|Princely State of British India|
Jashpur State in the Imperial Gazetteer of India
|5,045 km2 (1,948 sq mi)|
After the Independence of India Jashpur State was merged with the princely states of Raigarh, Sakti, Sarangarh and Udaipur to form the Raigarh district of Madhya Pradesh. Now the district of Raigarh is part of Chhattisgarh state.
The area of Jashpur State was ruled by a Dom dynasty at the time of the Mughal Empire. Sujan Rai, a son of the Suryavanshi Raja of Banswada in Rajputana, arrived to the place and saw that the population were not satisfied with their ruler, Raibhan Dom. Sujan led a rebellion, defeated the Dom Raja in battle, and killed him, proclaiming himself king.
The rajas of Jashpur accepted the sovereignty of the Bhonsle dynasty of Nagpur State, paying a tribute of 21 buffalos. Before 1818 the Bhonsle placed Jashpur State under the administration of Surguja State. The state became a British protectorate in 1818.
The rulers of Jashpur State bore the title of 'Raja'.
- .... - c.1813 Raja Ranjit Singh (d. c.1813)
- c.1813 - 1826 ....
- 1826 - 18.. Raja Ram Singh
- 24 Oct 1845 - 1900 Raja Pratap Narayan Singh Deo Bahadur (b. c.1822 - d. 19..)
- Apr 1900 - 1924 Raja Bishan Pratap Singh Deo (b. 1864 - d. 19..)
- 1924 - 1926 Raja Deo Saran Singh Deo
- 8 Feb 1926 - 1982 Raja Vijay Bhushan Singh Deo (b. 1926 - d. 1982)
- 24th Feb 1948--24 Feb 1973 yuvraj Upendra singh judeo
- Raja Ranavijay Pratap Singh Judev, a member of Rajya Sabha is the head of Royal family of Jashpur. He was born in 1969 and has two sons, in which Yuvraj Yash Pratap Singh Judev is the elder one. His younger brother and a prominent Congress leader is Kumar Vikramaaditya Singh Judev.
- Publication by Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics - 1973- Issue 61 - Page 346
- Malleson, G. B.: An historical sketch of the native states of India, London 1875, Reprint Delhi 1984
- Rajput Provinces of India - Jashpur (Princely State)
- Princely States of India A-J