Ahmedabad, In Western India, Is The Largest City In The State Of Gujarat. Ahmedabad Is Also Known As Amdabad. In The Center Of The Ahmedabad River Sabarmati Runs Through. Ahmedabad Is Located On The Bank Of Sabarmati River. Similarly, There Is A Significant Collection Of Antique And Modern Fabrics Of Cloth Merchant’s Mansion Across The River.

Ahmadabad Is The Largest City Of Indian State And A Former Capital Of Indian State. Gujarat’s High Court Is Situated At Ahmadabad. While, In 2011 The Population Was Of 56,33,927 Makes The Most Populas City In India. Gandhinagar Is The Capital Of Ahmedabad. Likewise, Its TheSecond Largest Producer Of Cotton Is Ahmadabad.

Ahmedabad History Has Many Industrial Hub. Ahmedabad’s Popular Sport Is Cricket And There Is Sardar Patel Stadium Located. Around The Area Of Ahmedabad Had Been Occupied Since 11th Century Which Also Known As Ashaval. Bhil Was The King Of Ashaval. After 13th Century, When Gujarat Came Under The Control Of Vaghela Dynasty Of Dholka, Solanki Rule Lasted Until 13th Century.

Ahmedabad Is The Most Important Cities Of Gujarat. In the 14th Century Ahmedabad Came Uner Control Of Delhi Sultanate And Thereafter Under Zafar Khan Muzzafar And He Established His Independence From Delhi Sultanate And Named Himself As Sultan Of Gujarat As Muzaffar  Shah. Hence This Area Came Under Control Of His Grand Son Ahmed Shah And Ahmed Shah Had Laid The Foundation Of The City On 26th February 1411 At Manek Burj.

Ahmedabad History Places:

  • Sidi Saiyyed Mosque
  • Lal Darwaja
  • Sabarmati Ashram
  • Bhadra Fort
  • Kankaria Lake
  • Adalaj Stepwell
  • Calico Textile Museum
  • Jhulta Minara

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