The village situated in the bank of River meshvo
The taluka was ranked Sixth Class state, the lowest in the sway of colonial Mahi Kantha Agency, and was ruled by Rajput Chieftains. It covered six square miles, comprising five villages, and had a combined population in 1901 of 740, yielding a state revenue of 2,499 Rupees (1903-4, mostly from land), paying a tribute of 134 Rupees to Idar State.
- "Mahi Kanthar". Imperial Gazetteer. DSAL.uchicago.edu - Mahi Kantha. Retrieved 25 March 2018.
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