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Karan Ghelo: Gujarat's Last Rajput King s a Gujarati historical novel by Nandshankar Mehta. It was published in 1866 and was the first original novel in Gujarati. The novel depicts Karan, the last Vaghela ruler of Gujarat (c. 1296–1305) who was defeated by the Turkish forces of Allauddin Khilji in 1298. The novel was written for educational purpose. It was based on variety of historical sources but author took liberty in depiction of some incidents. The novel deals with social as well as religious issues. The book was well received and was translated in Marathi and English. It was adapted into plays and films.
Nandshankar Tuljashankar Mehta (21 April 1835 – 17 July 1905) was an Indian Gujarati language author and social reformer. He is known for Karan Ghelo, the first original novel in Gujarati. He wrote his only novel Karan Ghelo which he started in 1863 and completed in 1866. The novel depicts Karan Vaghela, the last Rajput ruler of Gujarat (c.1296-1305) who was defeated by the Turkish forces of Allauddin Khilji in 1298.