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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Gandhi's Return from South Africa - 10 Rs Coin

India 10 rupees 2015 - Gandhi's return from South Africa

New circulating commemorative:

'Centenary of Gandhi's return from South Africa'

International Day or Yoga

India 10 rupees 2015 - International Day of Yoga

New circulating bimetallic Coin

Thanks: http://worldcoinnews.blogspot.in

Sunday, September 6, 2015

New Coin Set (Dr. S. Radha Krishnan)

Teachers’ day: PM Narendra Modi releases Rs 125 coin in honour of Dr S Radhakrishnan

 

On the eve of Teachers' day, Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi released the coins at a function ahead of his interaction with central school students at Zorawar hall, Manekshaw Centre in New Delhi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi released Two Commemorative coins of Rs 125 and Rs 10 in the memory of former President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on Friday.

On the eve of Teachers’ day, Prime Minister Modi released the coins at a function ahead of his interaction with central school students at Zorawar hall, Manekshaw Centre in New Delhi.
Teachers Day celebrates the birthday of India’s second President and scholar Dr Radhakrishnan.



Saturday, September 5, 2015

Komagata Maru incident 2014

India 5 rupees 2014 - Komagata Maru incident

New circulating commemorative:

'100th Anniversary of the Komagata Maru incident'

India 5 rupees 2014 - Jawaharlal Nehru

India 5 rupees 2014 - Jawaharlal Nehru

New circulating commemorative:

'125th birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru'

Monday, August 3, 2015

India 10 rupees 2013 - Coir Board Diamond Jubilee

New bimetallic circulating commemorative

60 years of Coir Board - 10 Rupees Coin


Saturday, August 1, 2015

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad 2013

India 5 rupees 2013

New circulating commemorative Coin

'125th birth Anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad'



India 5 & 20 rupees 2013 - Acharya Tulsi

Acharya Tulsi

'Birth centenary of Acharya Tulsi'

The circulating 5 rupees coin:


The non-circulating legal tender 20 rupees coin:


Wednesday, July 29, 2015

A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Former President of India





Full Name: Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
Born: October 15, 1931, Rameswaram, Tamilnadu, India
Died: July 27, 2015, Shillong, Megalaya. India

நமது முன்னாள் குடியரசுத் தலைவர்
டாக்டர். பாரத ரத்னா. தெய்வத்திரு. A.P.J அப்துல் கலாம் அவர்களின் மறைவையொட்டி அவர்களுக்கு எமது
ஆழ்ந்த இரங்கலை தெரிவித்து கொள்கிறோம்.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

தினமலர் ஆசிரியர் இரா. கிருஷ்ணமூர்த்தி வெளியிட்ட பழங்கால நாணய குறிப்புகள்


'தினமலர்' ஆசிரியர் இரா.கிருஷ்ணமூர்த்தி அவர்கள், நீண்ட காலமாக பழங்கால நாணயங்கள் குறித்து ஆராய்ச்சியில் ஈடுபட்டு வருகிறார். அவர் கடந்த 1985ம் ஆண்டு முதல் பழங்கால நாணயவியல் குறித்து பலஆராய்ச்சி கட்டுரைகளை எழுதியுள்ளார். பல புத்தகங்களை வெளியிட்டுள்ளார். தினமலர் ஆசிரியர் எழுதிய ஆராய்ச்சி கட்டுரைகள் மற்றும் வெளியிட்ட புத்தகங்கள்: 














1.'Sangam Period Pandya Coins with Tamil - Brahmi Legends' - Journal of the Numismatic Society of India (JNSI), 47, 1985, pp 45-47.

2.'Kalabra Coin with a Legend,' JNSI, 1986, p.48.

3.'Sangam Period Chera Coins,' JNSI, 1987, pp.36-38.

4.'Some Unpublished Silver Punch - Marked Coins of the Pandyas,' JNSI, 1988, pp. 25-27.

5.'Coins of the Pallava king Mahendravarman I,' JNSI, 50, 1988, pp.33-34.

6.'Some Unpublished and Rare Coins of the Pallavas,' JNSI, 1988, pp. 35-36.

7.'Pallava Coin with Lion Symbol,' JNSI, 1989, pp.90-92.

8.'Sangam Period Silver Portrait Coin of Mākkotai,' paper read at the Conference of Oriental Numismatic Society and Indian Coin Society, Nagpur, 1990.

9.Coins Of The Sangam Age, Dravidian Encyclopaedia, The International School of Dravidian Linguistics, Thiruvananthapuram, 1990, Vol.I, pp.167-170.

10.'Some New Finds of Sangam Period Chera Coins,' JNSI, 1990, pp.3-6.

11.'A Rare Sangam Period Chola Coin,' Studies in South Indian Coins (SINS), I, 1991, pp. 31-32.

12.'Oblong Coin with a 'Mother Goddess Symbol' from Karur, Tamilnadu,' JNSI, 1991. pp. 59-61.

13.'Two More Pallava Coins with Legends,' JNSI, 1991, pp. 62 - 63.

14.'Mākkotai Coins,' Studies in South Indian Coins, II, 1992, pp. 19-28.

15.'Seleucid Coins from Karur,' Studies in South Indian Coins, III, 1993, pp. 19-28.

16.'Coins from Phoenicia Found at Karur, Tamilnadu,' Studies in South Indian Coins, IV, 1994, pp. 19-27.

17.'Sangam Age Chera coin with Legend Kuttuvan Kotai' in 'The Hindu,' 22 May, 1994 (Madras edition).

18.'Imitation Roman Gold Coins from Tirukoilur hoard', Ex-Moneta, Essays on Numismatics, History & Archaeology in honour of Dr. D.W.MacDowell, Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies, Nasik, 1995, pp.131-136.

19.'Coins from Greek Islands, Rhodes and Crete found at Karur, Tamilnadu,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 1995, pp.29-36.

20.'Copper punch-marked coins from Karur, Tamilnadu,' 1996.

21.'A Roman Coin Die from Karur, Tamilnadu,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 1996, pp.43-48.

22.Coin Circulation in Ancient Tamil Region C. 400 B.C - C.600 A.D. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Numismatic Society of India, 1996.

23.A Roman Coin bronze die from Karur, Tamilnadu, India. Paper presented at the XII, International Numismatischer, Kongress, Berlin, 1997. (Published in Proceedings, Vol.I, p.552. Published in Berlin in 2000)

24.'A Gold Ring of Athiaman,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 1997, pp.41-44.

25.'A Note on Counterstruck Silver Coinof Makkōtai,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 1998, pp.35-39.

26.'Aksumite Coins of Ethiopia from Karur, Tamilnadu,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 1998 - pp.58-64.

27.'A Coin of Priest - Kings of Judaea from Karur,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 1999, pp.23-29.

28.'Hellinistic period coins from Karur - A Review,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 2000 - pp.7-21.

29.Three Unknown Cola Coins of the Sangam Period, Narasimhā Priyā - Prof.A.V.N.Murthy Felicitation Volume, 2000.

30.'Some Unknown Ancient Greek Coins from Karur,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 2001, pp.53-56.

31.Lion Slayer Motif on an Inscribed Gold Ring from Karur, Studies in South Indian Coins, 2003, pp.17-19.

32.'Some Roman Republican denarii from Karur in South India,' Paper presented at XIII, International De Numismatica, Madrid, 2003, Spain 15th Sept.

33.Some Fifth Century A.D. Roman Gold Coins and their Imitations from Southern Tamilnadu, India, Paper presented at Colloquium organised by Instituto Italiano di Numismatica, Rome, 2004, 17th Sept.

34.Late Roman Copper Coins and Imitations of c 4th century A.D. in Sri Lanka, Paper read at the International Seminar on 'Tamilnadu and Sri Lanka: New Evidence on Maritime and Inland Trade' organised by The Tamilnadu Numismatic Society, Chennai and Centre de Recherhe Ernest Babelon, Paris on 2nd December 2004 at Chennai.

35.'Sangam Age Pandya Coins with Legend Peruvaluthi in the National Museum, Colombo,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 2005, pp.58-63.

36.'A Satavahana Lead Coin with Bow and Arrow Symbol,' Studies in South Indian Coins, 2005, pp.35-38. (Co-Author Mohd.Safiullah)

37.'Sangam Age Pandya and Chola Coins from National Museum, Colombo,' Studies in SouthIndian Coins, 2005, pp.43-52. (Co-Author Senarath Wickramasinghe)

38.'Two Coins of King Agrippa - I of Judaea from Karur,' Studies in South Indian Coins, Vol.XVI, 2006, pp. 21 -23.

39.'Roman Coins associated with Christian Faith Found at Karur and Madurai,' AIRAVATI, Felicitation Volume in honour of Iravatham Mahadevan, Chennai -82, 2008,pp.67-75.

40.'Sangam Age Chera Silver Coin with a Portrait and Roman Type Helmet,' Studies in South Indian Coins, IC, Vol. XVIII, 2008, pp.43-45

41.'Ancient Chera Coins from Banavasi,' Studies in South Indian Coins, Vol.XIX, 2009, pp.40-47.

42.'Another Pallava Coin with Legible Legend Māhameghah,' Studies in South Indian Coins, Vol.XIX, 2009, pp.59.

43.'An Imitation Roman Coin Pendant from Banavasi,' Studies in South Indian Coins, Vol.XX, 2010, pp.40-43.

44.'A Study of Legends on Two Early Chera Coins,' Studies in South Indian Coins, Vol.XX, 2010, pp.70-73.

45.'A Note on Sangam Age Chera Coins from Pattanam in Kerala,' Studies in South Indian Coins, Vol.XXI, 2011, pp.32-36.

46.Discovery of yet Another Rare Sangam Age Pandya Coin, Studies in South Indian Coins, 2013, vol. XXIII, p. 29, 30.க

நன்றி - தினமலர்.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

British India's Princely States



Alphabetical list of former British India's princely states
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

    Achrol in Rajasthan - Thikana of the Princely State of Jaipur
    Agar (?)
    Agra Barkhera
    Ahmadnagar - salute
    Ajaigarh in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Ajraoda
    Akalkot in Maharashtra
    Akdia
    Ali Rajpur in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Alampur
    Alipura in Madhya Pradesh
    Alwa
    Alwar in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns (17-guns local)
    Amala
    Amarchanta vassal state
    Amarkot (Umerkot) in Sindh, Pakistan
    Amarnaghar in Saurashtra (Gujarat)
    Amb (Tanawal state) Pakistani Frontier state
    Ambaliara in Maharashtra
    Amethi in Uttar Pradesh
    Amod in Gujarat: although the seat of a Thakore Sahib, the taluka of Amod was administered as    part of the Broach District
    Amrapur in Kathiawar;
    Amrapur in Rewa Kantha
    Anandpur
    Anegundi Zamindari
    Anghad
    Angre Political Pensioner
    Ankevalia
    Arcot (the Carnatic) Political Pensioner
    Arnia
    Assam Political Pensioner - roughly the homonymous Indian state
    Athgarh in Orissa
    Athmalik in Orissa
    Aundh in Maharashtra
    Awadh=Oudh Political Pensioner

B

    Babra
    Bagasra
    Bagasra Hadala
    Bagasra Khari
    Bagasra Natwar
    Bagasra Ram
    Baghal in Himachal Pradesh (Punjab Hills States)
    Baghat in Himachal Pradesh
    Bagli
    Bahawalpur in Pakistan
    Bai
    Bajana in Saurashtra
    Bakhtgarh
    Balasinor in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Balsan in Himachal Pradesh
    Baltistan (western Tibetan kingdom, since 1840 subject to Kashmir) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir
    Bamanbor
    Bamra in Orissa
    Banera in Chattisgarh
    Banganapalle in Andhra Pradesh (was in Madras till 1-10-1953) - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Banka Pahari in Madhya Pradesh
    Bansda in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Banswara in Rajastahn - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Bantva Manavadar
    Bantva Sardargadh
    Baoni in utter Pradesh(kadaura) - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Baramba in Orissa
    Baraundha - Hereditary salute of 9-guns =?Baraundha Pathar Kachhar in Madhya Pradesh - salute
    Bardia
    Baria - Hereditary salute of 9-guns (11-guns personal) =? Bariya in Bombay
    Barkhera Deo Dungri
    Barkhera Panth
    Baroda in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 21-guns
    Barvala = Barwala in Saurashtra
    Barwani in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Bashahr in Himachal Pradesh - Personal salute of 9-guns
    Basoda
    Bastar in Madhya Pradesh
    Bavda vassal state
    Beja in Himachal Pradesh
    Benares in Uttar Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns local)
    Bengal Political Pensioner - new title Nawab of Murshidabad (their new capital)
    Beri (Behri) in Uttar Pradesh
    Bhabhar
    Bhadarwa
    Bhadaura
    Bhadli
    Bhadvana
    Bhadwa
    Bhagat in Himachal Pradesh
    Bhaisola
    Bhajji in Himachal Pradesh
    Bhalala
    Bhandaria
    Bharatpur in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns local)
    Bharejda
    Bharudpura
    Bhathan
    Bhatkeri
    Bhavnagar in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns local)
    Bhawal
    Bhioldia
    Bhimoria
    Bhoika
    Bhojakheri
    Bhojavadar
    Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 19-guns (21-guns local)
    Bhor in Maharashtra - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Bhorole
    Bichhrand Junior
    Bichhrand Senior
    Bihat in Madhya Pradesh
    Bihora
    Bija
    Bijawar in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Bijna in Madhya Pradesh
    Bikaner in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns local)
    Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Bilaud
    Bilauda
    Bilbari very small princely state in India
    Bildi
    Bilkha in Saurashtra
    Boad
    Bodanones
    Bolundra
    Bonai in Orissa
    Borkhera (Indore)
    Borkhera (Malwa)
    Boudh in Orissa
    Bundi in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns

C

    Cambay=Kambay in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Cannanore
    Carnatic
    Chachana
    Chamardi
    Chamba in Himachal Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Changbhakar in Madhya Pradesh
    Charkha
    Charkhari in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Chera
    Chhaliar
    Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Chhota Barkhera
    Chhota Udaipur=Chhota Udepur in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Chhuikadan in Madhya Pradesh
    Chiktiabar
    Chinchli Ghabad
    Chiroda
    Chitral Pakistani Frontier State
    Chitravao
    Chobari
    Chok
    Chorangla
    Chotila
    Chuda in Saurashtra
    Chudesar
    Cochin in Kerala - Hereditary salute of 17-guns
    Cooch Behar in West Bengal - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Coorg Political pensioner
    Cutch =Kutch in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns local)

D

    Dabha
    Dabr
    Dadhalia
    Dahida
    Danta in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Daphlapur
    Darbhanga
    Daria Kheri
    Darkoti in Himachal Pradesh
    Darod
    Daryabad
    Dasada
    Daspalla in Orissa
    Datia in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Datva vassal state
    Debhavati
    Dedarda
    Dedhrota in Bombay
    Delath, a tributary of Bashahr, in Himachal Pradesh
    Delhi (Mughal Emperor)
    Deloli
    Deodar in Gujarat
    Derdi Janbai
    Derol
    Devalia
    Devlia
    Dewas Junior Branch in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Dewas Senior Branch in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Dhabla Dhir
    Dhabla Ghosi
    Dhamasia
    Dhami
    Dhamri in Himachal Pradesh
    Dhaora Ghanjara
    Dhar in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Dharampur in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns (11-guns personal)
    Dharnauda
    Dhenkanal in Orissa
    Dhola
    Dholarva
    Dholpur in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns (17-guns personal)
    Dhrangadhra -Halvad in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Dhrol in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Dhulatia
    Dhurwai in Madhya Pradesh
    Dir (Dhir) Pakistani Frontier State
    Dodka
    Drapha
    Dudhpur
    Dudhrej
    Dugri
    Dujana in Punjab (now in Haryana)
    Dungapur/Dungarpur in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns

 F

    Faridkot in PEPSU - Hereditary salute of 11-guns

G

    Gabat
    Gad Boriad
    Gadhali
    Gadhia
    Gadhka
    Gadhula
    Gadvi
    Gadwal vassal state
    Gandhol
    Gangpur in Orissa
    Garamli Moti
    Garamli Nahani
    Garrauli in Madhya Pradesh
    Gaurihar in Madhya Pradesh
    Gavridad
    Gedi
    Ghodasar =? Ghodsar in Maharashtra
    Gigarsaran
    Gohad
    Gondal in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Gopalpet vassal state
    Gotardi
    Gothda
    Gundh in Himachal Pradesh
    Gundiali
    Gurgunta vassal state
    Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 21-guns

H

    Halvadin surendranagar (Gujarat)
    Halaria
    Hapa in Bombay
    Harol
    Hindol in Orissa
    Hindur
    Hirapur
    Hunza Pakistani Frontier State
    Hyderabad - Hereditary salute of 21-guns

I

    Ichalkaranji vassal state
    Idar in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Ilol in Bombay
    Ilpura
    Indore in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 19-guns (21-guns local)
    Itria
    Itvad

J

    Jabria Bhil
    Jadawata
    Jafrabad in Saurashtra
    Jafarabad and Janjira fusion of both states named
    Jaipur in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns local)
    Jaisalmer in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Jakhan
    Jalia Devani=Jaliadevani in Saurashtra
    Jalia Kayaji
    Jalia Manaji
    Jambughoda or Jambuodha in Bombay
    Jamkhandi in Bombay
    Jammu in Jammu and Kashmir - Hereditary salute of 21-guns
    Jamnia
    Janjira in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 11-guns (13-guns local)
    Jaora in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Jasdan in Saurashtra
    Jashpur
    Jashur in Madhya Pradesh
    Jaso in Madhya Pradesh
    Jath in Bombay
    Jatprole vassal state
    Jawalgiri vassal state
    Jawasia
    Jawhar in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Jesar
    Jetpur in Saurashtra
    Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Jhalawar in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Jhalera
    Jhamar
    Jhamka
    Jhampodar
    Jhari Gharkadhi
    Jhinyuvada
    Jigni in Madhya Pradesh
    Jiliya in Rajasthan [1]
    Jind in PEPSU - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns personal and local)
    Jiral Kamsoli
    Jobat in Madhya Pradesh
    Jodhpur in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns local)
    Jubbal in Himachal Pradesh
    Jumkha
    Junagadh - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns personal and local)
    Junapadar

K

    Kachchi Baroda
    Kadana
    Kagal Junior vassal state
    Kagal Senior vassal state
    Kahlur = Kehloor - former names of Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh
    Kalahandi in Orissa - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Kalat in Pakistani Baluchistan
    Kali Baori
    Kalsia in PEPSU
    Kalu Khera
    Kamalpur (Bombay)
    Kamalpur (Central India)
    Kambay = Cambai in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Kambhala
    Kamta Rajaula
    Kanada
    Kaner
    Kangra-Lambagraon
    Kanika
    Kanjarda
    Kanker
    Kankrej
    Kanksiali
    Kanpur Ishwaria
    Kanta Rajaulia in Madhya Pradesh
    Kantharia
    Kapshi vassal state
    Kapurthala in PEPSU - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns personal and local)
    Karaudia
    Karauli in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns
    Kariana
    Karmad
    Karol
    Kashmir in Jammu & K.
    Kasla Pagina Muvada
    Kassalpura
    Kathaun
    Kathiawar - also name of the large Gujarati peninsula, 
                      roughly corresponding to Saurashtra (divided into numerous minor (e)states)
    Kathrota
    Katodia
    Katosan
    Kawardha in Madhya Pradesh
    Kayatha
    Kehloor = Kahlur - former names of Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh
    Keonjhar in Orissa
    Keonthal in Himachal Pradesh
    Kerwada
    Kesria
    Khadal in Bombay
    Khairagarh in Madhya Pradesh
    Khairpur in Pakistan
    Khajuri
    Khamblav
    Khandia
    Khaneti, a tributary of Bashahr
    Khandpara in Orissa
    Khandpara
    Khaniadhana in Madhya Pradesh
    Kharan in Pakistani Baluchistan
    Kharsawan in Bihar
    Kharsi
    Khedawada
    Kherali
    Kherawara
    Kherwasa
    Kheri Rajpur
    Khetri vassal state
    Khiauda
    Khijadia (Gohilwar)
    Khilchipur in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Khirasra in Saurashtra
    Khojankhera
    Khudadad the state of Tippu Sultan - his heirs became Political Pensioner
    Khyrim
    Kiari see Madhan in Himachal Pradesh
    Kirli
    Kishangarh in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Kolara Political Pensioner
    Kolhapur in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 19-guns
    Koriya (Korea) in Madhya Pradesh
    Kotah in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns personal)
    Kotda Nayani in Saurashtra
    Kotda Pitha in Saurashtra
    Kotda Sangani in Saurashtra
    Kotharia in Saurashtra
    Kothi in Madhya Pradesh
    Kuba (not Quba in Armenia!)
    Kumarsain in Himachal Pradesh =?Kumharsain
    Kunihar in Himachal Pradesh
    Kurandvad?Kurundvad Junior Branch
    Kurandvad Senior Branch
    Kurnool Political Pensioner
    Kurwai in Madhya Pradesh
    Kushalgarh
    Kutch=Cooch in Saurashtra
    Kuthar in Himachal Pradesh

L

    Labhowa Uttar Pradesh
    Lakhapadar
    Lakhtar in Saurashtra
    Lalgarh
    Laliyad
    Landhora
    Langrin
    Las Bela in Pakistani Baluchistan
    Lathi in Saurashtra
    Lavej
    Lawa in Rajasthan
    Likhi
    Limbda =? Limbdi in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Lodhika
    Logasi in Madhya Pradesh
    Loharu in Punjab (now in Haryana) - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Lugasi
    Lunavada=Lunawanda in Bombay =? Lunawarda Lunawara - Hereditary salute of 9-guns

M

    Madhan = Kiari in Himachal Pradesh
    Mogalthur in Andhra Pradesh
    Magodi in Bombay
    Maguna in Bombay
    Maharam
    Mahlog =?Mahilog in Himachal Pradesh
    Maihar in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Mahmudpura
    Makrai in Madhya Pradesh
    Makran in Pakistani Baluchistan
    Maksudangarh
    Malaudh one of the Phulkian princely States in Punjab
    Malerkotla=Maler Kotla in PEPSU - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Malaisohmat
    Malia = Maliya in Saurashtra
    Malpur in Bombay
    Manavadar
    Mandavad officially also called Nawa-Visavadar until Independence.
    Mandholi in Rajasthan, a thikana under Torawati in Jaipur state.
    Mandi in Himachal Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Mandva in Bombay =?Mandwa
    Mangal in Himachal Pradesh
    Mangam
    Mangrol
    Manipur
    Mansa
    Maoang
    Maosangram
    Mariaw
    Masulipatam Political Pensioner
    Mathwar
    Matra Timba
    Mayurbhanj in Orissa - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Men
    Mengani
    Mevasa
    Mevli
    Mewar, or after its capital Udaipur - The first and foremost of all states in British India, 
                Hereditary salute of 19-guns (21-guns local), soon full 21-guns
    Miohanpur in Bombay
    Miraj Junior Branch in Bombay
    Miraj Senior Branch in Bombay
    Mirpur in Pakistan
    Mohanpur
    Moka Pagina Muvada
    Monvel
    Morchopna
    Morvi in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Mota Barkhera
    Mota Kotharna
    Mowa
    Mudhol in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Muhammadgarh in Madhya Pradesh
    Muli in Saurashtra
    Mulia Deri
    Multhan
    Munjpar
    Murshidabad Political Pensioner- new seat of the former rulers of (Greater) Bengal
    Mylliem
    Mysore (modern Maisuru) in Madras - Hereditary salute of 21-guns

N

    Nabha in PEPSU - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns local)
    Nagar Pakistani Frontier State
    Nagod - Hereditary salute of 9-guns =? Nagodh in Madhya Pradesh
    Nagpur in Madhya Pradesh- Political Pensioner
    Nahara
    Naigawan Ribai
    Nalagarh in PEPSU
    =? Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh
    Nalia
    Nandgaon in Madhya Pradesh
    Narsingarh in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Narsinghpur in Orissa
    Narukot
    Narwar
    Nashipur ?
    Naswadi
    Naugaon
    Naulana
    Navagarh
    Nawanagar in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns local)
    Nayagarh in Orissa
    Nilgiri in Orissa
    Nilvala
    Nimkhera
    Nobo Sohoh
    Noghanvadar
    Nongklao
    Nongspung
    Nongstoin

O

    Orchha in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Oudh = Awadh Political Pensioner - ?salute

 P

    Peddapuram in Andhra Pradesh
    Pachegam
    Pah
    Pahara in Madhya Pradesh =?Pahra
    Paigah vassal state
    Pal
    Palaj in Bombay
    Palali
    Palanpur in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Palasni
    Palasvihir
    Paldeo in Madhya Pradesh
    Palitana in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Paliyad
    Pal Lahara in Orissa =?Pal Lahera
    Palsani
    Panch Mahal Maroth in Rajasthan
    Panchvada
    Pandu
    Panna in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Pantalvadi
    Panth Piploda
    Paron
    Partabgarh in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Patan or Torawati in Rajasthan, vassal state to Jaipur
    Pataudi in Punjab (now in Haryana)
    Patdi in Saurashtra
    Pathari in Madhya Pradesh =?Patharia
    Patiala in PEPSU - Hereditary salute of 17-guns (19-guns local)
    Patna in Orissa - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Pethapur
    Phaltan in Bombay
    Phulera
    Pimladevi
    Pimpri
    Piplia Sisodia
    Piplianagar
    Piploda in Madhya Pradesh
    Poicha
    Pol
    Poonch vassal state
    Porbandar in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Prempur in Bombay
    Pudukottai in Madras - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Punadra
    Punial Pakistani Frontier State
    Punjab Political Pensioner - ?salute
    Pundara in Bombay
    Palvancha Biggest Principality in Telengana Region(Under Nizam)

R

    Radhanpur in Gujarat - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Raghugarh
    Rahrakhol
    Raigarh in Madhya Pradesh
    Rairakhol in Orissa
    Rai Sankli
    Rajgarh in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Rajpara (Gohilwar)
    Rajpara (Halar)
    Rajkot in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Rajpipla in Gujarat - Hereditary salute of 13-guns
    Rajpur (Kathiawar) in Saurashtra?
    Rajpur (Rewa Kantha) in Saurashtra?
    Ramanka
    Ramas
    Rambrai
    Ramdurg in Bombay
    Ramgarh
    Rampur in Uttar Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Rampura
    Ramnad estate (Ramanathapuram) in Tamil Nadu
    Ranasan in Bombay
    Randhia
    Ranpur in Orissa
    Ratanmal
    Ratanpur Dhamanka
    Ratesh a zaildar in Keonthal in Himachal Pradesh
    Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 13-guns (15-guns local)
    Rawin = Rawingarh, a tributary of Jubbal in Himachal Pradesh
    Regan
    Rewa=Rewah in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 17-guns
    Rohisala
    Rudrapur= In Deoria Distrct of Uttar Pradesh -Satashi Naresh
    Rupal

S

    Sachin - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Sada Kheri
    Sahuka
    Sailana in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Sakti in Madhya Pradesh
    Samadhiali
    Samla
    Samode vassal state
    Samthar in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Sahaspur-bilari Uttar Pradesh- title of RAJA BAHADUR
    Sanala
    Sandur in Karnataka (was in Madras Presidency before 1-10-1953)
    Sangli in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns (11-guns personal)
    Sangri in Himachal Pradesh
    Sanjeli in Bombay
    Sanor
    Sanosra
    Sant in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Santalpur (Adesar)
    Sarangarh in Madhya Pradesh
    Sarila in Madhya Pradesh
    Satanones
    Sarangarh
    Sarila
    Satara Political Pensioner - cfr. the Peshwa's Maratha confederation
    Sathamba in Bombay
    Satlasna
    Satodad Vavdi
    Savantvadi=Savantwadi in Bombay - Hereditary salute of 9-guns (11-guns local)
    Savanur in Bombay
    Sayla in Saurashtra
    Sejakpur
    Seraikela=? Seraikhela in Bihar
    Shahpur
    Shahpura in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Shajaota
    Shanor
    Sheogarh
    Sheopur-Baroda
    Shevdivadar
    Shivabara
    Shorapur vassal state
    SibaNo Salute
    Sidki
    Sihora
    Sikkim (a Himalayan constitutive state since Indian annexation) - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Silana
    Sindh in Pakistan (khanate extinguished in 1843)
    Sindhiapura
    Singhana
    Sirguja
    Sirmur in Himachal Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Sirohi in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 15-guns
    Sirsi (Gwalior)
    Sirsi (Malwa)
    Sitamau in Madhya Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Sohawal in Madhya Pradesh
    Sonepur in Orissa - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Songad
    Sonkhera & Sarwan
    Sudamra
    Sudasna in Bombay
    Suigam
    Suket in Himachal Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Sundem
    Sunth
    Surat Political Pensioner
    Surgana in Bombay
    Surguja in Madhya Pradesh
    Sutalia
    Swat Pakistani Frontier State
    [Sidhowal{India}in Punjab]
    Srikalahasti under Madras Presidency-sold Area of Madras to East India Company

T

    Tuni in Andhra Pradesh
    Tajpuri in Bombay
    Tal
    Talegaon Dabhade vassal state
    Talcher in Orissa
    Talsana
    Tanawal state (see Amb) Pakistani Frontier state
    Tanjore Political Pensioner
    Tappa
    Taraon in Madhya Pradesh
    Tavi
    Tehri Garhwal in Uttar Pradesh - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Tejpura
    Tervada
    Thana Devli
    Tharad & Morwara
    Tharoch in Himachal Pradesh
    Tigiria? Tigria in Orissa
    Timba
    Toda Todi
    Tonk in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 17-guns
    Torgal vassal state
    Tori Fatehpur in Madhya Pradesh
    Travancore in Kerala - Hereditary salute of 19-guns
    Tripura in colonial Assam (now a separate state) - Hereditary salute of 13-guns

U

    Uchad
    Udaipur, Chhattisgarh
    Udaipur capital of Mewar in Rajasthan - Hereditary salute of 19-guns (21-guns local),
                                                                      soon full 21-guns
    Umeta In Gujurat of Thakore Jagdevsinhji Ramsinhji Padhiar
    Umri (Bombay)
    Umri (Central India)
    Uni
    Untdi
    Upawara

V

    Vizianagaram The only (Kshatriya-Suryavansh)Rajput Kingdom in South India (Andhra Pradesh)
    Vadal
    Vadali
    Vadia in Saurashtra
    Vadod (Gohilwar)
    Vadod (Jhalawar)
    Vaghvadi
    Vajiria
    Vakhatpur in Bombay =?Vakhtapur
    Vallabhpur
    Vala in Saurashtra
    Valasna in Bombay
    Vana
    Vanala
    Vanghdhra
    Vanod in Saurashtra
    Varagam
    Varnol Mal
    Varnoli Moti
    Varnoli Nani
    Varsoda in Bombay
    Vasan Sewada
    Vasan Virpur
    Vasna in Bombay
    Veja-no-ness
    Vekaria
    Vichhavad
    Vijanones
    Vijayanagar in Bombay
    Virampura
    Virpur in Saurashtra
    Virsora
    Virvao
    Vishalgarh vassal state
    Vithalgarh
    Vora

 W

    Wadagam
    Wadi
    Wai
    Wadhwan in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 9-guns
    Wadi jagir in Bombay
    Wanapurthy vassal state
    Wankaner in Saurashtra - Hereditary salute of 11-guns
    Wao in Bombay
    Warahi
    Wasna

Z

    Zainabad or Zainbad