Named after the five wells that once stood in the vicinity, Panchkuva connotes five wells. A sentinel of Ahmedabad’s past glory, the Panchkuva Darwaza was the last gate to be built. The burst of colour from the numerous street hawkers around it interjects the subtlety of the stone-built wall and helps set it apart.
The Panchkuva City Diary features a hand-sketched illustration of the stone-built Panchkuva Darwaza. Printed in black and white vintage ink, the image captures a glimpse of its beauty. Easy to carry in your sling or clutch, the slim design of the diary is what sets it apart!