Banganapalle
Banganapalle

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Administration
Pays Drapeau d'Inde Inde
État et territoire Andhra Pradesh
District Kurnool
Démographie
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Coordonnées 15° 18′ 37″ N 78° 13′ 26″ E / 15.3103700, 78.223846015° 18′ 37″ Nord
       78° 13′ 26″ Est
/ 15.3103700, 78.2238460
  

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Banganapalle

Banganapalle (également appelée Banagana Palli) est une ville de l'État d'Andhra Pradesh, en Inde. Entre 1790 et 1948, Banganapalle était la capitale d'un état princier du même nom. La ville est réputée pour ses mangues dont un cultivar porte d'ailleurs son nom.


Sommaire

La ville

La principauté

Annexée par Hyderabad de 1831 à 1848, Banganapalle fut administrée par les Britanniques. En 1948, le souverain Gholam Ali Khan IV rejoignit l'Inde indépendante.

Dirigeants

Kiladars

  • 1665 - 1686 : Mohammed-Beg Khan (+1686)
  • 1686 - 1759 : Faiz Ali Khan (+1759)
  • 1759 - 1769 : Fazl Ali Khan II (v.1749-1769)
  • 1769 - 1783 : Hussein Ali Khan Ier
  • 1783 - 1822 : Gholam Alî Khân Ier (+1825)
  • 1822 - 1832 : Hussein Ali Khan II (+1848)
  • 1832 - 1848 : annexion par Hyderabad
  • 1848 : Hussein Alî Khân II (rétabli)
  • 1848 - 1868 : Gholam Mohammad Alî Khân II (+1868)
  • 1868 - 1876 : Fath Alî Khân (1849-1905)
Ex-principauté de
Banganapalle
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Fondateur Asad Alî Khân et
Ghulam Alî Khân
Fondée en 1790
Dynastie
Religion chiisme
Superficie 712 km²
Salve 9 coups de canon

Nawabs

  • 1876 - 1905 : Fath Alî Khân
  • 1905 - 1922 : Gholam Alî Khân III (1874-1922)
  • 1922 - 1948 : Fazl Alî Khân III (1901-1948)
  • 1948 : Gholam Ali Khan IV (1925-1983)

Chefs de la Maison Royale (nawabs titulaires)

  • 1948-1983 : Gholam Ali Khan IV
  • 1983 -  : Fazl Ali Khan IV, né en 1959

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