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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-D

(1) Dabhol Dabhol is a small seaport town in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra in the Konkan region. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Dabul trade center, first under the Bahmani, later under the Adil Shahi sultans of Bijapur. At its height, it was the most important port between Chaul and Goa. It used to […]

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Categories Indian History Through Map

INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-B

(1) Badami / Vatapi Blue: Pattadakal, Green: Badami, Red: Aihole   Vatapi is in Bagalkot district of Karnataka. It was the capital of the Early Chalukyas, who ruled between the 6th and 8th centuries. It was founded in 540 AD by Pulakeshi I, an early ruler of the Chalukyas. The Pallavas under the king Narasimhavarma I seized […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-C

(1) Calicut (Kozhikode) Calicut is situated on the Malabar Coast of Kerala which was the capital of Malabar during the time of Zamorins. It was an important commercial port of the ancient and medieval period. It has traded in spices with Jews, Arabs, and Chinese for hundreds of years. Here traders had full freedom and […]

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