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Alternative spelling Rajpootana

Also see Rajputana Agency

Rajputana was a region in India that included mainly the present-day Indian state of Rajasthan, together with some adjoining areas.

Railway colonies

"Ajmere, Bandikui, Phulera, Gangapur City, Kota, Jodhpur... these were great railway colonies and hence these were hotspots of the Anglo-Indian community"[1]

External links

Historical books online

  • Letters written in a Mahratta camp during the year 1809 by Thomas Duer Broughton. First published 1813, this edition 1892 Archive.org
  • Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, or The Central and Western Rajput States of India by Lieut-Colonel James Tod, late Political Agent to the Western Rajput States. Originally published in two volumes 1829 and 1832 with title Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, or the Central and Western Rajpoot States of India. 2nd edition, published in two volumes 1877-9. 1920 reprint editions edited with an introduction and notes by William Crooke.
1920 editions Volume I, Volume II, Volume III Archive.org
Volume I, 1829, Volume II 1832. Archive.org.
Later reprint editions, Archive.org.
Mewar or Marwar or Udaipur Residency was one of the eight political charges into which Rajputana was divided. Also known as Jodhpur State.