Name of Ahmedabad city should be changed to karnavati

Name of Ahmedabad city should be changed to karnavati

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Prashasak Samiti started this petition to Shri. Pradipsinhji Jadeja (Minister of State for Home) and

Honorable Home Minister,

A progressive city of Gujarat called as Ahmedabad does not describe the true history and brings out a misleading impression about the culture of this city. Karna of Chaulukya dynasty ruling from Anhilwad Patan (1072–1094) made the town his capital, adorned it with two temples, one to Kochrab, the site still known, and the other to Jayanti Devi, and named it Karnavati (Karna's town). This karnavati is the same place which is called as Ahmedabad now. Scavenging by the archaeologists revealed some magnificent facts about the history of Ahmedabad. Around the 10th century, the place was called Ashapalli ruled by the Bhil kings and later by Solanki King Karandev  Their reign lasted up until the 13th century when the Vaghela dethroned Solanki's. Ahmed Shah who seated as the Sultan and renamed the city as Ahmedabad. There are many instances where Ahmed shah was known for his cruelty.   The 14th–century Jain scholar Acharya Merutunga in his seminal Sanskrit text Prabandhachintamani claims that King Karnadev habited a village to establish Karnavati with the construction of a Karnasagar lake and a temple for Karneshwara Deva during the last decade of the 10th century

On searching the true history  of this place we can say that the name Ahmedabad is a historical mistake and original name of this town was Karnavati named after Lord Karneshwara who is one of the form of Lord shiva.

I would request honorable minister to rename the town as Karanavati. 

Regards,

Yogi Devnath ji (Email- yogidevnath121@gmail.com)

Harshid Desai (Email- harshiddesai2611@gmail.com )

Romesh shah (Email- romeshshah24@gmail.com )

Pradeep Mahaur (pmahaur@gmail.com)

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