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    • In 1479, Mahmúd Sháh sent an army to ravage Champaner then held by Khichi Chauhan Rajputs which titled themselves as Raval.Mahmud Begada-Wikipedia
    • The ruins of Champaner, the former capital of a Hindu kingdom and later of the Sultans of Gujarat, was included in the district.Panchmahal district-Wikipedia
    • When Malwa's Sultán Mahmúd II and his sons were being conveyed to the fortress of Champaner, Ráisingh, Rája of Pál, endeavoured to rescue them.Bahadur Shah of Gujarat-Wikipedia
    • Mahmud Khalji and Ahmad Shah II then reached an agreement (treaty of Champaner) to attack Mewar and divide the spoils.Kumbha of Mewar-Wikipedia
    • He received the sobriquet Begada, which literally means the conqueror of two forts, probably after conquering Girnar and Champaner forts.Gujarat Sultanate-Wikipedia
    • In 1535 Humayun briefly occupied Ahmedabad after capturing Champaner when the ruler of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah, fled to Diu.Ahmedabad-Wikipedia

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