-As of now I have 193 settlements so there is only room for 6 more regions
Warangal was called Orugallu at the time?
Gingee was called Krishnapura
Golconda fort was called Muhammad nagar
//Scripted Name Changes
Ayad to Udaipur in 1559, scripted so region must belong to Mewar for name change to occur
Prayaga to Allahabad in 1575, scripted so Akbar must enter region for name change
//Settlement Development, arranged by modern names
//Allahabad, Historical name was Prayaga, name changed in 1575 during Akbar's visit
//Chittor was said to contain a large smith
//Goa was said to contain a large cannon factory
//Junnar, (Large Town?) Will have road and market
"Junnar has been an important trading and political center for the last two millennia. The town is on the trade route that links the ports of western India or more specifically of Konkan with Deccan interiors"
//(REGION NOTE) Kathiawar was known for horse breeding so, Dwarka/Diu/Junagadh will contain horse breeder guilds
//Kumbhalgarh, large elaborate fort owned by Mewar
//Ponnani, will have barracks/stables/missile buildings bc it is usually considered as the military capital of the Samutiris of Kozhikode. Will also have cannon towers bc wiki says in 1507 "Ponnani at the time was defended by a strong battery of artillery (forty guns)"
//Ranikot Fort, 20 mile fort in Sindh
//Sultanpur Lodhi, (City) Will have advanced markets and a university,
wiki 1200s "This new city of Sultanpur Lodhi was also the center point of the old trade route between Delhi and Lahore. It was a major trade center of north India at that time. It consisted of 32 major markets and about 5600 shops (Figures are mere estimates). No proof, as yet, with the Author). At that time the city was spread over in an area of 8 miles"
"City had many Islamic schools of education known as "Madarasas". The two princes of Delhi, Aurengzeb and Dara-sekoh completed their studies in one white mosque of Sultanpur Lodhi."
//Udaipur, not founded till 1559, Ayad was former Mewar capital nearby, described as a thriving trading town
//Yavatmal, historical name is ‘Yeoti’ or ‘Yeotmal’. It was a prominent town of the Berar Sultanate and was known as the ‘safest place in the world’.
///1500 Population Estimates
=Gaur="only 40,000 at height of sultanate in 1515" source:rise of islam and the bengal frontier, wiki says it's though to have been the fifth largest city in the world at the time though
////'Named' Forts, rather than settlements