Baghal, covering an area of 312 km² and currently a part of Himachal Pradesh state, was one of the Princely states of India during the period of the British Raj. The state was founded by Rana Sabha Chand in the year 1643, and was acceded to India on 15 April 1948.
The capital of Baghal was Arki.
The state of Baghal was founded before 1640. It was ruled by the Baghalia dynasty.
- Rana Jagat Singh (1st time) 1778 - 1803
- Occupied by Nepal 1803 - 1815.
- Rana Jagat Singh (2nd time) 1815 - 1828
- Rana Shiv Saran 1828 - 1840
- Rana Kishan Singh 1840 - 12 Mar 1875 (Rana Kishan Singh personally styled himself as Raja in 1860.)
- Raja Kishan Singh 12 Mar 1875 - 1877
- Raja Moti Singh 1877
- Raja Dhyan Singh 1877 - 1904
- Raja Tikka Bikram Singh (b. c.1892 - d. ...) 1904 - 1922
- Raja Surendra Singh (b. 1909) 14 Oct 1922 - 1945
- Raja Rajendra Singh (b. 1928) 1945 - 15 Aug 1947
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