The Chitravav (Divani) is a village in Rajkot Taluka of Rajkot district, Gujarat, India and former petty Rajput princely state.


During the British Raj period, it was a separate-tribute paying estate under the Chamardi thana in Gohilwad prant, one of many under the colonial authority of the Eastern Kathiawar Agency. It is fifteen miles north-west of Chamardi and was held by Gohil Rajputs originally Bhayat of Bhavnagar State. The taluka consisted only of the single village.[1]

The population according to the census of 1872 was 315 and according to that of 1881 321 souls. In 1901, it had a population of 246, yielding a state revenue of 2,200 Rupees (nearly all from land), paying a tribute of 529 Rupees, to the Gaekwad Baroda State and Junagadh State.


  1. ^ Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency: Kathiawar (Public Domain text). Vol. VIII. Printed at the Government Central Press, Bombay. 1884. p. 405.

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