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  1. 1. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur · 9,259 like this November 9, 2012 at 7:14pm · ptio Like ns Sponsored See All O Amrutham Chandamama Lo Amrutham Theatrical Trailer mee kosam Facebook lo... THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE India (Timurid Moghul Dynasty): According to several historians, the Empire of India, also named Dihli (today Delhi) was founded in 1194-1198 by Muiz ad Din Abul Mozaffar Muhammad I. It was followed ... India (British Empire of): In 1609, the British East India Company sent Captain William Hawkins to get concessions from the Moghul Emperor. The British East India Company allowed the British to ... India INDIAN NOBILITY TITLES THE GOLD COINS OF INDIA BEFORE AND DURING THE BRITISH RULE During British India, there were 127 gun salute states, 81 non-salute states, 131 petty states, 119 feudatory states, 196 Thikanas or Thakorates, 169 sovereign Jagirs, 101 ... (salute states, non salute states, other) * Agra Barkhera: A state formerly in the Bopawar Agency in Central India ... * Ahor: In Jodhpur State, today in the Jalor District of Rajasthan, a Thikana granted in 1706 by Ajit Singhji, Maharaja of Jodhpur to Champawat Jagannath Singhji. The Thikana was ... * Ajaigarh: Ajaigarh is one of the states born from the division of the Bandela Kingdom of Bandelkhand in Kalanjar among the descendants of the Kingdom’s founder, Chattersal ... * Akalkot: Shivaji II Bhonsla, Ruler of Satara, gave Akalkot to Fatteh Singh Bhonsle in the first part of the 18th century. Formerly in Deccan, today in Maharashtra, the state represented ... * Alaniawas: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, conferred in 1708 by the Maharaja of Jodhpur ... * Aligarh: Benoît Le Borgne de Boigne, General of the Armies of the Moghul Emperor, received in 1789 the Doab, a rich region of Hindustan between the Gange (Ganga) and Yamuna ... * Alirajpur: A state founded in 1437. Formerly in Central India, the state represented ... * Aluva: A Taluka located formerly in the State of Baroda. The Taluka represented ... * Alwar: In the 14th century, Maharao Raja Pratab Singhji of Macheri, a descendant of the Ruler of Jaipur, became the first ruler of Alwar ... * Amargarh: An estate located formerly in Rajputana (today Rajasthan), created by the division of the Estate of ... * Amber * Ambliara: Formerly in the Western India States Agency, the state represented ... * Amet: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Udaipur, conferred in the 16th century by ... * Amethi: A Taluqdar in today's Uttar Pradesh ... * Amla: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Gwalior ... * Amliyara * Anandpur: Formerly with the Eastern Kathiawar Agency of the Western India States Agency, this state was a Taluka consisting of ... * Antervelia: under development * Arcot: Arcot, sometimes named Carnatic, is a town located in modern Tamil Nadu in India, near Madras. Capital city of a state ruled since the end of the 17th century by the Nawabs ... * Asop: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur ... * Asrauli: An estate located formerly in the District of Bulandshahr ... * Assam: Today one of the 25 States of the Republic of India, Assam was the region of the Kings of Kamarupa who were overruled in 1228 by the Shan Ahom or Asom Kings of Assam ... * Athgarh: A state founded in the 14th century. Formerly in the Eastern States Agency, the state represented ... * Athmalik: A state recognized in 1874. Formerly in the Eastern States Agency, the state represented ... * Aundh: A state founded in 1690 as a Jagir granted by Satara. Formerly in Deccan, the state represented ... * Auwa: A Thikana founded in 1705, confiscated later and restored in 1868, located formerly in the https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 Like Page Play Rummy Win Cash rummycircle.com Play rummy online at India's largest rummy site. Win Lakhs in free cash prizes! 134 people like this. Spice Mobiles Spice Pinnacle FHD The visual magic of Spice Pinnacle FHD at a very special price! Click here to know more! Like · 533,531 people like Spice Mobiles. New Collection: 499 shoes yepme.com Wide Range of Shoes for Men, Buy Casual, Formal & Sports Shoes @ Rs.499 only. 3,821,198 people like this. Senior Citizens Policy religarehealthinsurance.com Medical insurance for your Parents.Get Yearly Checkups, Auto recharge. Buy Now. Facebook © 2013 English (US) · Privacy · Terms · Cookies · More 1/10
  2. 2. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur State of Jodhpur ... * Avadh * Avuku: In 1473, the King of Vijanayagar appointed Bukka as Raja of Avuku ... * Awadh * Ayadnagar: under development * Ayodhya * Baad: In Rajasthan, one of the three states resulting from the division of the State of Idar, following family feuds ... * Badnore: Rao Jaimal was granted the Jagir of Badnore in 1554 by the Maharana of Mewar for ... * Bagar * Baghal: A state founded before 1640, occupied by Nepal between 1803 and 1815 ... * Baghat: A state founded very early, temporarily annexed by the British between 1839 and 1842 and between 1849 and 1860. In the Simla Hills, the state represented ... * Bagrian: An estate held since 1754 by the spiritual guides of the Sikh Ruling Princes and of the Sikhs in Malva. The estate consisted of ... * Bajranggarh: A small state in the district of Gwalior .... * Balasinor: Today in Gujarat, Balasinor is a 490 km2 state that separated from Junagadh in the first half of the 18th century ... * Balrampur: The biggest Taluqdar in Oudh. The estate represented ... * Balsan: A state occupied by Nepal between 1803 and 1815. The state represented ... * Bamra: A state founded before 1640, occupied by Nepal between 1803 and 1815 ... * Bandanwara: An estate located formerly in Rajputana (today Rajasthan), whose division gave rise to of the Estate of Amargarh ... * Bandh * Banganapalle: A state separated from Mysore in 1790, nominally annexed by Hyderabad under British administration from 1831 until 1848. Represented ... * Bania Mau: In the Sitapur District of Oudh, today in the Sitapur District of Uttar Pradesh ... * Bansda: In Gujarat, the state represented ... * Bansi: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Udaipur, conferred in 1667 by ... * Bansya: A Thikana founded in the 19th century, located formerly in the State of Jodhpur ... * Banswara: Rawal Udai Singh of Bagar was killed at the battle of Khanua in 1527, fighting for Mewar against Moghul Emperor Babur. His territory was thereafter divided between ... * Bantwa: Formerly in Kathiawar in the Western India States Agency, the state represented ... * Baoni: A state founded c1800. Formerly in Central India, the state represented ... * Bar: An estate in Jodhpur ... * Bara Barkhera: An estate located formerly in the Malwa Agency in Central India ... * Baramba: A state founded in 1305. In Orissa, the state represented ... * Baraundha: A state founded before 1549 ... * Barddhaman * Bardia (Gorakh): A Thikana located formerly in the State of Gwalior ... * Bardia (Barnagar): A Thikana located formerly in the State of Gwalior, granted in 1737 by Emperor ... * Baria: In Gujarat, the state represented ... * Barli: An estate located formerly in the District of Ajmer in Rajasthan, consisting of ... * Barmawal: under development * Baroda: Maratha state in Gujarat, India, founded by Pilaji Gaekwar who conquered Songur in 1719 and Baroda in 1730 ... * Barwala: Formerly in the Western India States Agency, the state, a Taluka, represented ... * Barwani: A state founded before 1500, with British administration between 1861 and 1873. The state represented ... * Bashahr: A state founded in the 17th century, occupied by Nepal from 1803 until 1815. The state represented ... * Basoda: A vassal state of Gwalior, founded in 1753 ... * Bastar: A state founded in the 15th century. The state represented ... * Baudh: A state founded in 1874. In Orissa, the state represented ... * Bavda: An estate in today's Maharashtra ... * Bednur: The first ruler of Bednur was appointed by the State of Vijanayagar in 1560 ... * Benares: The Kingdom of Kasi or Benares was founded by Khsetravridha, son of Ayus, of the Somavansa dynasty of Pratishthana. It lost independance in 1194 and was ceded by the ... * Berar * Beri: A state in Central India. The state represented ... * Bhadarwa: A state founded in 1483. The state represented ... * Bhajji: The two States of Bhajji and Koti were founded by the younger brothers of the Raja of Kutlehar before 1800 ... * Bhanipur: A state in today's West Bengal ... * Bharatpur: At the end of the 17th century, Jat Baija, Zemindar of the village of Sansani took advantage of the weakness of the Sultanate of Delhi to enlarge his territory. His sons ... * Bharwain * Bhavnagar: The city of Bhavnagar was founded in 1722 by Bhav Singh, a descendant of Sejakji, https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 2/10
  3. 3. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur Chief of the Gohil Rajputs who settled in the Bhavnagar region c1200 ... * Bhawad: A Pargana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, founded in 1798 ... * Bheemili * Bheemunipatnam * Bhima Nagar * Bhimunipattanam * Bhopal: The State of Bhopal was founded c1707 by Afghan Dost Muhammad Khan who was appointed Governor of Bhairsa by Moghul Emperor Muhyi ud Din Aurangzib Alamgir I in 1690 ... * Bhor: Formerly in Deccan, a state founded in 1697, represented ... * Bidwal: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Dhar in Central India ... * Bihat: Formerly in Central India, the state represented ... * Bija: A state founded before 1803, occupied by Nepal from 1803 until 1815. The state represented ... * Bijawar: A state founded in 1769 by the Bandela dynasty of Ajaigarh and located in today's Madhya Pradesh. Formerly in Central India, the state represented ... * Bikaner: A state in Northern Rajasthan founded in 1458 or 1465 by a prince of the Marwar or Jodhpur dynasty. Formerly in Rajputana, the state represented ... * Bilaigarh & Katgi: An estate located formerly in the District of Raipur in the Central Provinces ... * Bilara: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur ... * Bilaspur: A state founded c900 and called initially Kahlur. In Simla Hills, the state represented ... * Bilbari: The smallest state of India ... * Bilhira: A Jagirdar in the District of Saugor (today Sagar) in Madhya Pradesh, consisting of ... * Bimlipatam * Bimlipatnam: A Zamindar estate, today a town, a municipality and mandal headquarters in Visakhapatnam District in the State of Andhra Pradesh ... * Bissau: A Thikana in the State of Jaipur, founded in 1746 ... * Bithur: Today in Uttar Pradesh ... * Bobbili: An estate located formerly in the District of Vizagapatam ... * Bodokhemidi: The estate represented 850 sq.miles in Ganjam, Orissa ... * Bonai: Formerly in the Eastern States Agency, the state represented ... * Boraj: An estate granted by Emperor Jihangir (1605-1628), located in Ajmer ... * Borasamber: An independent state in medieval times ... * Born: A state in Orissa ... * Bundi, BUNDY: Bundi was founded in 1342 by Rao Devi, a descendant of Rajakandra, last King of Haravati ... for people, places and things Search * Burdwan: A state in Bangla (West Bengal), called today Barddhaman ... * Burwaha: A Jagir Get to Know Yourin the State of Indore, created in 1868 ... located formerly Privacy Settings * Calicut: In the State of Kerala ... share your stuff with You control how you people and 1730 Facebook * Cambay: A state founded inapps onin Gujarat, vassal of the British under the Treaty of Bassein in 1802, today named Khambat. The state represented ... * Cannanore: A state in Kerala, today named More Close Learn Kannur ... * Canodge: A state in today's Uttar Pradesh, spelled today Kannauj or Kanauj. The former capital of the Harshavardhana's and the Pratihara dynasty's empire, Kannauj declined in 1018 ... * Chamba: A 8,099 km2 or 3,127 sq miles state founded c500 and located formerly in Punjab ... * Chandarni: An estate formerly located in the State of Idar ... * Chandawal: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur. The Thikana represented ... * Chanderpore & Padampur: The Zamindari was founded in 1862, formerly in the Samballpur and Bilaspore Districts in the Central Provinces, and represented ... * Chanod: A Thikana located originally in Mewar, then transferred in 1829 to Marwar in the Bali District. The Thikana represented ... * Charkhari: A state founded in 1765, today in Uttar Pradesh. The state represented ... * Chhaliar: In Gujarat, the state represented ... * Chhatarpur: A state founded in 1785. Formerly in Central India, the state represented ... * Chhota Udaipur: The ruling family of Chohan Rajputs, driven south by the Moslems in 1244, took possession at Champaner. Here they were defeated by Sultan Mahmud Begarha of Gujarat ... * Chhuikhadan: A state founded before 1750. On the fall of Nagpur, the state came to the British by right of succession and restored to the family in 1865 ... * Chomu: A state located formerly in the State of Jaipur ... * Cochin: A port and important kingdom, created in antique times, in the 15th century on the Malabar Coast when visited by Portuguese explorer Vasco de Gama ... * Cooch Behar: At the beginning of the 16th century, the Hindu ruler of Bhutan was expelled by the religious leader of Tibet and conquered part of Assam to found in 1511 what is now Koch Bihar ... * Coorg: The name Coorg is an English corruption of Kodagu, which in turn is derived from probably from Kudu meaning steep or hilly ... * Cossimbazar: A Zamindari in Bengal ... * Cutch: The sprawling clan of Jadeja derives its name from Jam Jado, a Samma chieftain in southern Sind until his demise in the middle of the 12th century ... * Danta: A 899 km2 state located in north Gujarat, with a population of 26,172 in 1931 ... * Darbhanga: The Raj started with the grant by Emperor Akbar of the Principality of Tirhut in the 16th https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 1 Home Find Friends Ravi Naid 3/10
  4. 4. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur century. The dynasty were the original settlers of the village of Bhour and shifted later ... * Darkoti: A state occupied by Nepal from 1803 until 1815 ... * Dared * Daspalla: A state founded before 1750. Formerly in the Eastern States agency, the state represented ... * Dasphan: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur ... * Datia: A state founded in 1626, today in Madhya Pradesh ... * Daulatpur: An estate founded in the 17th century, a vassal of the State of Bhopal since 1818 ... * Davad: The estate was located formerly in the State of Idar. The estate represented ... * Dedhrota: A Taluka, vassal of Baroda, located formerly in the South Kathiawar Agency in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Deogarh: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Udaipur ... * Dewan: A state located formerly in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The members of this dynasty were practically hereditary prime ministers of Jammu and Kashmir since ... * Dewas Senior: In 1728, the Peshwa (hereditary Prime Minister) of Satara in Central India gave what was the State of Dewas to the two brothers Tukaji and Sivaji Puar, who ruled jointly ... Chat * Dewas Junior * Dhami: A state located in the Simla Hills of Punjab. The state represented ... * Dhar: A 4,617 km2 state with a population of 243,521 in 1931, located formerly in Central India ... * Dharampur: A 704 sq.miles state with a population of 112,031 in 1931, in Gujarat ... * Dharsikhera: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Dhar, totally independent before 1818 when the Thikana was handed over to the State of Dhar. The state represented ... * Dhenkanal: A state located in Orissa, formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Dholpur: The present dynasty, claiming descent from the Moon, received Dholpur from Gwalior, against their former territory ceded to Gwalior. Bharatpur annexed Dholpur in 1761 ... * Dhrangadhra: A 3,023 km2 state with a population of 88,961 in 1931, in Gujarat ... * Dhrol: A state formerly in Central India, today in Gujarat. The state represented ... * Dowlatgadh: A Jagir located formerly in the State of Idar ... * Dungarpur: The rulers of Dungarpur claim descent from the Rajput house of Mewar (see Udaipur). Towards the end of the 12th century, Samant Singh, the eldest son of the ruler of Mewar ... * Edar * Faridkot: Kapura, descendant of Jaisal, founder of the principality of Jaisalmer in 1155, founded in 1643 the principality of Kot Kapura which, in 1763, split into two states ... * Farrukhabad: A state in Uttar Pradesh ... * Gad Boriad: A state located in Gujarat. The state represented ... * Gandai Pandaria: A Taluqdar located formerly in the District of Drug, represented ... * Gangpur: Formerly in the Eastern States Agency, the state represented ... * Gangwal: In 1964, the grandson of the Raja of Gangwal, adopted by the Maharaja of Balrampur, succeeded him ... * Garh Jaipur * Garha Mandala: under development * Garrauli: A state located formerly in Bundelkhand, Central India. The state represented ... * Geejgarh: An estate located formerly in the State of Jaipur ... * Ghanerao: A Thikana transferred in 1772 from the State of Udaipur to the State of Jodhpur. The estate represented ... * Ghodasar: A state located formerly in Western India. The state represented ... * Goa: under development * Gohad * Gondal: Formerly in Kathiawar in the Western India States Agency, today in Gujarat, a 1,024 sq.miles state with a population of 205,846 in 1931 ... * Gundoj: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, founded in 1765. The Thikana represented ... * Gwalior: In 1738, Maratha Ranoji Scindia conquered Gwalior. The state represented ... * Habsan * Haldia: An estate located formerly in the District of Puri in Orissa. The state represented ... * Hansi: A state in Haryana ... * Hapa: A Taluka located formerly in the Saber Kantha Agency in Kathiawar in Western India. The state represented ... * Haripur Bartaraf: An estate founded in the beginning of the 18th century located in the District of Dinajpur in Bengal ... * Hemgir: An estate located formerly in the State of Gangpur. The estate represented ... * Hindol: A state located in Orissa. The state represented ... * Hyderabad: In 1724, the Moghul Viceroy Qamar ud Din Nizam ul Mulk Asaf Jah established himself as virtually independant ruler at Hyderabad, which became the capital of ... * Ichalkaranji: A state located formerly in the Southern Marhatta Country ... * Idar: The ruling family of Idar is a branch of the ruling family of Jodhpur. Around 300 years ago, Anandsinghji and Raisinghji, the younger brothers of the Maharaja of Jodhpur ... * Idol: A state located formerly in the Sabar Kantha Agency in the Western India States Agency. The https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 4/10
  5. 5. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur state represented ... * Ilol * Indore: In 1728, the Maratha Peshwa of Poona (today Pune) granted what is now the Indore State to Malhar Rao Holkar, a cavalry commander in his service ... * Isarda * Jaipur: Formerly known as the State of Amber, the present Kashwaha dynasty claims descent from god Parmatma, ancester of the sun, and from Kush, one of the sons of Rama, King of Ayodhya ... * Jaipur (Manbhum): The Zamindari of Garh Jaipur, also known as the Jaipur Raj Estate, in the District of Manbhum ... * Jaisalmer: A 41,601 km2 state founded in 1155, located formerly in Rajputana ... * Jambughoda: A state located in Gujarat, signed a treaty with the British in 1839. The state represented ... * Jamkhandi: A state in Karnataka. The state represented ... * Jammu & Kashmir: In 1339, the local ruler of this Himalayan region was replaced by a muslim ruler who converted Kashmir to Islam. Several muslim dynasties ruled Kashmir, from 1587 under the Moghul empire ... * Jamnagar * Jamnia: A Bhumidar with 5 villages in the State of Gwalior, 1 village in the State of Dhar, 1 village in the State of Indore, guaranteed by the British and under the control of the Malwa Agency in Indore ... * Janjira: Also known as Habsan State because of the Abyssinian origin of the dynasty who settled in India in the 15th century in the army of the Bahmani Kingdom in Deccan ... * Jaora: Formerly in Central India, today in Madhya Pradesh, the state represented ... * Jarasingha: An estate located formerly in the State of Patna in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Jasdan: The Kathi dynasty was known at the time of Greek King Alexander in Punjab and came to Kathiawar in the 8th century. They conquered Jasdan and other territories in 1400 ... * Jashpur: A tributary state transferred from Bengal to the Eastern States Agency in 1905 ... * Jath: The ruling family is Maratha Chavans, descendants of Lakhmajirao Yeldojirao Chavan, Patil of Daflepur. He entered the service of King 'Ali Adil Shah of Bijapur ... * Jawas: An estate located formerly in the State of Udaipur ... * Jawhar: Founded in the 14th century by Jayaba Mukne, the state extended in the 16th century until it was conquered by the Portuguese in 1641. The state represented ... * Jehangirabad: A state located formerly in the District of Barabanki in Oudh ... * Jhabua: A state formerly in Central India, today in Madhya Pradesh. The state represented ... * Jhalai * Jhalawar: In 1838, part of Kotah was given by the British as Jhalawar to Maddan Singh, prime minister of the Maharao of Kotah ... * Jhalda: A Zamindari created by Umed Singh, Maharaja of Dharanagar for the son of the Maharani, born in the jungle and guarded by the Maharaja's General, Banbir Singh ... * Jind: A 3,364 km2 state with a population of 324,676 in 1931, located formerly in Punjab and today in Haryana ... * Jobat: A state located formerly in the Malwa Agency in Central India. The state represented ... * Jodhpur: Rao Jodha, a descendant of the Kings of Kanauj, founded in 1459 the principality of Jodhpur, sometime called Marwar, in Rajasthan. A treaty with the British was ... * Jubbal: The Jubbal State had an area of 710 km2 with a population of 29,802 in 1941 ... * Jullundur * JunagaDh, JUNAGARH: Shir Behi conquered Junargarh from Emperor Akbar I who had previously annexed it ... * Kachhi Baroda: An estate located formerly in the Central India States Agency ... * Kadoli: A Taluka located formerly in Western India. The state represented ... * Kahlur * Kakarwa: An estate located formerly in the State of Udaipur ... * Kalahandi: Kalahandi started as an independent state but became vassal to Nagpur as a Tributary Chieftainship. When Nagpur became dependent on the British in 1853, Kalahandi ... * Kalsia: A state located in Punjab. The state represented ... * Kanauj * Kangra: A state founded before the 4th century BC in the Katoch dynasty when Macedonian King Alexander the Great visited Punjab in 326BC ... * Kannauj * Kannur * Kanore: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Udaipur ... * Kantaliya: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, consisting of ... * Kapurthala: A 1,551 km2 state located in Punjab, with a population of 316,757 in 1931... * Karauli: A state formerly in Rajputana and today in Rajasthan. The state represented ... * Karnatik * Kartakhsha: A Jagir in the District of Ladakh in Kashmir ... * Kasganj: An estate located formerly in the District of Etah ... * Kashipur: A state in Uttar Pradesh ... * Kasimbazar https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 5/10
  6. 6. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur * KASHMIR * Kasmanda: A Raj founded by Bai Rajputs in 1628 in the District of Sitapur in Oudh ... * Kathiwada: A 181 m2 state today in Madhya Pradesh ... * Kathodia: A Thikana granted by Emperor Akbar (1556-1605), located formerly in the State of Dhar. The estate represented ... * Kaudia: An estate located formerly in the District of Raipur in the Central Provinces ... * Kawardha: A state located on the north-west corner of the Chattisgarh plain, formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Keonjhar: A state located in Orissa, formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Kera: An estate located formerly in the District of Singhbhum in Bihar ... * Khairagarh: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Khallikote, Atagada and Biridi: An estate located formerly in the District of Ganjam in Orissa. The estate represented ... * Khambat * Khandela: A state in Jaipur, Rajasthan ... * Khandpara: A state located in Orissa, formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Khapalu: A Sultanate on the Kashmir frontier conquered by the Maharaja of Jammu who conferred to the ruler the title of Raja ... * Kharigarh: In the Kheri District of Oudh ... * Kharsawan: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Khatoli: A Chiefship created in 1573 for Maharaja Amar Singh, second son of Gaj Singh, Maharaja of Indargarh by Moghul Emperor Aurangzeb ... * Khedawada: A Taluka located formerly in the Sabar Kantha Agency in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Khilchipur: A 707 km2 state with a population of 45,583 in 1931 ... * Khirasra: A state located in Western Kathiawar, formerly in Western India. The state represented ... * Khod: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, transferred from the State of Udaipur in 1643. The estate represented ... * Khurda: A state in Orissa ... * Kishangarh: The state was founded in 1611 by a prince of the ruling family of Jodhpur ... * Koch Bihar * Kochi * Kolaba: Kolaba became independent from Satara in 1698, conquered by Maratha chief Kanoji Angria ... * Kolhapur: Kolhapur is a town in the south-western Deccan in India and was ruled by a grandson of Raja Shivaji I of Satara, from 1731, separated from Satara * Korba: An estate named after the hilly Korwa tribe, on the top of the Karala Hills near Madanpur, located formerly in the District of Bilaspur in the Central Provinces. The estate represented ... * Korea: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Koriya * Korwai: A state in today's Madhya Pradesh ... * Kotah: The 6th largest state in Rajasthan, formerly Rajputana, today named Kota. The state represented ... * Kotharia: An estate located formerly in the State of Udaipur, consisting of 86 villages ... * Koti: The two States of Bhajji and Koti were founded by the younger brothers of the Raja of Kutlehar before 1800 ... * Kot Kapura * Kotwara: A Raj established by Rajas Gopal Singh and Saroop Singh c200 BC. The capital city was Deobunder and Anhalwara Patan, a center for world trade, and the family ruled ... * Kozhikode * Kuchaman: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, founded in 1724. The Thikana represented ... * Kurki: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, founded in 1817. The estate represented ... * Kurundwad Senior: The principality of Kurundvad was founded in 1733 by Trimbakrao Appasaheb I, one of the six sons of Brahmhibhoot Shri Haribhattajibawa Patwardhan, from the priestly class of ... * Kurundwad Junior * Kurupam: An estate located formerly in the District of Vizagapatam (today Visakhapatnam), formerly in the Madras Presidency. The estate represented ... * Kushalgarh: A state located in formerly in Rajputana (today Rajasthan). The state represented ... * Kutch * Kuthar: A state located in the Simla Hills in Punjab. The state represented ... * Kutlehar: The Royal Family of Kutlehar traces its origin to Gopal, who was chosen by the people of Bengal as their ruler, in the year 750 AD ... * Ladakh: A state founded c900 by a Tibetan dynasty ... * Lahore: Today a city and district in Pakistan, Lahore was the seat of a kingdom founded by Sikh Ranjit Singh, expelling the Durrani rulers of Afghanistan from Punjab in 1799 ... * Lakhna: An estate located in the Etawah District in Uttar Pradesh, founded at the end of the 18th https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 6/10
  7. 7. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur century. The estate represented ... * Lathi: A state located formerly in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Likhi: A Taluka located formerly in the Saber Kantha Agency in Kathiawar in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Limbdi: A state in Gujarat. The state represented ... * Loharu: A state founded by the son of a commander of the Moghul Army. The dynasty moved to Delhi in the middle of the 18th century and served in the court of King Shah Alam of Delhi ... * LunaVada, LUNAWADA: A state in Gujarat, named Lunavada today. Represented ... * Madanpur Rampur: An estate located in Orissa, formerly in the Kalahandi State in the Eastern States Agency. The estate represented ... * Madurai: A state in Tamil Nadu, ruled by Nayak kings from 1559 until 1736 ... * Mahmudabad: In the State of Oudh ... * Maihar: A state in Madhya Pradesh, formerly in Central India. The state represented ... * Mainpuri: An estate in the District of Mainpuri in the United Provinces (today Uttar Pradesh). The Tindauli estate was separated from Mainpuri for a scion of the family ... * Maisuru * Malerkotla: A state in Punjab. Represented ... * Malpur: Founded in the middle of the 15th century, this state was located formerly in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Manda: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur ... * Mandwa: A state located in Gujarat. The state signed a treaty with the British on 3/4/1820. The state represented ... * Mandi: Formerly part of the Kingdom of Suket in Rajasthan, the dynasty goes back to c765. In c1100, Vijya Sen had two sons, Sahu Sen who ruled over Suket and Bahu Sen who ruled ... * Mandwa * Manipur: A kingdom founded in the early years of the Christian era ... * Marwar * Maswadia: A Thikana founded in 1773 and located formerly in Central India. The Thikana represented ... * Mayurbhanj: A 10,989 km2 state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency and today in Orissa ... * Mewar * Miraj Senior: A state located formerly in Deccan. The state represented ... * Miraj Junior: A state located formerly in Deccan. The state represented ... * Mohi: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Udaipur, conferred in the 17th century by the Maharana of Mewar (Udaipur) ... * Mohrra: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, an offshoot of the Thikana of Nimaj ... * Morbi * Morvi: A state formerly in the Western India States Agency and today in Gujarat. Represented ... * Mudhol: One of the oldest Mahratta states formerly in Deccan and today in Karnataka. The state represented ... * Murshidabad: A state in West Bengal ... * Mysore: Initially vassals of the Hindu Vijayanagar Empire, the founders of the Wadiyar dynasty, the two brothers Vijaya and Krishna settled themselves in two fortresses of the Hadana region ... * Nabha: Claiming descent from Jaisal, founder of the State of Jaisalmer in 1155, the founder of this Sikh dynasty, Phul, was Khaudhri (Governor) of a country located at the south east of Dihli ... * Nagarkot * Nagod: A 501.4 sq miles state, formerly in Central India ... * Nagola: A Thikana located formerly in the District of Ajmer in Rajasthan ... * Nagpur: A state in Maharahstra ... * Nalagarh: A state located in the Simla Hills, founded as the Kingdom of Hindur in 1100. The state represented ... * Nancowrie, Nancowry: The Nancowrie or Nancowry islands include the Katchall, Trinkat, Tarasa (Teressa), Chowra and Pillowmillow islands. The kingship belongs to Muslim queens over a predominantly Christian population * Nanpara: An estate located in Uttar Pradesh ... * Narayanpet: A state in Andhra Pradesh ... * Narsingarh: A state formerly in Central India and today in Madhya Pradesh. Represented ... * Narsingpur: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Narwar: An estate located formerly in Central India ... * Naswadi: A state located in Saukheda Mewas in Gujarat. The state came into relations with the British in 1825. The state represented ... * Nawanagar: A 9,362 km2 state, the motherland of Mahatma Gandhi. Today named Jamnagar. Formerly in Kathiawar, in the Western India States Agency, the state represented ... * Nayagarh: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Netramali: An estate located formerly in the State of Idar. The estate represented ... * Nilgiri: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Nimkhera: An independent guaranteed estate formerly in the Malwa Agency in Indore, in the Vindhya Range (today in Madhya Pradesh), bordered in the northeast by the State of Dhar ... https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 7/10
  8. 8. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur * Norari: A Jagir in the Cawnpore (today Kanpur) District in today's Uttar Pradesh, given by the Gwalior State in lieu of a Jagir granted by the Sultan of Delhi and confiscated by ... * Orchha: Formerly in Central India. The state represented ... * Oudh: Avadh or Oudh, formerly and today Ayodhya, is a region in northern India, in the modern State of Uttar Pradesh. It was a province of the Moghul Empire whose Nawab ... * Pal: An estate in Jodhpur ... * Palanpur: The present dynasty settled in Bihar in the 12th century, from Afghanistan, then captured Jhalor in the 14th century. In the 16th century, Emperor Akbar gave Palanpur ... * Palasni: A state located in Rewa Kantha in Gujarat. The state represented ... * Palitana: This 777 km2 state was located formerly in Kathiawar in the Western India States Agency, today in Gujarat ... * Pal Lahara: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Pancher: An estate given by the Raja of Ratlam before 1658 in recognition to the contribution of the first Thakur to the foundation of the Ratlam State ... * Pandaria: The premier Zamindari of the Bilaspur District in the Central Provinces ... * Panna: One of the states founded by a descendant of Chattersal, Head of the Bandelas. Included Kalinjar until it was annexed by the Chowbey dynasty and by the British later ... * Paralakhemundi: A state in the Gajapati District of Orissa since 2/10/1992, formerly in the Gajam District. The dynasty descended from the historic dynasty of the Gajapati kings ... * Parla Kimedi * Partabgarh: A 2,303 km2 state located formerly in Rajputana ... * Pataudi: A 137 km2 state located in Punjab, in today's Haryana ... * Patiala: Claiming descent from Jaisal, founder of the state of Jaisalmer in 1155, the founder of this Sikh dynasty, Phul, was Khaudhri (Governor) of a country located at the south east of Dihli ... * Patna: The State of Patna was founded in the 12th century by Ramai Deo, from the illustrious Chauhan family. The rulers have always enjoyed the title of Maharaja ... * Patodi: A state located formerly in the Pargana Pachpadra in the State of Jodhpur ... * Payagpur: In the Bahraich District of Oudh ... * Peelwa: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur. Initially the Thikana was the Jagir of Pali since 1659 and was exchanged against Kantalya ... * Pethapur: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Phaltan: A state located formerly in the District of Satara in the Bombay Presidency, today in Maharashtra. The state represented ... * Pindarda: An estate on the Sabarmati River in Gujarat with an area of 5 sq.miles and a population of 651, formerly subject to the Baroda government ... * Pirpur: A Taluqdari in the Fyzabad District in the United Provinces ... * Pithapuram * Piwari: In the District of Etah in the United Provinces ... * Pokaran: The estate represented 850 sq.miles ... * POONCH: A hilly state located near Kashmir. The state represented ... * Porahat: A state in today's Jharkhand State ... * Porbandar: This dynasty descends from the clan of the Jethwa Rajputs, the earliest settlers of West India ... * Pratapgarh: In the Pratapgarh District of Oudh ... * Pudukottai: A 3,054 km2 state located formerly in South India ... * Punadra: A state located formerly in the Sabar Kantha Agency in Western India. The state represented ... * PUNCH * Pundri: A state in today's Haryana, spelled sometime Pundry. A state existing in the beginning of the 19th century ... * Punjab * Puri * Radhan * Radhanpur: A state located formerly in the Western India States Agency and today in Gujarat. The state represented ... * Raghogarh: A Thikana formerly in the Gwalior Agency, today in Madhya Pradesh ... * Raigarh: A state located formerly in the Chhatisgarh States Agency of the Eastern States. The state represented ... * Raipur: A state in Chhattisgarh ... * Rairakhol: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Rajgarh: A state located formerly in Central India and today in Rajasthan ... * Rajkot: A state founded in the 17th century by Jadeja Vibhaji, a Nawanagar prince ... * Rajnandgaon: A state in Chhattisgarh ... * Rajpipla: This 3,929 km2 state was incorporated into the State of Gujarat in 1948 ... * Rajpur: In the District of Sambalpur in Orissa, an estate given by the 4th Raja of Sambalpur ... * Rakhi: An estate located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, founded in 1803 ... * Ramanathapuram: A state in Tamil Nadu ... * Ramas: A state located formerly in the Mahikantha Agency in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 8/10
  9. 9. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur * Ramdrug: A state located formerly in the Deccan States Agency of the Bombay Presidency. The state represented ... * Ramgarh: In the District of Hazaribag in Bihar, a Raj founded in 1368. Annexed Sirampur ... * Ramnad * RAMPUR: The first Nawab of Rampur was installed in Rohilkhand by the Moghul Emperor. The Nawabs of Rampur have founded in 1774 the Rampur Raza Library ... * Rampur (Orissa): A Zamindari in the District of Sambalpur in Orissa, with 100 villages. The main place is Rampur Garh, dedicated to Goddess Ramchandi and to a pilgrimage during the Ramnarain festival ... * Ranasan: A state located formerly in the Sabar Kantha Agency of the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Ras: In Rajasthan ... * Ratanmal: A state located formerly in Central India. The state represented ... * Ratlam: A 1,795 km2 state founded before 1658 and located formerly in the Malwa Agency of the Central India States Agency ... * Rewa: A 33,670 km2 state located formerly in Central India ... * Rijhhoni: An estate founded by a scion of the dynasty of Karauli, in the Dholpur State in the Thikana Khairla in Gwalior ... * Riyan: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jodhpur, initially a grant by Emperor Akbar of 72 villages in 1597 ... * Rohet: An estate in the Pali District, formerly in the State of Jodhpur ... * Sabalwad: A state in today's Gujarat ... * Sachin: In Gujarat, the state represented 49 sq.miles and a population of 22,107 in 1931 ... * Sahaspur Bilari: Sahaspur Bilari was the largest Kayasth Zamindari in Moradabad and Badaun districts of Uttar Pradesh ... * Sahaspur Lohara: In the Drug District, the estate represented ... * Sailana: A 769 km2 state located formerly in Central India ... * Sakhin * Salumbar: A Thikana founded in the State of Udaipur by the descendants of a heir of the State of Mewar (later Udaipur) ... * Samode: A very old and one of the premier Jagirs of the State of Jaipur ... * Samthar: The state was founded in the 18th century by Raja Naune Shah Bargujar and signed a treaty with the British in 1817 ... * Sanderao: A first class Jagir in the State of Marwar Jaipur, founded in 1637, after defeating the original inhabitants who were the Bhalia clan of Rajputs ... * Sandur: Formerly in the Madras State Agency, the state represented 167 sq.miles and a population of 13,583 in 1931 ... * Sangli: The state represented ... * Sanor: A state located formerly in the Sankheda Mewas in the Rewakhanda Agency in Gujarat. The state came into relations with the British in 1825 ... * Sant: The state of Sant was founded in the 13th century by Parmer or Paur Rajput coming from Dar and then from Jhalod ... * Saraikaila: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Sarangarh: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Sarangi: A Thikana located formerly in the State of Jhabua in Central India. The Thikana represented ... * Sarila: A state located formerly in the the Bundelkhand Agency in Central India. The state represented ... * Satara: A state in Maharashtra, founded in the 17th century by Mahratta chief Shivaji Bhonsle, brother of Venkoji, 1st Raja of Tanjavur and alleged descendant of the Udaipur family ... * Savanur: A state in Deccan, today in Karnataka, consisting of ... * Savantvadi, Sawantwadi: A state given by the Maratha to Khem I Sawant in 1707. The state represented ... * Sayla: Formerly in Kathiawar, the state represented ... * Seraikela * Seth: An estate located formerly in the State of Gwalior, founded in the 18th century ... * Shahpura: A state located formerly in Rajputana and today in Rajasthan. The state represented ... * Sheorati: A Thikana founded in the beginning of the 18th century by a scion of the ruling family of Mewar Udaipur ... * Shihor * Shikarpur: In the Meerut Division in the United Provinces. The estate consisted of ... * Shorapur: A state in Karnataka ... * Sihora: A state located in Gujarat. The state signed a treaty with the British in 1825. The state represented ... * Sikh * Sikkim: During the mid-16th century, the Red Lamas of Tibet introduced Budhism to this Himalayan state and appointed Phuntshog Namgyal as Chogyal (spiritual and temporal ruler) ... * Sirguja: A state located formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Sirmur: A state founded in 1095 by a branch of the Jaisalmer ruling dynasty ... https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 9/10
  10. 10. 12/18/13 (1) THE PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC... - History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur * Sirohi: A state founded in 1206, by a descendant of Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan, the last Hindu Emperor of India ... * Sitamau: The state represented ... * Sohangarh: A 30 sq.miles estate in Punjab ... * Sonepur: The present dynasty took over Sonepur in the 10th century from Trikalinga Gupta of the Trikalinga country of South Kosala ... * Soor: A Jagir created by Shivsinghji, 2nd Maharaja of Idar for his 5th son Maharaj Indarsinghji ... * Suket: Formerly in Punjab, today in Rajasthan, the state represented ... * Surajpur: An estate in the District of Aligarh in the United Provinces ... * Surangi: An estate in Orissa ... * Surat: A state in Gujarat ... * Surguja * Surila: under development * Surmal: An estate founded in the 16th century, located formerly in the District of Raipur, representing ... * Talcher: A state located in Orissa, formerly in the Eastern States Agency. The state represented ... * Tanjavur: Shahaji Raje Bhonsle, common ancestor to the Rajas of Satara, Kolhapur and Tanjavur, entered the service of the Muslim Kings of Bijapur. He rose to high rank in their service ... * Tanjore * Tantoti: An estate located formerly in the District of Ajmer ... * Tarla: A Zamindari in the District of Vizagapatnam in the Madras Presidency ... * Tehri Garhwal: A 11,655 km2 state located in today's Uttarakhand (formerly Uttaranchal), called Tehri today. The population was ... * Thakurtola: An estate in the Drug District of the Central Provinces ... * Thanjavur * Thevaram: Thevaram was a small vassal state under King Thirumalai Nayakkar of Madurai and became independent ... * Tindauli: An estate separated from the Raj of Mainpuri ... * Tonk: This state was founded at the end of the 19th century by Pathan predatory leader Amir Khan, companion in arms of Jaswant Rao Holkar ... * Travancore: Travancore or Tiruvarankodu, in Southern Kerala. The first rulers known c731 descended from the Kings of Cher ... * Trigartha * Tripura: A very old kingdom whose dynasty descends from King Jajati of the Lunar race ... * Udaipur: The most ancient Rajput State, founded by the Guhila clan in the 8th century AD, the ruler being known as the Rawal of Mewar. The Rawals of Mewar resisted against the ... * Udepur: The kingdom was founded in Chittoor in the 8th century and, after Emperor Akbar destroyed Chittoor in 1580, a new capital city was created with the name of Udepur ... * Ujjain * Vadagam: A state located formerly in the Sabar Kantha Agency in Western India. The state represented ... * Vadia: A state located formerly in the Western India States Agency. The state represented ... * Valasna: A state located formerly in the Sabar Kantha Agency in Western India. The state represented ... * Varanasi * Venkatagiri: A state in Andhra Pradesh ... * Vijayanagar: A state named today Vijainagar. The state represented ... * Vizianagram: There is also a Zamindari named Vizianagram Junior with a 13-gun salute and ... * Wadagam * Wadhwan: A state in Gujarat. The state represented ... * Wadi: An estate located in Deccan. The estate represented ... * Wankaner: The ruling family of Wankaner claims descent from Harpaldevji of Patdi. Sartanji, a grandson of Raj Chandrasinghji of Halvad (1584-1628 AD) lost his kingdom at Halvad to ... Like · Comment · Share 2 History and Facts About Bissau and Jaipur likes this. Write a comment... P ress E nter to post. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=259573930814528&story_fbid=302173849887869 10/10

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