|LOCATION: Bombay (now
Karnataka), Dharwar Dist.
|DYNASTY: Ghorpade||RELIGION: Hindu|
|PRESENT RULER: (Dharwar,
|PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY:
of the family was Shri Valabhasinh Cholaraj Ghorpade, the second son of
Raja Cholaraj Ghorpade of Mudhol.
The estate was recognized by the British Government as a saranjam and
declared by the Bombay High Court in 1868 to be partible, the issue was
re-examined in 1891 and the Government passed a Resolution
in 1891 stating that “the whole of the Gajendragad estate was a
saranjam continuable as hereditary in the fullest sense of the