Koli princely state of Ilol
ઇલોલ રજવાડા
Recognised regional languagesGujarati
Ethnic groups
Demonym(s)Koli people
Today part ofGujarat


Ilol was a Fourth class Princely state and taluka, comprising four more villages, covering nineteen square miles in Mahi Kantha, ruled by Hindu Makwana Kolis Chieftain of Jhala dynasty and adopted the Title of Thakor.[1]

It had a combined population of 3,806 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 20,982 Rupees (three quarters from land), paying tributes of 1,863 Rupees to the Maharaja Gaikwad of Baroda State, 428 Rupees to Idar State and 17 Rupees to Ahmadnagar State.

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

External links and sources


  1. ^ Lethbridge, Sir Roper (2005). The Golden Book of India: A Genealogical and Biographical Dictionary of the Ruling Princes, Chiefs, Nobles, and Other Personages, Titled Or Decorated of the Indian Empire. New Delhi, India, Asia: Aakar Books. pp. 189: THAKUR WAKHATSINGHJI DIPSINGHJI, Thákur of ILOL, A Ruling Chief, Born 1864, succeeded to the Gadi 16th April 1866. Belongs to a Koli (Hindu) family, was educated at the Rájkumár College, Rájkot. The State of Ilol is tributary to the Gaekwár, and also to Idar. square miles, its population is 5603, chiefly Hindus. ISBN 9788187879541.((cite book)): CS1 maint: date and year (link)