The Cutch Agency was one of the agencies of British India. The appointed Political Agent looked after only one territory, that of the princely state of Cutch, which had a surface of 19,725 square kilometres (7,616 sq mi), not including the Rann of Kutch.
|Agency of British India|
Map of the Cutch Agency area
|19,725 km2 (7,616 sq mi)|
• Formation of the Western India States Agency
The progressive prosperity of Cutch was devastated by the famine of 1899-1900, which was felt everywhere with extreme severity; between 1891 and 1901 the population of the state of Cutch decreased from 558,415 inhabitants in 1891 to 488,022 in 1901, owing to the famine.
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- The Indian and Pakistan Year Book , Volume 23. 1936. p. 172.