BANKA PAHARI (Princely State)
|AREA: 13 km2||PRIVY PURSE: 520,000||ACCESSION: 1st January 1950|
|STATE: Madhya Pradesh||DYNASTY: Bundela||RELIGION: Hindu|
|VILLAGE: 1||POPULATION: 1,056 (1901)||REVENUE: 4,000Rs|
|PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY:
Rai Singh of Baragaon near Jhansi, (a descendant of Bir Singh Deo of
had 8 sons who were granted Jagirs, including Dhurwai, Bijna, and Tori.
Umed Singh, the 8th and youngest son received Banka Pahari. The state
held five villages, but four were lost during the Marathi invasion.