Learn an unknown facts about History of Jind Princely State

When it comes to history of India, we are not aware about various aspects. As India celebrates its 71st Independence Day, it is very important for us to be aware about our glorious history. Our country comprised of about 562 princely states and today, let us learns about the history of Jind. There are several websites that explain Jind history in detail, but you can be sure about the authenticity of these facts.

Jind History
History of Jind

The rulers of Jind Princely state belonged to the Phulkian dynasty and it was founded in 1763. The total area of Jind state was 1,299 square miles and its total population was 3, 61,812 according to the census report of 1941. The three tehsils were Sangrur, Jind and Dadri, out of which Dadri was the largest. It was also ruled by the Scindhia dynasty of the Maratha Empire. Punjabi kingdoms of these states paid tributes to the Marathas. The Second Anglo-Maratha War which took place between 1803 and 1805 was lost by Marathas. On 25th April 1809 Jind became a British protectorate. Jind state history talks about several important rulers under the British Regime. Finally, the Jind state became a part of India in 1947. The signing of accession to India took place on 20th August 1948, and Jind stage became a part of the Patiala and East Punjab States Union. Today, the province is a part of Indian state of Haryana.

There are several other interesting facts about history of Jind that many of us are not aware about. If you really want to get to the depths of Jind princely state, it is advised by prominent historians that one should read books that share accurate information, rather than looking up for Jind history randomly on the internet. So, start exploring the fascinating stories behind the history of Jind Princely state right away!


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