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Valsna or Walasna is a former minor princely state, and presumably its eponymous seat, in Gujarat, western India.[citation needed]

History

The Fifth Class state and taluka in Mahi Kantha comprised ten villages, covering 21 square miles.

It had a combined population of 2,749 in 1901, yielding a state revenue of 5,953 Rupees (mostly from land), paying a tribute of 280 Rupees to the Gaekwar Baroda State.[citation needed]

Rulers

Its rulers were styled Thakur[citation needed]

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