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Eastern States Agency

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Eastern States Agency
Agency of British India
1933–1948
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1907 map of British India including Bengal, Orissa and the Feudatory States.
History 
• Merger of former Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Orissa agencies
1933
1948
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Agencies of British India
India

The Eastern States Agency was a grouping of princely states in eastern India, during the latter years of Britain's Indian Empire. It was created in 1933, by the unification of the former Chhattisgarh States Agency and the Orissa States Agency; the agencies remained intact within the grouping. In 1936, the Bengal States Agency was added.

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History

Since the 19th century the princely states and the tributary states of Orissa and Chhota Nagpur were not part of Bengal, but British relations with them were managed by its government through the Bengal Presidency.[1]

The Eastern States Agency was created on 1 April 1933. This agency dealt with forty-two princely states in eastern India, located in the present-day Indian states of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal and Tripura. Before the creation of the Eastern States Agency in 1933, twenty-three native states of the former Orissa Tributary States and Chhota Nagpur States were under the suzerainty of the British provinces of Bihar and Orissa and sixteen were under that of the Central Provinces.

Chota Nagpur and Orissa area during the British Raj. Political Divisions. 1909 Imperial Gazetteer of India map section.
Chota Nagpur and Orissa area during the British Raj. Political Divisions. 1909 Imperial Gazetteer of India map section.

The Agent reported to the Governor General of India and two Political Agents under his supervision were posted at Sambalpur and Raipur.[2]

Cooch Behar and Tripura were transferred from Bengal Province to the Eastern States Agency on 1 November 1936.[citation needed]

On 1 December 1944, the status of this agency was raised to that of a first class residency. These states were grouped into three political agencies, under the "Resident" in Calcutta. The headquarters of the Orissa States Agency was at Sambalpur, the headquarters of the Chhattisgarh States Agency was at Raipur and the headquarters of the Bengal States Agency was at Calcutta. After the withdrawal of the British from India in 1947, the states acceded to the new Union of India and some of the states formed the Eastern States Union, an organisation that failed.[3] Later they were integrated into the Indian states of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa.[4] The eastern portion of Madhya Pradesh and the southern portion of Bihar became the states of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, respectively, in November 2000.

Link to the Map of Eastern States Agency

Princely states of the Eastern States Agency

Orissa States Agency

Salute states, by precedence :

  • Narsinghpur, title Raja, Hereditary salute of 11-guns
  • Kalahandi, title HH Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns
  • Mayurbhanj, title HH Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns
  • Patna, title HH Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns
  • Sonepur, title HH Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns

Non-salute states, alphabetically :

Chhattisgarh States Agency

Only non-salute states :

Bengal States Agency

Salute states :

  • Cooch Behar, title Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 13-guns
  • Tripura, title Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 13-guns

Bihar States Agency

Non-salute states :

  • Mohrampur Jagir, title Raja Saheb
  • Raj Darbhanga, title Maharajadhiraj
  • Dighwara Estate, title Raja
  • Tajpur Estate, title Raja Sahib
  • Banailli Estate, title Maharaja
  • Kahra Estate, title Raja
  • Bhour Estate, title Raja
  • Chanour Estate, title Raja

See also

References

  1. ^  Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Bengal". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.
  2. ^ Devi, Bandita (1992). Some Aspects of British Administration in Orissa (1912–1936). Delhi: Academic Foundation. p. 213. ISBN 81-7188-072-X.
  3. ^ Sadhna Sharma ed. States Politics in India, 1995, p. 273
  4. ^ Amalgamation of Princely States

External links and Sources

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