In March 2011, Ahmedabad was among the three Indian urban communities to make it to UNESCO's speculative rundown of world Heritage urban communities. Ahmedabad has 36 ASI-secured structures, several pols that catch the embodiment of group living and a Heritage Cell – the city is first in India to have one – to actualize a rejuvenation program for memorable destinations.
"A part of the dossier on Ahmedabad for selection as World Heritage City has been submitted. Specialists are as yet taking a shot at the administration arrange for which is likewise part of the report,"
"The primary concern is that we can't propose two names from one state in the meantime. Before some year, we have sent the name of Rani ki Vav in Patan for the World Heritage Site status. After that UNESCO group, drove by Chinese researcher Zhang Jie, went to Gujarat to investigate the eleventh Century stepwell. Subsequently, the city's dossier will be considered for assignment as World Heritage City just one year from now,"