Mewar Residency was a political subdivision of Rajputana Agency in British India. After treaty relations between Mewar and the East India Company commenced in 1818, the British government created a political sub-division known as Mewar Agency with its headquarters in Nimuch. In 1860–61, the headquarters were moved to Udaipur and, in 1881–82, the designation was changed from 'Agency' to 'Residency.' As of 1908, the Mewar Residency consisted of the four states of Udaipur, Banswara, Dungarpur, and Partabgarh, with headquarters in Udaipur.
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- Later Mewar, by Ramavallabh Somani. Published by Shantidevi Somani, 1985.
- Mewar Residency, by Rajputana (Agency), R.D. Erskine. Published by Vintage Books, 1996. ISBN 81-85326-54-1. Online at Digital Library of India
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