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Breaking Gujarat government wants to rename Ahmedabad as Karnavati

Siva

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Thread cleaned! Discuss only on renaming!
 

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Renaming "Sarkar".
 

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Yes , Historian is moron :).

Most of the guys in the twitter refers to Wikipedia page. Ok , find did they read it fully? No. In that Wikipedia page there is a reference site. It gives

Shah Name Meaning

Muslim: from the Persian royal title Shah ‘king’, ‘emperor’. This was the title adopted by the kings of the Pahlavi dynasty (1925–79). Shah is found in combination with other words, e.g. Shah Jahan (name of a Mughal emperor, ruled 1628–57) and Shah ?Alam ‘king of the world’ (name of a Mughal emperor, ruled 1707–12). This name is widespread in Iran and the subcontinent.

Indian (Gujarat, Rajasthan): Hindu (Bania, Vania) and Jain name, from Gujarati sah ‘merchant’ (from Sanskrit sadhu ‘honest’, ‘good’). This name was originally Sah; it appears to have been altered under the influence of the Persian word for ‘king’ (see 1).
 

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Yes , Historian is moron :).

Most of the guys in the twitter refers to Wikipedia page. Ok , find did they read it fully? No. In that Wikipedia page there is a reference site. It gives

Shah Name Meaning

Muslim: from the Persian royal title Shah ‘king’, ‘emperor’. This was the title adopted by the kings of the Pahlavi dynasty (1925–79). Shah is found in combination with other words, e.g. Shah Jahan (name of a Mughal emperor, ruled 1628–57) and Shah ?Alam ‘king of the world’ (name of a Mughal emperor, ruled 1707–12). This name is widespread in Iran and the subcontinent.

Indian (Gujarat, Rajasthan): Hindu (Bania, Vania) and Jain name, from Gujarati sah ‘merchant’ (from Sanskrit sadhu ‘honest’, ‘good’). This name was originally Sah; it appears to have been altered under the influence of the Persian word for ‘king’ (see 1).
Today's era is of fake news.
 
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One more example the great man blind followers are unrespectful moron's 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😤😤😤😠😠😡😡🤬🤬👆👆

Yes , Historian is moron :).

Most of the guys in the twitter refers to Wikipedia page. Ok , find did they read it fully? No. In that Wikipedia page there is a reference site. It gives

Shah Name Meaning

Muslim: from the Persian royal title Shah ‘king’, ‘emperor’. This was the title adopted by the kings of the Pahlavi dynasty (1925–79). Shah is found in combination with other words, e.g. Shah Jahan (name of a Mughal emperor, ruled 1628–57) and Shah ?Alam ‘king of the world’ (name of a Mughal emperor, ruled 1707–12). This name is widespread in Iran and the subcontinent.

Indian (Gujarat, Rajasthan): Hindu (Bania, Vania) and Jain name, from Gujarati sah ‘merchant’ (from Sanskrit sadhu ‘honest’, ‘good’). This name was originally Sah; it appears to have been altered under the influence of the Persian word for ‘king’ (see 1).
Like leader like his followers always faith in jumlas (Google) instead of truth(written history) 🤣😂😂🤣🤣🤬🤬🤬
 
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