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Jalia Amaraji

The princely state, in Gohelwar prant, was ruled by Sarvaiya Rajput Chieftains. During the British Raj, it was in the charge of the colonial Eastern Kathiawar Agency. He was only in one village, with a population of 444 in 1901, giving 2.500 cror ...

Jalia Devani

Jalia Devani is a former Hindu Rajput non-salute princely state on Saurashtra peninsula, in Gujarat, western India. For namesakes, see Jalia

Jalia Manaji

The princely state, in Gohelwar prant, was ruled by Sarvaiya Rajput Chieftains. During the British Raj, it was in the charge of the colonial Eastern Kathiawar Agency. He was only in one village, with a population of 236 in 1901, giving 2.200 rupe ...

Jamar, Gujarat

Jamar is a village and former Rajput petty princely state on Saurashtra peninsula, in Gujarat, western India. For namesakes, see Jamar disambiguation

Jamka State

The petty princely state, in Sorath prant, was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. In 1901 it comprised only the single village, with a population of 601, yielding 15.000 Rupees state revenue 1903–04, less than half from land, paying 185 Rupees tribute to ...

Jhalawar prant

Jhalawar was the northernmost of the four prant s into which the many feudal units of Kathiawar on Saurashtra peninsula in present Gujarat were divided, the others being Halar, Gohelwar and Sorath. See Jhalawar for namesakes It States the salute ...

Jhampodad

The princely state, in Jhalawar prant, was ruled by Jhala Rajputs. In 1901 he was only in one village, with a population of 451, giving 3400 rupees state income 1903-4, all from the ground, paying 138 RS tribute to the British.

Juna Padar

In 1901 it comprised only the single village, with a population of 193, yielding 900 Rupees state revenue 1903-4, mostly from land, paying 50 Rupees tribute, to the Gaekwar Baroda State and Junagadh State.

Kadoli State

The lesser princely state, comprising the village and a second one, belonged to Saber Kantha thana, in Mahi Kantha. It was ruled by Thakors of Makwana Koli of Jhala Dynasty who were thus non-jurisdictional. In 1901 it had a population of 931, giv ...

Kaner State

The petty princely state, in Sorath prant, was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. In 1901 it consisted of one village, with a population of 261, yielding 2.400 crore state income 1903-4, nearly all of the land, paying 195 a tribute to the Gaikwar of Baro ...

Kanjarda

It was a single village princely state in Gohelwar prant, under Sarvaiya Rajput Chieftains. It had a population of 313 in 1901, yielding state revenue of 1.600 crore, almost all of the land, 1903-4 and paid 128 rupees a tribute to the Gaekwar of ...

Kanksiali

Kangshiyadi was a petty princely state comprising only the village, in the Halar prant of Kathiawar, ruled by Jadeja Rajput Chieftains. It had a population of 224 in 1901, yielding government revenue of RS 2.538 1903-1904, mainly from the earth a ...

Kanpar Ishwaria

Kanpar Ishwaria was a minor princely state, in the Halar prant of Kathiawar, also comprising a second village, ruled by Kathi Chieftains. This was a total population of 1.365 in 1901, yielding government revenue of RS 16.135 1903-4, nearly all of ...

Kantharia

The non-salute princely state in Jhalawar prant was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. It comprised the town and another village. In 1901 he was a total population of 1.533, bringing the state income of 11.000 rupees 1903-4, mainly from the land, ...

Kariana State

The Seventh Class princely state, in Gohelwar prant, was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. It comprised the town and eight more villages, with a combined population of 2.265 in 1901, yielding 20.000 Rupees state revenue 1903-4, mostly from land, paying ...

Karmad

The non-salute princely state in Jhalawar prant was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. It comprised only the village. In 1901, it has a population of 465, bringing the state income from 8.000 1903-4, only from the ground, paying 231 RS tribute to ...

Karol, Gujarat

The princely state in Jhalawar prant was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. It comprised two major centres, Karol and Vadekhan villages. In 1901 the population was 981. The income of the state in 1903-04 gave approximately RS. 11.000, 796 of which ...

Katodia

It was a single village princely state in Gohelwar prant, under Gohel Rajput Chieftains. It had a population of 347 in 1901, income of the state in the amount of 3.000 rupees, mainly from the Ground, 1903-4 to RS 221 pay tribute to the Gaekwar Ba ...

Kesria

The non-salute princely state in Jhalawar prant was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. It comprised only the village. In 1901 its population was 146, yielding a revenue to the state 1.900 1903-4, only from the land, paid 278 RS tribute to the British.

Khambhlav

Khambhlav is a village and former minor princely state on Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat, western India. The village is located in limbdi Taluka in surendranagar district.

Khandia

The non-salute princely state in Jhalawar prant was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. It comprised only the village. In 1901, it has a population of 627 income-generating States in the amount of 4.000 rupees 1903-4, only from the land, by paying ...

Khijadia Dosaji

It was a single village princely state in Gohelwar prant, under Gohel Rajput Chieftains. It had a population of 361 in 1901, losing state revenue 2.600 crore, almost all of the land, 1903-4 and payment of RS 427 tribute in Gaekwar Baroda state an ...

Khijadia Najani

The petty princely state, in Sorath prant, was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. In 1901 it consisted of one village, with a population of 156, yielding 2.800 crore state income 1903-4, mainly from the land, paying 52 a tribute to the Gaikwar of Baroda ...

Khijadia State

Khijadija is a town and former independent princely state on Saurashtra, Gujarat, western India. For namesakes, see Khijadia This, apparently, identical to the Shaft Shri Valera raning alias of the shaft of the XIX century, one of many scattered ...

Kotra Pitha

The Sixth Class princely state, in Sorath prant, was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. It comprised the town and twelve more villages, with a combined population of 6.772 in 1901, yielding 70.000 Rupees state revenue 1903-4, over half from land, paying ...

Kuba State

Kuba was ranked as a Sixth Class state in the British raj. He was from the same village encompassing three square miles in 1901, with a population of 396, giving 3.340 rupees state income 1903-4, nearly all of the land, paying no tribute. The gov ...

Lakhapadar

Lakhapadar is a village and former non-salute princely state on the Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat, western India. According to the 2011 census location code or village code of the village Lakhapadar is 515721. Lakhapadar village is located in D ...

Laliyad

The petty princely state, in Jhalawar prant, was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. In 1901 it comprised only the village, with a population of 755, yielding 6.000 Rupees state revenue 1903-4, only from land, paying 362 Rupees tribute, to the British.

Likhi State

The Sixth Class princely state and taluka, covering 9 square miles in Mahi Kantha. It was ruled by Makwana Kolis of Thakor title of Chauhan Dynasty non-jurisdictional talukdars compare Hadol State, the state being within the jurisdiction of Sabar ...

Maguna

Maguna is a town and former minor Kshatriya Koli princely state on Saurashtra peninsula, in Gujarat, western India. The village is located in the Mahesana Taluka, Mehsana district.

Matra Timba

The minor princely state in Jhalawar prant, ruled by Kathi Chieftains, comprised the single village. It had a population of 352 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 2.727 Rupees 1903-4, mostly from land and a paying a tribute of 362 Rupees, to th ...

Mawalas

Inhabitants of the Maval region along the eastern side of the Sahyadri range of the Western ghats of present day Pune district in India have historically been called the Mawalas or Mavale. During Shivajis time, the term was exclusively used for p ...

Mengni

Mengni was a Fifth Class princely state, also comprising seven more villages, covering 35 square miles in the Halar prant of Kathiawar. It was ruled by Jadeja Rajput Chieftains. This was a total population of 3.354 in 1901, yielding government re ...

Mevasa

The minor princely state in Jhalawar prant, ruled by Kathi Chieftains, comprised the town and five other villages. It had a combined population of 619 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 6.796 Rupees 1903-4, mostly from land and a paying a tribu ...

Morchopna

The village had a population of 375 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 1750 Rupees mostly from land, 1903-4 and paying 163 Rupees tribute to Junagadh State. During the British Raj, the small States in the Prant Gohelwar was under the colonial o ...

Mowa, Gujarat

Mowa is a village and Rajput former petty princely state in Gujarat, western India. See Mowa for namesakes It is in the copolymer coating halar Prant on the Peninsula of Saurashtra.

Mulila Deri

Mulila Deri was a minor princely state, also comprising six other villages, in the Halar prant of Kathiawar, ruled by Jadeja Rajput Chieftains. This was a total population of 2.350 in 1901, yielding government revenue of RS 12.480 1903-4, mainly ...

Nilvala

The petty princely state, in Gohelwar prant, was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. In 1901 it consisted of one village, with a population of 457, yielding 3.735 crores state income 1903-4, mainly from the land, paying 665 RS tribute to the British and J ...

Pachhegam

The minor princely state, in Gohilwar prant, was ruled by Gohil Rajput Chieftains. In 1901 it comprised the town and two more villages. article Arjun Jadeja SN Makaji Meghpar

Pah, Gujarat

Pah was a single village princely state in Gohelwar prant, under Sarvaiya Rajput Chieftains. It had a population of 273 in 1901, losing state revenue 2.600 crore, almost all of the land, 1903-4 and payment 319 rupees tribute to the Gaekwar state, ...

Panchavada

The petty princely state, in Gohelwar prant, was ruled by Survaiya Rajput Chieftains. In 1901 it comprised a single village, with a population of 287, yielding 1.700 Rupees state revenue 1903-4, mostly from land, paying 241 Rupees tribute, to the ...

Rampura State

Rampura is a village and former petty Koli-ruled princely state in Gujarat, western India. See Rampura disambiguation for namesakes As the state of Rampur was the part of the Western India Agency of the United States. It was classified as a Thana ...

Rohisala

Rohisala was a petty princely state, in the Gohelwar prant of Kathiawar, comprising only the village, ruled by Sarvaiya Rajput Chieftains. It had a population of 411 in 1901, losing state revenue to 2.650 rupees 1903-4, nearly all of the land and ...

Sanketam

Sanketam was the name given to temple corporations in medieval Kerala. Land grants given to Brahmins were organized into sanketams, which formed semi-autonomous, self governing bodies. According to M.T. Narayanan, the sanketam was the primary ins ...

Santhal State

The non-jurisdictional estate in Mahi Kantha, including two more villages, was part of Katosan thana and had no separate Chief but was ruled by the Kshatriya Koli shareholder Chieftains of Katosan State, in whose state revenue it was included. In ...

Sarbananada Singha

Swargadeo Sarbananda Singh was a Moamoriya leader. He was Matak Chutia by ethnicity. He was the first ruler of the Matak Kingdom, with its capital in Bengmara, in what is now Tinsukia district in the Indian state of Assam. He was the son of Merut ...

Satanones

Satanones was a single village princely state under Kamliya Kamaliya chieftrain. It had a population of 240 In 1901, income of the state in the amount of 1200 rupees, mainly from the Ground, 1903-4 and paid 109 rupees a tribute to the Junagadh st ...

Udgir Fort

Udgir Fort in the Udgir city in Latur district, Maharashtra of India is a fort built in pre-Bahamani age, dating from the twelfth century CE. It is also famous for the historic battle in which Marathas, led by Sadashivrao Bhau, defeated Nizam, an ...

Umari State

The Seventh Class princely state and taluka, covering only the village, in Mahi Kantha, was ruled by Kshatriya Makwana Koli Chieftains, within the jurisdiction of Gandhwada Thana. In 1901 it had a population of 1.021, yielding 565 crore state inc ...

Untdi

The petty princely state, in Jhalawar prant, was ruled by Jhala Rajput Chieftains. In 1901 it consisted of one village, with a population of 240, yielding 2.000 crore state income 1903-4, half of the land, paying 539 RS tribute to the British and ...