|Founder||Maharaja Damodar Sakhuwar(Mahato)|
|Current head||Legally abolished (1954)|
|Part of a series on|
|Zamindars of Bengal|
Central Bengal |
(Dhaka Division and Mymensingh Division)
Eastern Bengal |
(Chittagong Division and Sylhet Division)
Northern Bengal |
(Rangpur Division and Rajshahi Division)
(Barishal Division, Khulna Division and Faridpur Division)
Panchkot Raj, also known as Panchkot Zamindari or Kashipur Raj, was a family of Zamindars who ruled in the western fringe areas of present-day West Bengal, India and some of the adjacent areas in present-day Jharkhand.
Post-independence, when the Indian Parliament subjected the Right to property to certain restrictions and states began to initiate aggressive agrarian reforms by passing laws that abolished the Zamindari system, the family approached the Supreme Court. Subsequently, in 1951, a five-bench-judge unanimously ruled in favor of the government.