Ahmed Shah I
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Ahmed Shah I was a sultan of Gujarat's ruling of Gujarat from 1411 until his death in 1442. He founded Ahmedabad as a capital of the Gujarat Sultanate in 1412 and also founded Ahmadnagar (now Himatnagar) in 1426. Ahmedabad is named after him.
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