|Princely State of British India|
|-||Independence of India||1948|
|-||1901||438 km2 (169 sq mi)|
|Density||86.4 /km2 (223.8 /sq mi)|
|This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.|
Ramdurg State was one of the non-salute Maratha princely states during the British Raj. It was administered as part of the Deccan States Agency of the Bombay Presidency, founded in 1799. It was one of the former states of the Southern Maratha Country and its capital was at Ramdurg (Kannada: ರಾಮದುರ್ಗ; Marathi: रामदुर्ग).
Ramdurg State measured 438 square kilometers in area. According to the 1901 census, the population was 37,848.
The foundation of the state dates back to 1742 when Ramdurg State was separated from Nargund. During Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan's time, between 1785 and 1799, Ramdurg was occupied by the Kingdom of Mysore (Mahisur). In 1827 - 1829 Ramdurg State came under the British India administration.
- 1742 - 1777 Yogirao I Bhave
- 1777 - 1785 Ramrao I Bhave (d. 1800)
- 1785 - 1799 occupied by Mahisur
- 1800 - 1810 Bapurao Ranade -Regent
- 1810 - 1827 Narayanrao I Ramrao "Appa Saheb Bhave" (d. 1827)
- 1827 - 1829 British administration
- 1829 - 1857 Rani Radhabai (f) (d. 1857)
- 1857 - 1872 Ramrao II Narayanrao Bhave
- 1872 - 1878 Yogirao II "Bapu Saheb" Bhave (b. 1852 - d. 1878)
- 11 Feb 1878 - 1907 Vyankatrao Yogirao Bhave (b. 1877 - d. 1907)
- 30 Apr 1907 - 1947 Ramrao III Vyankatrao Rao Saheb Bhave (b. 1896 - d. 19..)