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Mansa State
not known–1948
CapitalMansa, Gujarat
• Established
not known

Mansa State was a princely state located in the present-day state of Gujarat, India having its capital of Mansa. The rulers belonged to the Chavda (Rajput clan).


During the British Raj, Mansa was a third class non-salute state under the Mahi Kantha Agency. It ceased to exist after the Indian independence by accession on 10 June 1948.[1]

Ruling Raols

Reign start Reign end Ruler
Not known Not known Jorajji
Not known Not known Bhimsinhji
Not known 1886 Rajsinhji Bhimsinhji (b. 1850 - d. 18..)
1886 1889 Kesrisinhji Bhimsinhji (d. 1889)
18 May 1889 1934 Takhatsinhji Kesrisinhji (b. 1877 - d. 1934)
17 August 1889 November 1897 Regent
4 January 1934 1947 Sujjansinhji Takhatsinhji (b. 1908 - d. ....)


  1. ^ The Feudatory and zemindari India. 1934.