An ancient well at Lothal, and the city drainage canals.
Dholavira Site 36
Map of the Rangpur culture and other late Indus Valley cultures
The Junagadh Rock inscription, which attests to Maurya rule over Gujarat
Gop Temple, Maitraka period.
Rani ki Vav (The Queen's stepwell) at Patan was built in the 11th century.
Coin of the Gujuras of Sindh, Chavda dynasty, circa 570–712 CE. Crowned Sasanian-style bust right / Fire altar with ribbons and attendants; star and crescent flanking flames.
Taranga Jain Temple constructed by Kumarapala (1143 – 1172 CE)
Jama Masjid, Ahmedabad.
Flight of Sultan Bahadur during Humayun's campaign in Gujarat, 1535. Folio from an Akbarnama (History of Akbar), c. 1590.
Map of Gujarat, 1866
Princely states of Gujarat in 1924
Bombay Presidency in 1909, northern portion
Laxmi Vilas Palace, completed in 1890 is one of the largest palaces in India. It was commissioned by Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda.
Mahatma Gandhi picking salt at Dandi beach, South Gujarat ending the Salt satyagraha on 5 April 1930
Gandhi at a public rally during the Salt Satyagraha.
K. M. Munshi with archaeologists and engineers of the Government of India, inspecting the ruins of Somnath Temple, c. 1950. The temple, which was destroyed several times by invaders, was reconstructed in 1951.
Bombay State (1956–1960) and its reorganisation.
Aftershocks, 2001 Gujarat earthquake – yellow star marks epicenter
The skyline of Ahmedabad filled with smoke as buildings are set on fire by rioting mobs during the Gujarat Riots of 2002. The riots led to at least 1,044 dead, 223 missing, and 2,500 injured.

Maratha general.

- Pilaji Rao Gaekwad

Pilaji Gaekwad, first ruler of Gaekwad dynasty, established the control over Baroda and other parts of Gujarat.

- History of Gujarat

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