building activities in their new capital of Ahmedabad. Their model was the impressive Hindu architecture of the previous centuries which they wanted to outshine. The result, after one and a half centuries, was the ‘Sultanate Architecture’ of Ahmedabad, considered a high point of world architectural heritage. This architecture along with the Jain, Swaminarayan and Hindu temples of the city is a veritable safari of monumental architecture which attracts lovers of beauty from across the world to the city.

The architecture and the design of the new town of Ahmedabad (Latt. 23* 00, Long. 72* 35’), a walled town situated on the river Sabarmati, was a continuation of the Hindu building traditions by other means. These ‘other means’ were the new stylistic elements brought in by the new rulers. The city lies close to an older Solanki trading centre, on the 371 km long river Sabarmati and is 173 feet above the sea level. That it was the seat of a splendorous court is testified by a French traveler, Taverniere, who had visited the town in the eighteenth century describing it as “the headquarters of manufacturing, the greatest city in India, nothing inferior to Venice for rich silks and gold stuffs curiously wrought with birds and flowers.”

A treaty with the then rulers of western India, the Poona Peshwas, brought Ahmedabad under the British rule in 1817. The British were keen on annexing Ahmedabad because of “the commanding influence which the sovereignty over the city of Ahmedabad confers on its possessor in the estimation of the country at large.” At the time of the British arrival, the medieval economy of Ahmedabad had hung on three threads: gold, silk, and cotton. The British rule of law helped flowering the strength of the Ahmedabad mahajans (trade guilds), and aided by the opium trade to China, by 1839 the town was “in a most flourishing condition and progressing rapidly.” Modern textile technology further oiled the Gujarati virtues in ‘reinventing’ Ahmedabad. Its booming business in textiles had given Ahmedabad the status of ‘Manchester of India’ by the First World War.The success of modern textile industry in Ahmedabad is a puzzle for the business historian as the town was considered unsuitable for the industry.Some of these mills survived as late as 1989. The flourishing of textile industry in Ahmedabad may be viewed as the triumph of Gujarati virtues of pragmatism, innovation and creative collaboration. It was for this town that Mahatma Gandhi had felt a predilection after his return from South Africa in 1917, staying on in the town for thirteen years and directing the historically unheard of non-violent movement against colonial power in favour of self-determination for the Indian people. Their successes in textiles turned the 19th century Ahmedabad mahajans in to fine institution- builders; they played important role in creating institutions like PRL, IIM, NID, ATIRA and CEPT during the middle of the 20th century. The buildings of these institutions had attracted modern masters of world architecture like Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier to the city in the 1950s .Pharmaceuticals, Construction and Textiles are the main industries of Ahmedabad of today. The town contributes 14% of the total investments in all stock exchanges of India. The Municipal Corporation was formed in 1950 (present budget: 120 million $ US, area 191 sq km, population: 4.5 millions). Sardar Patel, a great comrade of Mahatma Gandhi and the architect of modern India, was once a mayor of Ahmedabad. Sardar’s vision of Indian cities as heavens for Indian urban dwellers is the lodestar that directs the movement of this great city towards its future.

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