Likhi State

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Likhi is a village and former non-salute princely state in Gujarat, western India.

History[edit]

The Sixth Class princely state and taluka, covering 9 square miles in Mahi Kantha. It was ruled by Makwana Kolis of Thakor title of Chauhan Dynasty 'non-jurisdictional' talukdars (compare Hadol State), the state being within the jurisdiction of Sabar Kantha.[citation needed][1][2][3]

In 1901 it comprised the town and four other villages, with a combined population of 959, yielding 5,512 Rupees state revenue (1903–1904, mostly from land), paying no tribute.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency: Cutch, Palanpur, and Mahi Kantha. Printed at the Government Central Press. 1880.
  2. ^ Aberigh-Mackay, George (1878). The Native Chiefs and Their States in 1877: A Manual of Reference. Times of India Steam Press.
  3. ^ Ghosha, Lokanātha (1879). The Modern History of the Indian Chiefs, Rajas, Zamindars, & C: The native states. J.N. Ghose.
  4. ^ http://dsal.uchicago.edu/reference/gazetteer/pager.html?objectid=DS405.1.I34_V17_019.gif Imperial Gazetteer