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    • The Surat port (the only Indian port facing westwards) then became the principal port of India during Mughal rule to gain widespread international repute.Gujarat-Wikipedia
    • In 1687, the English East India Company transferred its headquarters from Surat to Bombay.Mumbai-Wikipedia
    • Just over a century later, the Dutch and English established trading outposts on the Indian subcontinent, with the first English trading post set up at Surat in 1613.Indian independence movement-Wikipedia
    • Although the Portuguese were defeated, this incident along with the trouble caused by the pirates to the merchant vessels, forced the British to maintain fleet near Surat, Gujarat.Indian Navy-Wikipedia
    • The Mughal Empire's port city of Surat was sacked twice by the Marathas during the reign of Aurangzeb and the valuable port was in ruins.Aurangzeb-Wikipedia
    • The East India Company, which was incorporated on 31 December 1600, established trade relations with Indian rulers in Masulipatam on the east coast in 1611 and Surat on the west coast in 1612.Presidencies and provinces of British India-Wikipedia

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