|•||Established||Late 16th century|
|•||Independence of India||1948|
|•||1901||127 km2 (49 sq mi)|
|Density||70.6 /km2 (182.9 /sq mi)|
Mehlog or Mah(i)log was a princely state of India before and during the colonial British Raj. In 1940 it had a population of 8,631 and an area of 49 square miles (130 km2). The capital city was Patta. . Presently ruled my Rana Lalitender Chand married to Rani Krishna Kumari have two issue, Tikka Jitendra Chand married to Tikka Rani Ragini Kumari and have daughters, Baisa Shreya Sisodia and Baisa Yashshwani Sisodia.
The native state of Mahlog was founded in 1183. Earlier its rulers were ruling near Kalka (in Haryana) when Mohamad Gauri attacked and they shifted to Mahlog area. The state began with 193 villages and forest land, but at the end over 300 villages were included in it. It was one of the biggest princely states of Simla Hill States under the British Raj. It was subject to Bilaspur State during the late 18th century. From 1803 to 1815 it was occupied by the Gurkhas of Nepal. Thereafter it became a British protectorate.
|....||1801||Nahar Chand||(d. 1801)|
|1801||1803||Sansar Chand (1st time) (d. 1849)|
|1803||1815||occupied by Nepal|
|1815||1849||Sansar Chand (2nd time) (s.a.)|
|1849||1880||Dhalip Chand||b. 1829 – d. 1880)|
|16 May 1880||16 Sep 1902||Raghunath Chand||(b. 1861/66 – d. 1902) (personal style Rana)|
|1902||16 Dec 1934||Durga Chand||(b. 1898 – d. 1934)|
|16 Dec 1934||15 Aug 1947||Narindar Chand||(b. 1921 – d. 2011)|
|16 Dec 2011||Lalitender Chand|
|Mahlog Palace, Patta, Solan,|
View of Palace and fort of Mahlog State, under Simla Hill States ,Himachal Pradesh,India
|Architectural style||Rajput Palaces and Forts|
|Town or city||Patta, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.|
|Client||Rana lalitender chand|
|Structural system||Small bricks ,cemented|
Photo of Rana Narinder Chand at Aitchison College Lahor (1st in 2nd row), the last ruler of Mahlog State, under Simla Hill States, Himachal Pradesh, India. Other in pic:@Standing;sh.Harwant Raj,Sh.Mukhtiar Hussain,Sh.Rampartap S.,Sh. Zafar Khan,Sh.Daljinder Singh,Sh.Riffat.@Sitting;Sh.Rana Narinder Chand,S.Rai Singh,Sh.,Sh.Parminder Singh, Sh.Zulfikar Ali, Sh. Manzawar Ali.
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