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Map of the four prants of Kathiawar, 1855

Gohelwar was one of the four prants or traditional provinces of Saurashtra, the others being Jhalawar or Jhalavad, Halar, and Sorath.

Gohelwar covered the southeast of the Kathiawar peninsula, and roughly corresponds to the modern Bhavnagar District and Amreli District.

Princely states

Its salute states were :

The major non-salute states included:

Several more princely estates and states existed in this region, however, they would typically own only one or two villages.