Sardargarh Bantva

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Sardargardh Bantva was a princely state founded in 1733 by Khan Shri Sherzamankhanji Babi youngest son of Nawab Saheb Salabat Muhammadkhan Babi of Junagadh State, on the Kathiawar peninsula in Gujarat, India. It had an area of approximately 186 km², and contained 13 primarily Muslim villages. It was a non-salute state. Upon independence in 1947, the princely states were forced to join either India or Pakistan. Sardargardh Bantva acceded to Pakistan in September 1947, and then rescinded the accession and re-accedeed to India on February 15, 1948. The last ruler was Khan Shri Sher Khanji Babi[1]

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Coordinates: 25°14′00″N 74°00′00″E / 25.2333°N 74.0000°E / 25.2333; 74.0000