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  1. Bantva

    residents of Bantva Abdul Sattar Edhi Humanitarian, Social Worker and founder of Edhi Foundation ... of Khan Amir Khan was the Ruling Chief of Bantva, a juriadictional Taluka in Kathiawar, acceded to Pakistan ... from Arms rules in Pakistan. c He was entitled to use his red number plats of Bantva on his personal vehicles. External links http www.memon world.net BantvaMemory.htm My Memories of Bantva By Abdur ... Manavadar Bantva Princely State coord 21 29 N 70 04 E display title region IN type city source GNS enwiki Category Memon Category Cities and towns in Junagadh district ca Bantva ...   more details



  1. Bantva Memons

    Refimprove date October 2010 The Bantva Memons are a group of Kathiawadi Memons originating from the town of Bantva , Kathiawar , a former district of the state of Gujarat in India . History The Bantva Memons left India after Partition of India Partition and settled in Pakistan . Majority of population of Bantva was Muslim Memons at the time of independence in 1947. In Pakistan The majority of them migrated to Pakistan after independence in 1947 and settled in Karachi , Sindh , Pakistan . The Bantva Memons are very successful businessmen who, for example, are founders of corporations such as Dawood Industries Fact date October 2010 Notable Bantwa Memons Abdul Sattar Edhi was born in Bantva . Category Memon people Category Memon Category Muhajir communities Category Social groups of Pakistan Category Social groups of Gujarat Category Muslim communities of Gujarat india org stub ...   more details



  1. Sardargarh Bantva

    Sardargardh Bantva was a princely state founded in 1760 on the Kathiawar Kathiawar peninsula in Gujarat , India . It had an area of approximately 186  km , and contained 13 primarily Muslim villages. Upon independence in 1947, the princely states were forced to join either India or Pakistan . Sardargardh Bantva acceded to Pakistan in September 1947, and then rescinded the accession and re accedeed to India on February 15, 1948. The last ruler was Khan Shri Ghulam Moinuddin Khanji Husainyawar Khanji , born 11 June 1919 who share the joint descent with Nawab Junagadh See also Memon people Memon Bantva Bantva Manavadar Memoni External links http uqconnect.net zzhsoszy ips m manavadarbantva.html Manavadar Bantva Princely State Category Indian Princely States Category Memon Category History of Gujarat Category States and territories established in 1760 Category 1947 disestablishments ...   more details



  1. Bantva Manavadar

    Bantva Manavadar was a princely state founded in 1760 on the Kathiawar Kathiawar peninsula in Gujarat , India . It had an area of approximately 574 km , and contained 26 primarily Muslim villages. Its ruler held the title of Khan title Khan Sahib . ref cite web title Manavadar work Genealogical Gleanings publisher Soszynski, Henry. University of Queensland url http www.uq.net.au zzhsoszy ips m manavadar.html accessdate 2010 04 12 ref On 14 September 1947, following the independence of the British Raj , the Khan Sahib Ghulam Moinuddin Khanji acceded the state of Manavadar to the Dominion of Pakistan . This act was done at the same time as his neighbour, the Nawab of Junagadh . Indian police forces were subsequently sent into Manavadar on 22 October 1947, and the Khan Sahib was placed under house arrest at Songadh . An administrator was appointed to carry on the governance of the state, during which time the Government of India held an unsupervised and unattested plebiscite in his domain. ref name genealogy cite web title Manavadar work The Royal Ark publisher Buyers, Christopher url http www.royalark.net India2 manava3.htm accessdate 2010 04 12 ref Participants voted in favour of union with India. The state was merged with the federated state of Saurashtra region Saurashtra on 20 February 1949. ref name genealogy The Khan Sahib remained imprisoned at Rajkot until the Indian authorities agreed to release him following the Liaquat Nehru Pact of 8 April 1950. He then left for Karachi in 1951, where he continued to be officially recognised and granted all the prerogatives of a royal prince, until his death in 2003. ref name genealogy See also Memon people Memon Bantva References reflist coord missing Gujarat Category Indian Princely States Category Muslim princely states of India Category History of Gujarat Category States and territories established in 1760 Category 1947 disestablishments ca Manavadar de Manavadar Staat fr Manavadar ...   more details



  1. Memons (Kathiawar)

    Refimprove date January 2011 The ancestors of present day Memon people Memons who settled few centuries ago, in various part of the district of Kathiawar are now identified as simply Memons or Kathiawadi Memons , or Halai Memons Citation needed date October 2010 . Kathiawadi Memons are further divided into sub group which is generally refer to their ancestral village or town such as Bantva Bantva Memons , Dhoraji Dhoraji Memons etc. It is estimated that the number of Memons worldwide over one million ref name Census http www.memonworld.com.pk memom population.htm Estimate of Memon Population by Mr. Ali Mohammad Tabba ref The language of Kathiawadi Memons is Memon language Memon , sometimes called Memoni . The Memons in South Africa South African Memon community is largely descended from Memons who emigrated from Kathiawar in the early twentieth century. Jamat The following are some common well organized societies or welfare associations called Jamat Gujar ti script of the Kathiawadi Memons Community which is generally reference to their ancestral village or town in Kathiawar, Gujarat India Keshod Bantva Memons Bantva Bagasra Kutiyana Dhoraji Jetpur Navagadh Jetpur Vanthli Gondal Upleta Mangrol Veraval Okhai Surat i Junagarh Keshod Porbandar Jamnagar Halai Jamnagar Morvi Rajkot Jodiya Saurashtra region Saurashtra Ranavav Manavadar Balagam Sardargarh Nasserpuria Vasavad Bhavnagar Amreli coord 21.504186 70.408630 region IN type city source Wikimapia Saurashtra formally Kathiawar Gujarat India See also Memon disambiguation References reflist Category Social groups of Pakistan Category Ethnic groups in Pakistan Category Social groups of Gujarat Category Muslim communities of India Category Memon Category Muslim communities of Gujarat ...   more details



  1. Lakhani (name)

    Notability date May 2008 Primarysources date May 2008 Lakhani lang ur is a Sindhi people Sindhi family name in Pakistan and India . The Muslim Lakhani also belong to Memon people Memon community. Lakhani is a prosperous business community and now also in journalism , sports and politics . The Lakhani in India are Hindu s as well as Muslim s. The surname Lakhani is a Lohana surname. Members of Lakhani community Iqbal Ali Lakhani Sultan Ali Lakhani , one of the richest men in Pakistan Hemant Lakhani Falguni Lakhani Faisal Lakhani one of the richest men in India See also Memon people Memon tribe Kathiawadi Memons Bantva Juberi Memon Kutchi Memon Memoni language Memons in South Africa Memons in Sri Lanka Sardargarh Bantva Sindhi Memon Lakson Group Category Ethnic groups in Pakistan Category Memon Category Social groups of Pakistan Category Sindhi tribes ...   more details



  1. Bantwa

    merge Bantva date February 2011 distinguish Bhanvad See Wikipedia WikiProject Indian cities for details Infobox Indian jurisdiction native name Bantwa type city latd longd state name Gujarat district Junagadh district Junagadh leader title leader name altitude population as of 2001 population total 15216 area magnitude sq. km area total area telephone postal code vehicle code range sex ratio unlocode website footnotes Bantwa is a city and a municipality in Junagadh district in the state of Gujarat , India . Demographics As of the 2001 India census , ref GR India ref Bantwa had a population of 15,216. Males constitute 52 of the population and females 48 . Bantwa has an average literacy rate of 69 , higher than the national average of 59.5 with 57 of the males and 43 of females literate. 12 of the population is under 6 years of age. Bantva is located at 21 28 60N and 70 4 60E, at an altitude of 20 meters. Nearby towns are Nanadiya , Limbuda, Manavadar, Vanthali, Junagadh , Keshod , Visavadar, Kutiyana, Dhoraji, Porbandar and Rajkot . The town is roughly 10 kilometers from the Arabian Sea, and equi distance 40 Km from Junagadh, Porbandar & Veraval. Bantwa was a main hub 50 years ago for the trade of nuts and cotton. In 1947 after the Partition of India most of the Memon people Memon business community Muslim migrated to Pakistan. In Karachi today there is a strong community of Memon people from Bantwa and their descendants known as Bantwa Memon . ref cite news url http www.accessmylibrary.com coms2 summary 0286 24718975 ITM title City Nazim praises services of Memon community date October 13, 2003 work Pakistan Press International publisher Asia Africa Intelligence Wire accessdate 20 January 2010 ref See also Bantva Coord 21 29 N 70 05 E region IN type city display title References Reflist Category Cities and towns in Junagadh district Junagadh geo stub bpy it Bantwa new pt Bantwa vi Bantwa ...   more details



  1. 1818 in India

    Unreferenced date December 2009 Year in India 1818 Events in the year 1818 in India . Dates 1 January The Peshwa defeated at Koregaon by the British Empire British . 6 January Treaty of Mandasor is signed between the British Empire British and the Marathas . 20 February The Peshwa defeated at Ashti by the British Empire British . 3 June Baji Rao II surrenders to the British Empire British Events 1818 Manavadar Bantva Manavadar becomes a British Empire British Protectorate , a Princely state which was founded in 1733. The third Anglo Maratha war breaks out. The Marathas are finally defeated by the British Empire British DEFAULTSORT 1818 In India Category 1818 in India Category 1818 by country India Category Years of the 19th century in India India hist stub ...   more details



  1. Vasavad

    unreferenced date July 2008 Vas vad is a small town near Amreli , India and neighboring regions Bantva Keshod Junagadh Gujarat . It is also contains a small memon community of merchants traders. Some migrated to Pakistan at the time of independence. Small percentage of same lives in Karachi Pakistan. Latitude 21.8167 Longitude 71.0167 Altitude feet 439 See also Memon people memon coord 21 49 N 71 01 E display title region IN type city source GNS enwiki Category Villages in Amreli district ...   more details



  1. Babi (title)

    Babi enters in various Indian titles. Khan title Khan Sahib Shri Babi the title of the ruler of the Indian princely state of Bantva Manavadar state founded in 1760 which in September 1947 acceded to Pakistan, but on 15 February 1948 rescinded accession to Pakistan, to accede to India the dynasty is called Babi. Nawab Babi the title of the ruler of the Indian princely state of Balasinor the dynasty is called Babi Dynasty Babi was also the name of the only ruling dynasty title Nawab in the salute state of Radhanpur , where for generations Bahadur Babi followed the ruler s personal name The same dynasty finally ruled Junagadh , but there Babi was rarely part f the name, and never of the title of the ruling Nawab Saheb Sources and references http www.worldstatesmen.org India princes A J.html WorldStatesmen India http www.uq.net.au zzhsoszy ips main.html Indian princely states see each state quoted DEFAULTSORT Babi Title Category Kinship and descent Category Titles in India ...   more details



  1. Balagam

    Unreferenced date February 2008 Infobox Indian Jurisdiction type village native name Balagam other name district Junagadh district Junagadh state name Gujarat nearest city keshod parliament const assembly const civic agency skyline skyline caption latd 21 latm 22 lats 0 longd 70 longm 6 longs 0 locator position right area total area magnitude altitude population total 10,000 population as of population density sex ratio literacy area telephone postal code 362220 vehicle code range climate website Balagam is a small town near Bantva , Keshod , Junagadh District , Gujarat , India See also Memon people Memon coord 21 22 N 70 06 E display title region IN type city source GNS enwiki Junagadh geo stub Category Cities and towns in Junagadh district ...   more details



  1. Hajiani Khatijabai

    Hajiyani Khadija lang ur , formally referred to as Hajiana Khatija Bai, is a Pakistan i Memon people Memon woman from the India n city of Bantva . Hajiani Khatijabai and her family migrated and settled in Karachi after independence of Pakistan in 1947. Although she was only semi literate herself, ref http www.memon world.net bhistory7.htm www.memon world.net ref she founded the Raunaq e Islam chain of girls schools, colleges and industrial homes, under the banner of the Pakistan Memon Women s Educational society. She was supported and financially underwritten in this endeavor by Suleman Bhoora both before and after the independence of Pakistan and their migration into Pakistan. ref http www.memon.com community personalities 550 s www.memon.com ref The schools were open to all communities and charged minimal fees. Today, she features as one of the many prominent educators. References references See also Memon people Memon Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Khatijabai, Hajiani ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Khatijabai, Hajiani Category Memon people Category Pakistani educators Category Pakistani Muslims Category Pakistani women Pakistan bio stub ...   more details



  1. Babi Dynasty

    The Babi dynasty was founded in 1735 by Muhammed Sher Khan Babi ruled 1748 1758 . Nawab s of this dynasty went on to rule over Junagadh in modern Gujarat, from the 18th century until Indian independence in 1947. The Babi are a clan of the Yusufzai tribe of Pashtun people Pashtun s, ref cite web title Junagadh work Genealogical Gleanings publisher Soszynski, Henry. University of Queensland url http www.uq.net.au zzhsoszy ips j junagadh.html accessdate 2010 04 12 ref descended specifically from the tribe s Usmankhel sept. They entered India from Afghanistan under the leadership of Usman Khan Babi, a follower of the Mughal emperor Humayun . Usman s son, Sher Khan Babi, arrived in Kathiawar in the train of Prince Murad Baksh , the Imperial Viceroy. ref cite web title Junagadh work The Royal Ark publisher Buyers, Christopher url http www.royalark.net India junagadh.htm accessdate 2010 04 12 ref His descendants ruled over the princely state s of Radhanpur and Balasinor , and the small states of Bantva , Manavadar and Sardargarh . References reflist 30em Category Social groups of Pakistan Category Ethnic groups in Pakistan Category Junagadh district Category History of Gujarat ethno stub ...   more details



  1. Ahmad Adaya

    in 2011. See also Memons Bantva Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Adaya, Ahmed ALTERNATIVE ...   more details



  1. Memon people

    Kutyana in Junahgarh now India . Bantva Bantva Memons , Jetpur Navagadh Jutpur Memons , Dhoraji ... Upleta Kutiyana Ganjari Amreli Bantva , Bagasra Ladhubhai Bombay Dhoraji Gondal, India Gondal Halari ... , Australia and Burma . In Karachi today there is a community of Memon people from Bantva and their descendants known as Bantva Memons . Also another prominent category is Halari Memon who works ... York, USA Others http www.wikimapia.org y 21504186&x 70408630&z 11&l 0&m a Bantva, Junagadh, Vanthli ...   more details



  1. Bhanvad

    distinguish Bantva Infobox Indian jurisdiction See Wikipedia WikiProject Indian cities for details native name Bhanvad type city latd 21.93 longd 69.78 locator position right state name Gujarat district Jamnagar district Jamnagar leader title leader name altitude 57 population as of 2001 population total 19709 population density area magnitude sq. km area total area telephone postal code 360 510 vehicle code range sex ratio unlocode website footnotes Bhanvad is a city and a municipality in Jamnagar district in the state of Gujarat , India . Geography Bhanvad is located at Coord 21.93 N 69.78 E . ref http www.fallingrain.com world IN 9 Bhanvad.html Falling Rain Genomics, Inc Bhanvad ref It has an average elevation of convert 57 m ft 0 . Demographics As of 2001 India census , ref GR India ref Bhanvad had a population of 19,709. Males constitute 51 of the population and females 49 . Bhanvad has an average literacy rate of 68 , higher than the national average of 59.5 with male literacy of 76 and female literacy of 60 . 12 of the population is under 6 years of age.Other sites near Bhanvad are Triveni Sangam a beautiful garden and temple of lord mahadeva, Mountails of Barda is another place where many temples like Goddess of Ashapura Mahadeva temple at kileshver are the sites to see. there is a holi place in bhanvad named bhutvad . It is the mark of two lovers named vir mangda valo and sati padmavati . Vir was died in a battle against his anemy and he couldn t married to sati padmavati. so all people worship them as god.The place bhutvad is very attractive. you will be feel cool after visit this place. There is another place at the end of bhanvad village which is triveni sangam, where three rivers meet together and it is also a tourist place.In shravan month a big fair have been held since many years. There is much importance in bhanvad to celebrate satam of shravan month.The name of bhanvad came to known by the owner of the village bhan jethvo . Bhanvad has another site ...   more details



  1. Manavadar

    See Wikipedia WikiProject Indian cities for details Infobox Indian jurisdiction native name Manavadar type city latd 21.5 longd 70.13 locator position right state name Gujarat district Junagadh district Junagadh leader title leader name altitude 24 population as of 2001 population total 27559 area magnitude sq. km area total area telephone 02874 postal code 362630 vehicle code range GJ 11 sex ratio unlocode website footnotes Manavadar is a city and a municipality in Junagadh district in the India n States and territories of India state of Gujarat . Accession of Manavadar to India 1733 Manavadar Bantva Manavadar state founded. 1818 British protectorate. 25 Sep 1947 Accedes to Pakistan. 15 Feb 1948 Rescinds accession to Pakistan, accedes to India. Geography Manavadar is located at Coord 21.5 N 70.13 E ref http www.fallingrain.com world IN 9 Manavadar.html Falling Rain Genomics, Inc Manavadar ref . It has an average elevation of 24  metre s 78  foot length feet . Demographics As of 2001 India census ref GR India ref , Manavadar had a population of 27,559. Males constitute 52 of the population and females 48 . Manavadar has an average literacy rate of 82 , higher than the national average of 59.5 male literacy is 76 , and female literacy is 63 . In Manavadar, 12 of the population is under 6 years of age. It has developed cotton industry and cotton and groundnut are the most cash crops of the area. The town was famous once upon a time When date February 2011 due to its vegetable ghee industries, but in winds and sweeps of economic reform in India , all three units has been closed. Manavadar taluk have big towns or villages like Bantwa , Nanadiya , Khambhla, Nakara,Pajod, Jilana, Sardargadh List of Indian Princely States , Mitdi, Limbuda , Indra, Sherdi , Bhimora, Galvav , Sanosara,Koyalana Ghed , Zinzari, Vadala, Sitana, Bhitana, padaradi Ghed etc. Temples of Manavadar 1. Pipleshwar Mahadev 2. Ram Mandir 3. Mahadevya 4. Gayatri Mandir 5. Pusti marg Have ...   more details



  1. Saurashtra State

    and also that of Mangrol , Bantva Manavadar Manavadar , Babariawad , Bantva and Sardargarh Bantva ...   more details



  1. List of state leaders in 1761

    List of state leaders in 1760 1761 Events of 1761 List of state leaders in 1762 State leaders by year Africa Ashanti Confederacy Kusi Obodom , List of rulers of Asante Asantehene 1750 1764 Buganda Kyabaggu of Buganda Kyabaggu Kabinuli , King of Buganda 1750 1780 Bunyoro Duhaga of Bunyoro Duhaga , Omukama of Bunyoro 1731 c.1782 Burundi Mwami Mutaga III Senyamwiza Mutamo , List of Kings of Burundi King of Burundi 1739 1767 Kingdom of Dahomey Dahomey Tegbesu , King of Dahomey 1732 1774 Ethiopian Empire Iyoas I of Ethiopia Iyoas I , Emperor of Ethiopia , 1755 1769 Nungu Yembrima, List of rulers of the Gurma Mossi state of Nungu Nunbado of Nungu 1736 1791 Oyo Empire Majeogbe, Oba of Oyo 1754 1770 Warsangali Sultanate Gerad Ali , Sultan of Warsangali 1750 1789 List of rulers of the Mossi state of Yatenga Yatenga Naaba Kango, ruler of Yatenga 1754 1787 Zulu people Zulu Ndaba kaMageba , List of Zulu kings King of the Zulu 1745 1763 Asia Afghanistan Ahmad Shah Abdali , King of Afghanistan 1747 1772 Amabi Balthazar Loti , King of Amabi 1755 1790 Amanuban Don Louis of Amanuban Don Louis , Prince of Amanuban 1751 1770 Amarasi Dom Affonco Hornay , Prince of Amarasi 1752 1774 Sultanate of Banjar Banjar Tahmidullah II, Sultan of Banjar 1761 1801 Sardargarh Bantva Bantva Banten Abu Nazar Muhammad Arif Zainal Asyekin, ruled 1753 1777 Bantva Manavadar Bhaktapur Ranajit Malla , King of Bhaktapur 1722 1769 History of Bharatpur Bharatpur Surajmal Jat , Maharaja of Bharatpur 1756 1763 Bhopal state Faiz Muhammad Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Bhopal 1742 1777 Bhutan Sherab Wangchuck , Druk Desis of Bhutan 1744 1763 History of Bikaner Bikaner Gaj Singh, Maharaja of Bikaner 1745 1787 Blambangang Danuningrat, King of Blambangang 1736 1763 History of Bundi Rulers Bundi Umaid Singh, Rao Raja of Bundi 1749 1779 Khambhat History Cambay Mo min Khan II, Nawab of Cambay 1743 1784 China Qing Dynasty Qianlong Emperor of China Qianlong , Emperor of China 1735 1796 Garhwal Kingdom Garhwal Pradipt Sah, King of ...   more details



  1. 1947 in Pakistan

    of Bantva , Bantva Manavadar Manavadar and Sardargarh Bantva Sardargadh , were also former British ... of Junagadh and Bantva Manavadar Manavadar princely state . Pakistan agreed, on condition that votes ...   more details



  1. Khan (title)

    state of Bantva Manavadar state founded 1760 September 1947 acceded to Pakistan, but 15 February ... maintained by the ruling Khan who uses that title after his name Sardargarh Bantva Muslim Babi dynasty ...   more details



  1. Biryani

    to Sindhi Biryani. It has variations though, among families, as do most biryanis, though the Bantva ...   more details




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