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Chhota Udaipur State

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Chhota Udaipur State
છોટાઉદેપુર રિયાસત
Princely State of British India
1743–1948
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Chhota Udaipur State (green) within Rewa Kantha Agency, British India
Capital Chhota Udaipur
History
 •  Established 1743
 •  Independence of India 1948
Area
 •  1901 2,305 km2 (890 sq mi)
Population
 •  1901 64,621 
Density 28 /km2  (72.6 /sq mi)
Today part of Gujarat, India

The Chhota Udaipur State or 'Princely State of Chhota Udaipur', (Gujarati: છોટાઉદેપુર; Hindi: छोटा उदैपुर)[1] was a princely state with its capital in Chhota Udaipur during the era of British India. The last ruler of Chhota Udaipur State signed the accession to join the Indian Union in 1948. Chhota Udepur shares a history with Devgadh Baria and Rajpipla as one of the three princely states of eastern Gujarat.[2]

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History

The erstwhile Princely State of Chhota Udaipur was founded in 1743 by Rawal Udeysinhji, a descendant of Patai Rawal of Champaner.[citation needed]

This state was a second class state under the Rewa Kantha Agency and merged with the Union of India on 10 March 1948. HH Aishwarya Pratap singh Chauhan is the third son of Maharaja Virendra Pratap singh Chauhan, the present Maharaja of Chhota Udaipur.[3]

Rulers

  • 1762 – 1771 Arsisinhji
  • 1771 – 1777 Hamirsinhji II
  • 1777 – 1822 Bhimsinhji
  • 1822 – 1851 Gumansinhji
  • 1851 – 1881 Jitsinhji
  • 1881 – 1895 Motisinhji
  • 1895 – 29 Aug 1923 Fatehsinhji (b. 1884 – d. 1923)
  • 29 Aug 1923 – 15 Oct 1946 Natwarsinhji Fatehsinhji (b. 1906 – d. 1946)
  • 15 Oct 1946 – 15 Aug 1947 Virendrasinhji (b. 1907-d. 25 June 2005)[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ Chhota Udaipur (Princely State)
  2. ^ http://www.gujarattourism.com/destination/details/9/158
  3. ^ http://chhotaudepur.com
  4. ^ "Indian Princely States before 1947 A-J". www.worldstatesmen.org. Retrieved 15 August 2019.

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This page was last edited on 15 August 2019, at 03:35
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