Chhuikhadan State

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Chhuikhadan State
छुईखदान रियासत
Princely State of British India
Flag of Chhuikhadan
Kawarda-Khairagarh-Imperial Gazetteer.jpg
Chhuikhadan State in the Imperial Gazetteer of India
• 1901
396 km2 (153 sq mi)
• 1901
• Established
Succeeded by
Today part ofRajnandgaon district, Chhattisgarh

Chhuikhadan (also known as Kondka[1]) was a small princely state of British India,[1][2] which later formed part of Chhattisgarh States Agency. The state flag was a purple triangle.

The state consisted of an area of 320 square miles, of which 27,907 acres were cultivated, and 48,538 acres cultivable. There were 120 villages in 1870 and the population was 13,281.[1] In 1941 the state had a population of 32,731 people.[3] The capital of the State was Chhuikhadan[1]


The chief was a Kunwar and belonged to a Bairagi dynasty known as Mahants.[1] The chiefs of Chhuikhadan were originally under the Bhonsles of Nagpur, the first Chief being Mahant Rup Das in 1750. However, after defeat of Marathas, they were recognized by British as feudatory chiefs in 1865 conferring the title and sanad to Mahant Laxman Das.[4] Mahant Ritu Purna Kishor Das, the last ruling Chief of Chhuikhadan signed the accession of the State to the Union of India on 1 February 1948.[5] [6]


  • 1750-1780 Mahant Rup Das
  • 1780-.... Mahant Tulsi Das
  • ....-1845 Mahant Balmakund Das
  • 1845-1887 Mahant Lakshman Das
  • 1887-1896 Mahant Shyam Kishor Das
  • 1896-1898 Mahant Radha Ballabh Kishor Das
  • 1898-1903 Mahant Digvijay Yugal Kishor Das
  • 1903-.... Mahant Bhudav Kishor Das
  • Mahant Ritu Purna Kishor Das

Now 10th Raja of Chhuikhadan is Ghanshyam kishore Das And 11th generation of Chhuikhadan state his son Yuvraj Giriraj Kishore who is married to Yuvrani Namrata devi (jagirdar of khargapur) and his son which is 12 generation of Chhuikhadan state his naam is Rajwardhan kishore

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e The Imperial Gazetteer of India [by] Sir William Wilson Hunter - 1881 -Page 429
  2. ^ Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Central Provinces and Berar" . Encyclopædia Britannica. 5 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 681.
  3. ^ Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer (New York: Columbia University Press, 1952) p. 389
  4. ^ Princely states of India: a guide to chronology and rulers by David P. Henige - 2004 - Page 48
  5. ^ Chhuikhadan Princely State
  6. ^ The Times of India Directory and Year Book Including Who's who by Bennett Coleman, 1948 pp:459

Coordinates: 21°32′N 80°59′E / 21.53°N 80.98°E / 21.53; 80.98