Kunihar

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Palace of Kunihar Prncely State
Palace of Kunihar Prncely State 2nd part

Kunihar is a valley town in the Solan district, which is also known as "Hatkot" and "Choti Vilayat." Kunihar is situated, alongside Kuni Rivulet,a small river or Khad in shape of garland or Har so is the name.

Location

Kunihar is situated 42 km from Shimla (going on the way to the Jubarhatti Airport) and 40 km from Solan (going via Subathu).

History

Kunihar was founded in 1154 by Abhoj Dev, a Raghubansi rajput from Akhnoor in Jammu.[citation needed] The state was occupied by Nepal from 1803 to 1815.[1] The rulers of the state used the title of 'Thakur'.

Thakurs of Kunihar

  • 1815 - 1816 Mungri Das
  • 1816 - 1866 Kishen Singh
  • 1866 - 1905 Tegh Singh
  • 1905 - 15 Aug 1947 Hardev Singh

Gallery

See also

http://www.worldstatesmen.org/India_princes_K-W.html

References

  1. ^ http://rulers.org/indstat2.html

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