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or Ah·me·da·bad  (ä′mə-də-bäd′)
A city of northwest India north of Mumbai. Founded in 1411 as the capital of a Gujarat kingdom, it is a commercial and cultural center with many outstanding mosques, temples, and tombs.
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(ˈɑːmədəˌbɑːd) or


(Placename) a city in W India, in Gujarat: famous for its mosque. Pop: 3 515 361 (2001)
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or Ah•mad•a•bad

(ˌɑ məd ɑˈbɑd)

a city in E Gujarat state, in W India, N of Bombay. 2,954,526.
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