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Surat Municipality Building – Past and Present

June 8, 2019

 

Surat Municipality, popularly called Mugali Sara, was a Mughal Caravan Serai later converted into Municipal Council Building. Many mindless modifications have changed its interiors, and as it is no one is really bothered about heritage in Surat.

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Just for fun, see the recent news about Surat’s civic past:

Surat Municipality Liquor Revenue 1.jpg

 

Surat Municipality Liquor Revenue 2.jpg

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