Line of succession to the former throne of Dungarpur

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The line of succession to the former throne of Dungarpur, among the eminent Indian salute principalities, was by male primogeniture. Dungarpur State merged with the Union of India in March 1949.[1]

  • Simple silver crown.svg Bijaya Singh, Maharawal of Dungarpur (1887-1918)
    • Simple silver crown.svg Lakshman Singh, Maharawal of Dungarpur (1908-1989)
      • Mahipal Singh II, Maharawal of Dungarpur (born 1931)
        • (1). Maharajkumar Shri Harshvardhan Singh, Yuvraj of Dungarpur (born 1956)
      • (2). Maharaj Shri Jai Singh (born 1934)
        • (3). Kanwar Shri Yashraj Singh
    • Maharaj Shri Virbhadra Singh (1909-1972)
      • (4). Maharaj Shri Samar Singh (born 1940)
        • (5). Kanwar Shri Shivendra Singh (born 1969)
        • (6). Kanwar Shri Sudhir Singh (born 197-)
          • (7). Bhanwar Shri Udai Singh
          • (8). Bhanwar Shri Aditya Singh (born 2008)
    • Maharaj Shri Pradyuman Singh (1918-1988)
      • (9). Maharaj Shri Anirudh Singh (born 1944)
        • (10). Kanwar Shri Shakti Singh
          • (11). Bhanwar Shri Aprajit Singh
      • (12). Maharaj Shri Manvendra Singh (born 1947)
        • (13). Kanwar Shri Rishi Raj Singh (born 1971)
      • (14). Maharaj Shri Indrajit Singh
        • (15). Kanwar Shri Parakram Singh
      • (16). Maharaj Shri Narendra Singh
        • (17). Kanwar Shri Kushagra Raj Singh
        • (18). Kanwar Shri Ekagra Raj Singh (born 19-)

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References

  1. ^ a b Buyers, Christopher. "Dungarpur-India (Salute States)". Retrieved 29 April 2017.
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