Line of succession to the former throne of Rajpipla

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The line of succession to the former throne of Rajpipla, one of the principal Indian salute states, was by male primogeniture. Ruled by the Gohil Rajput clan, the former Rajpipla State is now a constituent part of the Indian state of Gujarat.[1]

Line of succession

  • Simple silver crown.svg Gambhirsinhji, Raja of Rajpipla (1846-1897)
    • Simple silver crown.svg Chhatrasinhji, Raja of Rajpipla (1862-1915)
      • Simple silver crown.svg Vijaysinhji, Maharaja of Rajpipla (1890-1951)
        • Simple silver crown.svg Rajendrasinhji, Maharaja of Rajpipla (1912-1963)
        • Maharaj Shri Indrajit Singh (1925-1964)
          • (2). Maharaj Shri Indra Vikram Singh (born 1955)
            • (3). Rajkumar Shri Vishvajit Singh (born 1983)
          • (4). Maharaj Shri Indra Vadan Singh (born 1957)
            • (5). Rajkumar Shri Chandra Vadan Singh (born 1988)
        • (6). Maharaj Shri Rajsinhji (born 1940)
      • Maharaj Shri Champaksinhji (1900-1969)
        • Rajkumar Shri Virendrasinji
          • (7). Kunwar Shri Premjitsinhji (born 1957)
            • (8). Kunwar Shri Jaysinh (born 1996)
    • Rajkumar Shri Ramsinhji (1869 - ?)
      • Kunwar Shri Prithirajsinhji (1893 -?)
        • Kunwar Shri Duleepsinhji (1921-2012)
          • (9). Kunwar Shri Randhir Sinh (born 1947)
            • (10). Kunwar Shri Abhay Sinh (born 1976)
          • (11). Kunwar Shri Yashoraj Sinh
            • (12). Kunwar Shri - Sinh
            • (13). Kunwar Shri - Sinh
          • (14). Kunwar Shri Bharat Sinh
            • (15). Kunwar Shri - Sinh

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References

  1. ^ a b Buyers, Christopher. "Rajpipla-India (Salute States)". Retrieved 11 October 2016. 
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