Ahmedabad is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. Yes and this city is in seventh place in India. Which is situated on the banks of Sabarmati river. Let us tell you that till 1970, Ahmedabad was the capital of Gujarat. After that Gandhinagar was made the capital of Gujarat. Not only this, Ahmedabad is also known as ‘Karnavati’. At one time Ahmedabad was called ‘Ashaval’. At the same time, the foundation of this city was laid in 1411.

Ahmedabad is also called the ‘Manchester’ of India. At present, Ahmedabad is known as a major industrial city in the state of Gujarat, India. If we talk about the history of Ahmedabad, then its history starts with the Bhil kings. In Devendra Patel’s series “Patel Mahajati”, Bhil king Asha Bhil ji has been described as the bitter ancestor of Patel. At the same time, the last Bhil king was Asha Bhil.

At the time of King Asha Bhil, the Ahmedabad kingdom or Ashawal kingdom extended from Sabarmati of Ashawal to Kutch. Many historians have shown Karnadev and Ahmed Shah fighting with the Bhil king and then the rule of these three kings over Ahmedabad has been told in history. Come, today we introduce you to the history of this beautiful city through pictures…

Ahmedshah Bhadar Palace…

A railway station in Ahmedabad…

When communal riots broke out in Ahmedabad…

Fakir sitting outside a temple in Jamlapur Ahmedabad-1880…

Muhafiz Khan’s Mosque – 1880…

Jama Masjid of Ahmedabad…

When Indira Gandhi visited Ahmedabad in 1969…

Shah Alam Mosque…

Let us know that how you felt by seeing these pictures.

Shavvy
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