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Paliyad
Pali(y)ad is a town and former non-salute princely state on Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat, western India.Contents1 History 2 Village2.1 Education 2.2 Healthcare 2.3 Temples3 Famous Locals 4 Sources and external linksHistory[edit] The minor princely state in Jhalawar prant
Jhalawar prant
was ruled by Kathi Chieftains. It comprised the town and sixteen other villages and had a combined population of 6,970 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 43,699 Rupees (1903-4, mostly from land) and paid a tribute of 1,213 Rupees, to the British and Junagadh State. Village[edit] The village is located in the district of Gandhinagar, Gujarat, western India. Education[edit] There are primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in the village: Paliyad
Paliyad
Gujarati Shala, Shri paliyad madhyamik and ucchatar madhayamik highschool and Shree sarswati vidhyalaya paliyad Healthcare[edit] The S. J
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Deccan States Agency
The Deccan States Agency, also known as the Deccan States Agency and Kolhapur Residency, was a political agency of British India, managing the relations of the British government of the Bombay Presidency with a collection of princely states[1] and jagirs (feudal 'vassal' estates) in western India.Contents1 History 2 Princely (e)states2.1 States of the former Kolhapur Agency 2.2 Jagirs of the former Kolhapur Agency 2.3 States of the other former colonial agencies3 See also 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] The agency was created 1933 with the merger of the Kolhapur Agency (Kolhapur Residency), Poona Agency, Bijapur Agency, Dharwar Agency and Kolaba Agency. It was composed of a number of princely states and jagirs in Western India, located in the present-day Indian states of Maharashtra and Karnataka, six of which were Salute states
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Mysore Residency
The Kingdom of Mysore
Mysore
was a kingdom in southern India, traditionally believed to have been founded in 1399 in the vicinity of the modern city of Mysore. The kingdom, which was ruled by the Wodeyar
Wodeyar
family, initially served as a vassal state of the Vijayanagara
Vijayanagara
Empire. With the decline of the Vijayanagara Empire
Vijayanagara Empire
(c. 1565), the kingdom became independent
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British Residency
The British Residency
British Residency
(Malayalam: ആശ്രാമം ബ്രിട്ടീഷ് റെസിഡന്‍സി), also known as the Government Guest House or Residency Bungalow, is a two-storeyed palace situated at Asramam
Asramam
in the city of Kollam
Kollam
in the Indian state of Kerala. It lies close to the site of the old Kollam Airport situated at Asramam
Asramam
in the city[1] and was built by Colonel John Munro between 1811–19. It is a noted Kollam
Kollam
landmark like the Chinnakada
Chinnakada
Clock Tower. Architecture and structure[edit] The British residency vali unique symmetry and harmonious blending of variegated artistic features. During the British Raj, the building served as the British Residency
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Kingdom Of Sikkim
The Kingdom of Sikkim
Sikkim
( Classical Tibetan and Sikkimese: འབྲས་ལྗོངས། Drenjong), earlier known as Dremoshong ( Classical Tibetan and Sikkimese: འབྲས་མོ་གཤོངས།, official name until 1800s), was a hereditary monarchy from 1642 to 16 May 1975 in the Eastern Himalayas. It was ruled by Chogyals of the Namgyal dynasty.Contents1 History1.1 Nepalese domination 1.2 British and Indian protectorate 1.3 Annexation by India2 Culture and religion 3 List of Chogyals of Sikkim
Sikkim
(1642–1975) 4 See also 5 References 6 Bibliography 7 External linksHistory[edit] Nepalese domination[edit] In the mid-18th century, Sikkim
Sikkim
was invaded by Nepal
Nepal
(then the Gorkha Kingdom) and was under the Gorkha rule for more than 40 years
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Bagelkhand Agency
The Bagelkhand
Bagelkhand
Agency was a British political unit which managed the relations of the British with a number of autonomous princely states existing outside British India, namely Rewa and eleven minor states, of which the more important were Maihar, Nagod —with its capital at Uuchahara— and Sohawal. The less important states included Jaso State, Kothi, Baraundha, also known as Patharkachhar, as well as the Kalinjar Chaubes
Kalinjar Chaubes
—consisting of the princely estates of Paldeo, Kamta-Rajaula, Taraon, Pahra
Pahra
and Bhaisaunda.[1]Contents1 History 2 Princely States 3 See also 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] The Agency was established in March 1871[2] and was named after the Bagelkhand
Bagelkhand
region
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Baluchistan Agency
The Baluchistan Agency
Baluchistan Agency
(or Balochistan
Balochistan
or Baloochistan
Baloochistan
or British Balochistan) was one of the colonial agencies of British India
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Baroda And Gujarat States Agency
Baroda
Baroda
and Gujarat
Gujarat
States Agency was a political agency of British India, managing the relations of the British government of the Bombay Presidency with a collection of princely states.[1] The political agent, who was also Collector of the British District of the Panchmahal, reside
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Bhopawar Agency
Bhopawar Agency was a sub-agency of the Central India Agency in British India with the headquarters at the town of Bhopawar, so the name. Bhopawar Agency was created in 1882 from a number of princely states in the Western Nimar and Southern Malwa regions of Central India belonging to the former Bhil Agency and Bhil Sub-agency with the capitals at Bhopawar and Manpur.[1] The agency was named after Bhopawar, a village in Sardarpur tehsil, Dhar District of present-day Madhya Pradesh state
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Bundelkhand Agency
The Bundelkhand
Bundelkhand
Agency was a political agency of the British Raj, managing the relations of the British government with the protected princely states of the Bundelkhand
Bundelkhand
region.[1]Contents1 History1.1 Historical background 1.2 Creation of the agency2 Pr
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Central India Agency
The Central India
Central India
Agency was created in 1854, by amalgamating the Western Malwa Agency with other smaller political offices which formerly reported to the Governor-General of India. The agency was overseen by a political agent who maintained British relations with the princely states and influence over them on behalf of the Governor-General
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Eastern States Agency
The Eastern States Agency was a grouping of princely states in eastern India, during the latter years of Britain′s Indian Empire. It was created in 1933, by the unification of the former Chhattisgarh States Agency and the Orissa States Agency; the agencies remained intact within the grouping. In 1936, the Bengal States Agency was added.Contents1 History 2 Princely states of the Eastern States Agency2.1 Orissa States Agency 2.2 Chhattisgarh States Agency 2.3 Bengal States Agency 2.4 Bihar States Agency3 See also 4 References 5 External links and SourcesHistory[edit] See also: Chota Nagpur Tributary States and Orissa Tributary States Since the 19th century the princely states and the tributary states of Orissa and Chhota Nagpur were not part of Bengal, but British relations with them were managed by its government through the Bengal Presidency.[1] The Eastern States Agency was created on 1 April 1933
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India
India, officially the Republic
Republic
of India
India
(IAST: Bhārat Gaṇarājya),[e] is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country (with over 1.2 billion people), and the most populous democracy in the world. It is bounded by the Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal
Bay of Bengal
on the southeast. It shares land borders with Pakistan
Pakistan
to the west;[f] China, Nepal, and Bhutan
Bhutan
to the northeast; and Myanmar
Myanmar
and Bangladesh
Bangladesh
to the east. In the Indian Ocean, India
India
is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
and the Maldives
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Gilgit Agency
The Gilgit
Gilgit
Agency (Urdu: گلگت ایجنسی‬‎), created in 1877 and overseen by a political agent of the Governor-General
Governor-General
of British India, was a political unit of India, which managed the relations of the British with the princely states of Hunza and Nagar.Contents1 Borders and status 2 History2.1 Establishment of the Agency 2.2 1947–19703 See also 4 References 5 Sources and external links5.1 BibliographyBorders and status[edit]Gilgit- Baltistan
Baltistan
as of 2008In 1935, the Gilgit
Gilgit
Agency leased the northern half of the Princely state of Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir
from the Maharaja
Maharaja
of Jammu and Kashmir, Hari Singh, for a period of sixty years, and administered it. The seat of the Agent was at Srinagar
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Gwalior Residency
Gwalior
Gwalior
Residency was a political office in the British Indian Empire, which existed from 1782 until the British withdrawal from India
India
in 1947. The Gwalior
Gwalior
Residency was placed under the Central India
India
Agency in 1854, and separated from it in 1921.Contents1 States under the residency 2 History 3 Population and Geography 4 See also 5 References 6 External linkStates under the residency[edit] The Gwalior
Gwalior
residency dealt with a number of Princely States
Princely States
of Central India
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