Ranasan State (Parmars)
Princely State of British India
17th century–1943
Flag of Ranasan
Flag
CapitalTalod
Area 
• 1901
78 km2 (30 sq mi)
Population 
• 1901
3,183
History
History 
• Established
17th century
• Attachment Scheme and merger with Baroda State
1943
Succeeded by
Baroda State
Ranasan (Princely State)

The Ranasan State was a small princely state belonging to the Mahi Kantha Agency of the Bombay Presidency during the era of the British Raj. It had its capital in Ranasan village, Talod municipality, Sabarkantha district of present-day Gujarat State.

History

The state was ruled by the Rehvar clan of the Hindu Parmar dynasty of Rajputs.[1]

Ranasan State was merged with Baroda State under the Attachment Scheme on 10 July 1943.[2] Finally, Baroda State acceded to the Indian Union on 1 May 1949.

Rulers

The rulers of Ranasan State bore the title 'Thakur'.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Rajput Provinces of India – Ranasan (Princely State)
  2. ^ McLeod, John; Sovereignty, power, control: politics in the States of Western India, 1916–1947; Leiden u.a. 1999; ISBN 90-04-11343-6; p. 160
  3. ^ Ranasan Princely State

Coordinates: 23°21′N 72°57′E / 23.35°N 72.95°E / 23.35; 72.95