Packers & Movers Rajkot
Packers and Movers Rajkot
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Rajkot! possesses a very long history and has also played a significant role in the Indian independence movement. The city was founded by Thakore Sahib Vibhoji Ajoji Jadeja of Jadeja clan in 1607 AD. Thakore Sahib Jadeja was grandson of Jam Shri Satarsal (Sataji) Vibhaji Jadeja of Nawanagar, the present day Jamnagar.
In 1720 AD, Masum Khan, a deputy Faujdar of Junagadh’s Nawab, conquered Rajkot and changed its name to Masumabad.
Masumabad was later conquered by the Jadeja clan and its name was restored to Rajkot. Bavajiraj Jadeja built Darbargadh, the first palace of this princely state. Bavajiraj was succeeded by his son, Sir Lakhajiraj Jadeja, the most outstanding ruler amongst the Jadeja rulers to that time. Sir Lakhajiraj also constructed Lalpari and Randarda lakes. After Lakhajiraj his son Dharmendrasinhji Jadeja, succeeded his father, but died while hunting of Lion in Sasan Gir and was succeeded by his brother Pradyumansinhji Jadeja. Rajkot was merged into Republic of India during Pradumansinh Jadeja’s reign.
The British East India Company further founded the Saurashtra agency in Rajkot to moderate all princely states. The regional headquarters and residency of British East India Company was at Kothi Compound in the city. The British constructed numerous impressive colonial buildings and educational institutions, such as Connaught Hall and The Rajkumar College in Rajkot.