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Indore was one of the residencies of British India.[1] Indore Residency included most of Indore State, and, after 1933, Rewa State, which formerly belonged to Bagelkhand Agency.[citation needed] It was part of Central India Agency.[citation needed]

British Residents

List of British Residents of the Indore Residency.[2]

References

  1. ^ Imperial gazetteer of India: provincial series, Volume 12. University of California: Supt. of Govt. Print. 1908. p. 200.
  2. ^ Princely States of India