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See Jhalawar for namesakes

Jhalawar(zalawad) was the northernmost of the four prants (traditional regions) into which the many feudal units (mostly petty princely states) of Kathiawar on Saurashtra peninsula in present Gujarat (western India) were divided, the others being Halar (west), Gohelwar (southeast) and Sorath (south).

Its salute states were :

Its main non-salute states included this all state rule under the jhala rajputs :

Other petty states, often a single village: Ankevalia, Bamanbore, Bhadvana, Bhalala, Bhalgamda, Bharejda, Bhathan, Bhimora, Chachana, Chhalala, Chobari, Darod State, Devlia, Dudhrej, Gedi State, Gundiali, Jakhan State, Jamar State, Jhampodad, Jhinjhuvada, Kamalpur, Kantharia, Karmad, Karol State, Kesria, Khambhlav, Khandia, Kherali, Laliyad, Matra Timba, Mevasa, Munjpur, Palali State, Rajpur (Jathiawar), Ramparda, Sahuka, Samla, Sejakpur, Sudamda-Dhandalpur, Talsana, Tavi State, Untdi, Vana State, Vanala, Vithalgadh, and Vadekhan