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  • These pirates principally inhabit the peninsula of Gohourat, now called Gujerat, where the fleet was on its way after calling at Tana -- a country where is collected the frankincense -- and Canboat, now Kambay, a town where there is a great trade in leather.

    Celebrated Travels and Travellers Part I. The Exploration of the World

  • A couple of years ago, the Hindus in Gujerat killed over 5000 Muslims in a pre-planned pogrom led by the political government (BJP) of the day.

    Rudy Surrogate: "I Don't Subscribe To The Principle That There Are Good Muslims And Bad Muslims"

  • A couple of years ago, the Hindus in Gujerat killed over 5000 Muslims in a pre-planned pogrom led by the political government (BJP) of the day.

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Rudy Surrogate: "I Don't Subscribe To The Principle That There Are Good Muslims And Bad Muslims"

  • Chandragupta II Vikramaditya (on throne in 379) ended the satrapy of Ujjain by conquest of Malwa, Gujerat, and Surashtra (between 388 and 401).

    2. South Asia, 72 B.C.E.-500 C.E

  • The Harappan Civilization declined after 2000 B.C.E., a development that led to a massive expansion of village settlement in Gujerat to the south.

    6. Asia

  • No common blackguard, mind you - Prince of Ghor once, weren't you, Josiah, and unfrocked governor of Gujerat, to say nothing of being a pretender (it's the truth, Flashman) to the throne of Afghanistan, no less!

    Flashman And The Mountain Of Light

  • No one could foresee, then, that it would all be to do over, that in three short years the Sikhs would be in arms again, Paddy's white coat would come out of the closet reeking of camphor, and the bayonets and tulwars would cross once more at Chillianwalla and Gujerat.

    Flashman And The Mountain Of Light

  • The result was the Second Sikh War of 1848-9, which ended in complete British victory - Gough, hesitant for once, fought a costly action at Chillianwalla, and was about to be replaced, but before his successor arrived he had won the decisive victory at Gujerat.

    Flashman And The Mountain Of Light

  • No common blackguard, mind you — Prince of Ghor once, weren't you, Josiah, and unfrocked governor of Gujerat, to say nothing of being a pretender (it's the truth, Flashman) to the throne of Afghanistan, no less!

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

  • Thus far Harlan's story rests largely on a biographical sketch by the missionary, Dr Joseph Wolff; they met briefly during Harlan's governorship of Gujerat, but Wolff (who of course never had the advantage of reading the present packet of the Flashman Papers) confesses that he knows nothing of the American after 1839.

    Flashman And The Mountain Of Light

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