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List of Maratha dynasties and states

Map of India under the British East India Company, 1857 (Oxford University Press, 1907)
India and Burma in the year 1857: Maratha states occupy regions in central and western India

Partial list of Maratha dynasties and Maratha princely states.

Maratha (Hindu) dynasties and clans were spread across present Maharashtra and other Indian states. Some of the major clans and their respective places of origin were:

Historical Maratha Clans and Princely States outside today's Maharashtra.

Ruler/s Area/s ruled outside the present day Maharashtra Present State
Bhonsle Thanjavur State Tamil Nadu
Ghorpade Mudhol State Karnataka
Gaekwad Baroda State Gujarat
Rajeshirke Sahyadri region[citation needed] Kutare village[citation needed]
Newalkar Jhansi State Uttar Pradesh
Holkars Indore Madhya Pradesh
Puars (or Pawars) * Dewas State
* Dhar State
* Chhatarpur State
Madhya Pradesh
Shinde or Scindia Gwalior State Madhya Pradesh
Nawab of Banda Banda Uttar Pradesh
Mehere of Nagpur Vidharbha Maharastra

Maratha Princely States and Zamindars

The Marathas ruled much of India in the period immediately preceding the consolidation of British rule in India. The Maratha states came to form the largest bloc of princely states in the British Raj, in terms of territory and population.

Ruins of the Raigad Fort which served as a capital of the Maratha Empire in the 17th century

The list of the historical Maratha Princely States within the present day Maharashtra is given herein below.[citation needed]

Ruler/s Area/s ruled within the present day Maharashtra.

  • Bhoite - Satara, Kolhapur, Jalgaon.
  • Bhosale Chhatrapati - Kolhapur, Satara,
  • Rajebhosale - Nagpur, Akkalkot, Sawantwadi, Bavdhan(Satara)Venegaon, Barshi, Mungi, Nannaj, shelgaon(R).
  • Chikhale[disambiguation needed] - Pune
  • Dhumal - Ahmednagar, Veer, Pasure, Jogawadi, Bramhanghar (Pune).
  • Gharge-Deshmukh - Nimsod, Khatao (Satara).
  • Gavhane - Ahemadnagar, Beed.
  • RajeGaekwad(Gaikwad) - Kolwadi, Kaulane, Malegaon, Nashik, Kille-Dharur, Beed, Kondhapuri, Shelgaon(R), Janapur in Bidar Dist. Karanatak.
  • Raje Ghatge - Lalgun, Malavadi, Mol, Budh ,kumathe, Diskal,Rajapur, Nimsod Raygav ,tanutakli ,khatav -man ,Satara, Kagal, Kolhapur
  • Raje Ghorpade - Venegaon (Satara), Kapshi (Senapati), Kolhapur.
  • Nimbalkar - Dound (Pune), Phaltan (Satara).
  • Jagadale - Masur, Dangirewadi, Budh, Bidal.
  • Jagtap - Saswad (Pune) & Satara.
  • Jathar - isapur (Ahmednagar).
  • Jedhe - Kari.
  • Kadam[disambiguation needed] - Pune-Rajgad,Tuljapur , Sangli-Hingangaon Bk . and Satara
  • Kadu(Deshmukh) - Bhor and Velhe(Pune),konkan.
  • Kakade - Pune, Baramati, Yawali (Barshi), Theur.
  • Kale-Deshmukh - Satara, Rashin.
  • Kanade - Verul (Aurangabad), Ahmednagar.
  • RajeMahadik - Satara, Nagpur, Kolhapur.
  • Rajeshirke – Kutare village Chiplun Ratnagiri Originally Tomar Rajput - Panchkuli Maratha Rule Sahyadri region including Konkan, Bhor Patan Bairavgad[citation needed]
  • Mahale - Pimpalgaon Baswant, Nashik, Pune.
  • RajeMane - Mhasawad, Rahimatpur,
  • Mane - Visapur, Tasgaon, khujgaon, savarde, Mahuli.
  • Mohite(baji) - Talbid, Koriwale, Rethare Budruk, Shel-Pimpalgaon.
  • RajeMore - Jawali.(Dhulap-Vijaydurg)
  • Nigade-Deshmukh - Shirwal
  • Nalawade - Pune, Satara and Sangli.
  • Chilap - Junnar Pune
  • Nikam - Malegaon-Nashik, Satara.
  • Nimbalkar - Phaltan.
  • Patne - Wai, Satara and Sangli.
  • Pawar - situated bank of River godavari
  • Pol - Tisangi, Savlag (Sangli).
  • Salokhe - Tandulwadi, Sangali.
  • Sawant - Kole , NarsInhpur TaI-Walawa Dist-Sanglli,Kudal, Sawantwadi.
  • RajeShinde or (Scindia) - Satara.
  • Shitole - Ankali.
  • Taware-Parvati-Pune
  • Talokar - Amravati, Akola.
  • Taur - 22 & half villages on the bank of river of "Godavari" in Jalna,Beed.
  • Thorat - Walwa, Sangamner, Daund, Walki.
  • Mehere-Deshmukh - Nagpur, vidharbha.
  • Yadav-Patil - Yelavi, Karad,Sangli and Kolhapur.
  • Yadavas/Jadhavs of Deogiri - Daulatabad, Sangli, Karad and Kolhapur, Sindkhed Raja, Koregaon, Mul-Uruli Kanchan, Vidarbha region, Nashik, Osmanabad, and Satara.
  • Rege (Sarmandal)GSB - Nemawar, Handia and Indore and Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh and Nechad in Maharashtra.

Salute states

The Maratha Salute states, by precedence :

  • Baroda, title Maharaja Gaekwar, Hereditary salute of 21-guns
  • Gwalior, title Maharaja Scindia, Hereditary salute of 21-guns
  • Indore (Holkar State), title Maharaja Holkar, Hereditary salutes of 19-guns (21-guns local)
  • Nagpur, title Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 19-guns
  • Dewas State Senior, title Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 15-guns
  • Dewas State Junior, title Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 15-guns
  • Dhar State, title Maharaja, Hereditary salute of 15-guns
  • Sangli, title Raja, Hereditary salute of 11-guns
  • Bhor, title Raja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns
  • Savantwadi (Sawantwadi), title Raja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns (11-guns local)
  • Mudhol State, title Raja, Hereditary salute of 9-guns

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Non-salute states

Non-salute Maratha states, alphabetically : {{columns-list|2|

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Jagirs

Feudatory minor and petty Maratha estates, alphabetically :

  • Bhoite (a saranjam; capital Jalgaon)
    • (Suryawanshi), title Maharaja, Capital Kata, Hereditary salute of 19-guns|

See also

References

  1. ^ Ramusack, Barbara N. (2007). The Indian princes and their states (Digitally print. version. ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press. pp. 81–82. ISBN 978-0521039895. Retrieved 13 October 2016. 

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