|late 18th century–1948|
|late 18th century|
|Today part of||India|
The Dedhrota is a village and a former Princely state in Gujarat, India.
Dedhrota was a sixth class princely state in the Sabar Kantha Thana in Mahi Kantha Agency and ruled by Koli chieftains. It have two more villages and a population of 725 souls. It's annual revenue was 2,203 and tributary to the Baroda State. It was covering an area of 10 square miles. It was a Jurisdictional state.
The rulers of Dedhrota bore the title of Thakur or Thakore.