is, however, accepted that he led an army against the Chudasama ruler, Ra Mandlik, who
surrendered Junagadh, and himself embraced Islam. From now onwards the whole of Sorath
came directly under the Muslims.
nevertheless, continued to function the sacred shrine of the Hindus till A. D. 1669 when
Aurangzeb ordered its demolition along with other not able Hindu shrines in the country.13
But from the Mirat-i-Ahmadi it appears that the devout Hindus defied the orders of the
local governor and continued worshipping the deity till as late as A.D. 1706 when the
shrine was ordered to be converted into a mosque.
13 K.M.Panikkar, A survey of Indian History
(Bombay, 1947), p. 195.