Before the 11th AD, Ahmedabad was known as Archival. This was a forest area and the Sabarmati River was floating here. It was the habitat of Bill (Adivasi) and ruled by Bhill King Asha Palli.
The Karna king of the Chalukyas dynasty of Anhilwada today known as Patan defeated the Bhil king in 1078 and had established the ancient city Karnavati along the bank of the Sabarmati River. The Chalukyas dynasty ruled from the 11th century to the 13th century until Gujarat came under the Vaghela dynasty in 1243.
Subsequently, Gujarat was conquered by Alauddin khilji. It became under the control of the Delhi sultanate in 1297.
The Rajput Muslim governor Zafar Khan Muzaffar was appointed as a governor of Gujarat by Muhammad bin Tuglak of Delhi sultanate in 1391. When the Delhi sultanate weekend then Jafar khan declare himself independent king of Gujarat sultanate in 1407 and formed Mujafferid Dynasty.
Later on his grandson, Sultan Ahmed shah has taken control of the Gujrat sultanate in 1411 A.D. He had laid the foundation of the walled city on 26 February 1411 and given the name Ahmedabad. He chooses the new capital Ahmedabad on 4 March 1411.
The Ahmed Saha laid the foundation of Bhadra fort, Manek Burj, Manek chowk Muhurt Pol and Jama Masjid
List of heritage places in Ahmedabad
These are the most famous and popular sites in Ahmedabad
Badshah no Hajiro
Rani no Hajiro
Siddhi Sayyed Mosque
Huttisingh Jain Temple
Swaminarayan Temple, Kalupur
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