Rajoli Zamindari Estate

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Rajoli Zamindari Estate was a non-salute princely state with its seat at Rajoli, Maharashtra.

The Zamindari Estate of Rajoli was founded in 1775-76 by the Rahim Ali Khan, A grant signed by the Bhonsla Raja in 1775 stated that it had been held by the family for many years. The family is believed to have been a branch of that of Rahim Ali Khan, the governor of Dongartal. Rajoli Zamindari Comes under Central Provinces and Berar It acceded to the Union of India on 27 April 1948.

Rajoli Chief are known as Nawab of Rajoli or Rajoli Nawab . Last Of Ruling Chief of Rajoli was Nawab Nazeer Mohammad.[1] [2]

References

  1. ^ https://archive.org/stream/indexgeographic00unkngoog/indexgeographic00unkngoog_djvu.txt
  2. ^ http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/william-wilson-hunter/the-imperial-gazetteer-of-india-volume-11-tnu/page-47-the-imperial-gazetteer-of-india-volume-11-tnu.shtml

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