Ghorasar is a town and former princely state in Gujarat, western India.


Ghorasar was a Fourth Class princely state and taluka, comprising fourteen more villages, covering sixteen square miles in Mahi Kantha, ruled by Hindu Dabhi Kshatriya Koli Chieftains of Thakor title.[1][2]

It had a combined population of 6,291 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 23,415 Rupees (just over half from land), paying tributes of 3,501 Rupees to the Gaikwar Baroda State and 488 Rupees to Kaira.[3]

On 10 July 1943, Ghorasar ceased to exist, being among the princely states merging under the 'Attachment Scheme' into the Gaekwar Baroda State, following its fate into independent India's Bombay State and after its split from Gujarat.

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  1. ^ Williams, Raymond Brady; Trivedi, Yogi (12 May 2016). Swaminarayan Hinduism: Tradition, Adaptation, and Identity. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199089598.
  2. ^ Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency: Cutch, Palanpur, and Mahi Kantha. Printed at the Government Central Press. 1880.
  3. ^ Hunter, William Wilson (1881). The Imperial Gazetteer of India. Trübner & Company. p. 365.