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Administrative divisions of British India

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Colonial India
British Indian Empire
Imperial entities of India
Dutch India1605–1825
Danish India1620–1869
French India1668–1954

Portuguese India
(1505–1961)
Casa da Índia1434–1833
Portuguese East India Company1628–1633

British India
(1612–1947)
East India Company1612–1757
Company rule in India1757–1858
British Raj1858–1947
British rule in Burma1824–1948
Princely states1721–1949
Partition of India
1947

The Divisions of British India were administrative units of the Government of the British Raj or Indian Empire.[1]

Divisions in Bengal

The seven Bengal Regulation Districts were named as 'divisions' in 1851:

  • Jessore Division, area 14,853 sq mi, population 5,345,472 (1851)
  • Bhagalpur Division area 26,464 sq mi, population 8,431,000
  • Cuttack Division, area 12,664 sq mi, population 2,793,883
  • Murshidabad Division (Moorshedabad), area 17,556 sq mi, population 6,815,876
  • Dacca Division, area 20,942 sq mi, population 4,055,800
  • Patna Division, area 13,803 sq mi, population 7,000,000
  • Chittagong Division, area 7,410 sq mi, population 2,406,950

Divisions of Eastern Bengal and Assam

The divisions of Eastern Bengal and Assam Province 1905—1912:

  • Dacca Division
  • Chittagong Division
  • Rajshahi Division
  • Assam Valley Division
  • Surma Valley and Hill Districts Division

Divisions in Baroda

  • Kadi Division
  • Baroda Division
  • Amreli Division
  • Navsari Division

Divisions in Bombay

Divisions in Burma

Divisions in Central India

Divisions of Hyderabad

Divisions in Rajputana

  • Western Rajputana States Residency
  • Haraoti and Tonk Agency
  • Mewar Residency
  • Eastern Rajputana States Agency
  • Kotah and Jhalawar Agency

Divisions in Agra

Divisions in Oudh

Divisions in Punjab

See also

References

  1. ^ Imperial Gazetteer of India. Published under the authority of His Majesty's Secretary of State for India in Council. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1907-1909

External links


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