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Vaghela Dynasty

After the decline of Solankies, Vaghela dynsty ruled Gujarat from 1243 to 1299 AD.

Dholka(Present Ahmedabad) was the capital of Vaghela Dynasty.

Virdhavala(1243 - 1262 AD) was the first ruler of the Dynasty.

Arjunadeva (Vishaldev)(1262 - 1275), Sarangadeva(1275-1297) and Karandeva-II(1297-1304 AD) were the rulers of this dynasty.

The dynasty came to end with the defeat of Karnadeva Vaghela by Alauddin Khilji in 1299 AD.

A number of temples, including one of the Dilwara Temples at Mount Abu and temple at Mount Girnar, were built during their period.