a city in E Gujarat, in W India, N of Bombay: a former state capital.
One such mob went to the lower-middle-class Muslim ghetto of Naroda-Patiya in Ahmedabad.
Mumbai Massacre Perpetrator’s Sentence Affirmed Dilip D’Souza September 2, 2012
In spite of my caution I consider the little institution I am conducting in Ahmedabad as the finest thing in the world.
Third class in Indian railways Mahatma Gandhi
As a first step I accompanied my brother to Ahmedabad where he was posted as judge.
My Reminiscences Rabindranath Tagore
In 1897 a metre-gauge railway was opened from Ahmedabad through Parantij to Ahmednagar.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 4 Various
The repression was stern; 28 of the rioters were killed and 123 wounded in Ahmedabad alone.
India, Old and New Sir Valentine Chirol
In Ahmedabad, another cotton manufacturing centre, about the same scale is in force.
Where Half The World Is Waking Up Clarence Poe
Ahmedabad, an important military station, is also an important centre of cotton manufacture and wheat-trade.
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
Your messenger must enquire for Bhaskur, a trader from Ahmedabad, who is lodging there.
At the Point of the Bayonet G. A. Henty
So saying, Roger significantly tapped the handle of the tremendous weapon fashioned for him by an armorer at Ahmedabad.
The Great Mogul Louis Tracy
Cambaya is thirty-eight coss from Ahmedabad, by a road through sands and woods, much infested by thieves.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII. Robert Kerr
a city in W India, in Gujarat: famous for its mosque. Pop: 3 515 361 (2001)
a member of the Ahmadiya. Contemporary Examples A representative of the Ahmadi Muslim community did not respond to a request for comment from The Daily Beast. Social Media Is Deadly in Pakistan Gideon Resnick July 28, 2014 “A lot of us feel that there is a crisis in our economy, and that it was caused […]
a modern sect, divided into an older group (Qadianis) and a newer group (Lahore party)
a city in W Maharashtra, in W India, E of Bombay. Historical Examples In the midst of his activity he died at Ahmednagar, and with his death terminated the brilliant epoch of the Moguls. The Every Day Book of History and Chronology Joel Munsell Ahmednagar and Gujarat also became the seats of a new kingdom. […]
noun a messianic Islamic sect founded in Qadian, India, in 1889 by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad; it split into two branches in 1914 any of various Sufi sects