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Rai-Sankli is a village and former petty princely state on Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat, western India.


The Sixth Class princely state in Jhalawar prant was ruled by (rare) Kunbi Chieftains. It also comprised a second village.

In 1901 it has a population of 427, yielding a state revenue of 6,579 Rupees (1903-4, nearly all from land), paying a 938 Rupees tribute to the British and the Gaekwar Baroda State.


The rulers of Rai-Sankli were titled 'Amin Shree'. The rulers belonged to chavda clan of Mansa state Trikamji Chavda son of King Raolji Rajsinhji Chavda Married to daughter of Ruler of Rai-Sankli and later became successor of Rai-Sankli and accepted as Kunbi. Rai-Sankli rulers also ruled Hasan Nagar estate.

Amin Shreejis

The Rulers of Princely State of Rai-Sankli and  Hasan Nagar estate were the very first to join to union of India. They faced trouble from British rulers for being freedom supporter and secular.