|Princely State of British Raj|
|-||Independence of India||1948|
|-||1881||1,298 km2 (501 sq mi)|
|Density||45.4 /km2 (117.6 /sq mi)|
|Today part of||Maharashtra, India|
|This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.|
Aundh State was a Maratha princely state in the British Raj, in the Deccan States Agency division of the Bombay Presidency. It was one of the Satara Jagirs, and was founded in 1699. Its area was 1298 square kilometers and its capital was Aundh. The flag of Aundh was a rectangular orange banner. The state suffered severely from the plague of 1911.
Aundh State was founded by Parshuram Tryambak Pant Pratinidhi who was a Maratha General and administrator during the period of Sambhaji Raje and Rajaram Maharaj. He played a prominent role in re-capturing forts like Panhala Fort, Ajinkyatara (at Satara), Bhupalgad from Moguls during period of 1700-1705. He was born in Deshastha Brahmin community.
Aundh's Hindu rulers used the title of "Pant Pratinidhi".
|Foundation of the state Aundh|
|Princes (Rajas), with the title Pant Pratinidhi|
|1848-06-11||1901||Shrinivasrao Parashuram "Anna Sahib"||1833-11-27||1901|
|1901||1905||Parashuramrao Shrinivas "Dada Sahib"||1858-02-17||1905|
|1905-11-03||1909-11-04||Gopalkrishnarao Parashuram "Nana Sahib"|
|1909-11-04||1947-08-15||Bhawanrao Shriniwasrao Pant Pratinidhi "Bala Sahib"||1868-10-24||1951-04-13|
|1944||1948||Parshuram Rao Pant||1912-09-11||1992-10-05|