Lakhtar State

During the British Raj period, Lakhtar State, in the present-day Indian state of Gujarat, was a non-salute princely state and was governed by members of a Jhala rajput dynasty.[1]

Lakhtar state was founded in 1604.[2] The rulers ruled with the title of Thakur Sahib.

RulerEdit

  • 1 Thakur Abhaisinhji Chandrasinhji 1604 – 1639
  • 2 Thakur Vajirajji Abhaisinhji 1639 – 1665
  • 3 Thakur Sahib Sheshmalji Vajerajji 1665 – 1696
  • 4 Thakur Sahib Gopalsinhji Sheshmalji 1696 – 1714
  • 5 Thakur Sahib Karansinhji I Gopalsinhji 1714 – 1741
  • 6 Thakur Sahib Abherajji Karansinhji 1741 – 1769
  • 7 Thakur Sahib Raydhanji Abherajji 1769 – 1798
  • 8 Thakur Sahib Sangramji Raydhanji 1798 (Abdicated)
  • 9 Thakur Sahib Chandrasinhji Raydhanji (Brother) 1798 – 1803
  • 10 Thakur Sahib Prithirajji Chandrasinhji 1803 – 1835
  • 11 Thakur Sahib Vajirajji II Prithirajji 1835 – 12 June 1846
  • 12 June 1846 – 8 August 1924 Karansinhji II Vajirajji (1846 – 1924)
  • 13 8 August 1924 – 2 July 1940 Balvirsinhji Karansinhji
  • 14 2 July 1940 – 15 Aug 1947 Indrasinhji Balvirsinhji (1907 – 1990s)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ McLeod, John (1999). Sovereignty, Power, Control: Politics in the States of Western India, 1916-1947. BRILL. pp. 8–9. ISBN 9789004113435.
  2. ^ "Indian states before 1947 K-W".

Coordinates: 22°51′00″N 71°50′00″E / 22.8500°N 71.8333°E / 22.8500; 71.8333