Why Gujarat under Ahmad Shah Bahadur and Gujarat under Farrukhsiyar are similar

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  • Abhai Singh of Marwar

    The Raja of Marwar (Jodhpur) Kingdom (r. 24 June 1724 – 18 June 1749). Wikipedia

  • Dholka

    City and municipality in the Ahmedabad District of the Indian state of Gujarat. Headquarters of Dholka Taluka, and is 48 km by road via National Highway 8A southwest of the city of Ahmedabad. Wikipedia

  • Gohelwar

    One of the four prants into which the many feudal units (mostly petty princely states) of Kathiawar on Saurashtra peninsula in present Gujarat (western India) were divided, the others being Halar (west), Jhalawar (or Jalavad; north) and Sorath (southern). Gohilwar covered the (south)east and roughly corresponds to the modern Bhavnagar District and Amreli District. Wikipedia

  • Radhanpur

    Town and a municipality in Patan district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Named after Radhan Khan, a descendant of Fateh Khan Baloch. Wikipedia

  • Nawanagar State

    Indian princely state in the historical Halar region, located on the southern shores of the Gulf of Kutch. Ruled by the Jadeja dynasty from its formation in c 1540 until 1948 when it became a part of newly formed India. Wikipedia

  • Palanpur

    City and a municipality of Banaskantha district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Administrative headquarters of the district. Wikipedia

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