Why Gujarat under Akbar and Muzaffar Shah III are similar

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  • Bhuchar Mori

    Plateau and historic site about two kilometres northwest of Dhrol, a town about 50 kilometres north of Rajkot, Gujarat, India. Known for the Battle of Bhuchar Mori and a memorial site dedicated to it. Wikipedia

  • Sultan of the Muzaffarid dynasty who nominally reigned over the Gujarat Sultanate, a late medieval kingdom in India from 1554 to 1561 though true powers were exerted by his nobles who had divided the kingdom between themselves. Assassinated by one of his nobles. Wikipedia

  • Sultan of the Muzaffarid dynasty who reigned over the Gujarat Sultanate, a late medieval kingdom in India from 1537 to 1554. He had to battle frequently with his nobles who were interested in independence, especially Darya Khán and Imád-ul-Mulk. Wikipedia

  • City in the taluka of the same name in the Banaskantha district of the Indian state of Gujarat. It lies about 150 km north of Ahmedabad city, and on the border of Gujarat with Rajasthan. Wikipedia

  • Disa

    Heroine of a Swedish legendary saga, which was documented by Olaus Magnus, in 1555. Believed to be from the Middle Ages, but includes Old Norse themes. Wikipedia

  • Suburban neighbourhood in the city of Ahmedabad. Primarily known for the Sarkhej Roza is an architectural complex located 8 km south from the city centre. Wikipedia

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