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The city is situated on the bank of River Chenab, about 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the border with India. Gujrat is located in a fertile region that has historically produced high-quality agricultural products. The city was built on a grid plan by an Afghan governor and later developed by Mughal emperor Akbar during his rule between 1560 and 1605. It served as capital of Punjab under Mughals until 1739 when it became part of Durrani Empire ruled by Ahmad Shah Abdali who made it one of his principal seats along with Kabul, Afghanistan. After fall of Durrani dynasty in 1818, Gujrat became part British Raj until 1947 when Pakistan emerged as independent country following partitioning from India.