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Listed under River Trips in Gujarat, India.

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Gandhi established his base on the banks on the Sabarmati during his campaign for Indian independence. Important to trade and wealth in the region, the Sabarmati's route takes it through Rajasthan and into the Gulf of Cambay and the Arabian Sea.

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