|Princely State of Pre-Independence India|
|•||Accession to the Union of India||1948|
|•||1901||1,020 km2 (394 sq mi)|
|Density||58.2 /km2 (150.7 /sq mi)|
|This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "article name needed". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.|
The state was founded in 1255 and named after its founder. It had its capital in Santrampur (Sant-Rampur). It was granted a Hereditary 9 gun salute and belonged to the Rewa Kantha Agency of the Bombay Presidency. It covered 1,020 Square Kilometers.
In 1913, the state was rocked by an adivasi (Bhil) uprising led by Govind Giri. Its last ruler signed the accession to the Indian Union on 10 June 1948,  by which it ceased to exist, merging into Gujarat, and was assigned a Privy purse of 112,000 Rupees.
The rulers of Sant belonged to the Powar or Parmar Rajput dynasty, believed to have originated in Ujjain. The founder of the family was an individual named Sant, who established himself at Sunth in about the 13th century. The rulers of the state were styled Rana (equivalent to Raja from ca 1870 onward.
- 1688 - 1705 Mahusinhji
- 1705 - 1735 Prithisinhji Mahusinhji
- 1735 - 1753 Ratansinhji II Prithisinhji (died 1753)
- 1753 - 1774 Badansinhji Ratansinhji (d. 1774)
- 1774 - 1803 Shivsinhji Badansinhji
- 1803 - 1819 Keshrisinhji Shivsinhji (d. 1819)
- 1819 Gajsinhji II Keshrisinhji (d. 1819)
- 1819 - 1835 Kalyansinhji Shivsinhji (d. 1835)
- 1835 - 1872 Bhawansinhji Kalyansinhji (b. 1832 - d. 1872
- 17 April 1873 – 10 January 1896 Pratapsinhji Bhawansinhji (b. 1860 - d. 1896)
- 22 December 1946 – 15 August 1947 Pravinsinhji Zorawarsinhji (b. 1907 - d. ....)
The line is nominally continued.
- Chakrabarti, Jadab Chandra (1895). The Native States of India. Calcutta: S.K. Shaw. p. 239.
- Blair, G.W. (1906). Station and Camp Life in the Bheel Country. Belfast: Graham & Heslip. pp. 121–122.
- Sant Princely State (9 gun salute)
- Parmar, Ladhabhai Harji (1922). The Rewakantha Directory. Rajkot: Parmar Press. p. 53.
- Princely States of India K-W
- Sant (Princely State)
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