Akalkot

17° 31′ 00″ N 76° 12′ 00″ E / 17.5167, 76.2

Ex-principauté d'Akalkot
Drapeau Akalkot.png
Fondateur Fateh Singh
Fondée en 1725
Clan marathe Bhonsla
Religion hindoue
Superficie 1 290 km²
Salve 0 coups de canon

Akkalkot (Marathi:अक्कलकोट, Kannara:ಅಕ್ಕಲಕೂಟೆ) est une ancienne principauté et une ville appartenant au district du Solapur dans l'état indien du Maharashtra. La ville est située à la frontière entre le Maharashtra et le Karnataka.

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Histoire de la principauté

La principauté, sur laquelle régna des radjahs jusqu'en 1948, fut intégrer dans l'Etat du Maharashtra.

Dirigeants : Radjahs

  • 1725 - 1757 : Fateh Singh Râo Ier Bhonsla
  • 1757 - ? : Shahaji Râo Ier Bhonsla
  • 1789 - 1822 : Fatehsinh Râo II Bhonsla (1770-1822)
  • 1822 - 1823 : Maloji Râo Ier Bhonsla (1803-1823)
  • 1823 - 1857 : Shahaji Râo II Bhonsla (1822-1857)
  • 1857 - 1870 : Maloji Râo II Bhonsla (1837-1870)
  • 1870 - 1896 : Shahaji Râo III Bhonsla (1867-1896)
  • 1896 - 1923 : Fatehsinh Râo III Bhonsla (1894-1923)
  • 4 avril 1923 - 1948 : Vijayasinh Râo Bhonsla (1915-1952)

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