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List of Maratha dynasties and states

Map of India under the British East India Company, 1857 (Oxford University Press, 1907)
India and Burma in the year 1857: Maratha states occupy regions in central and western India

Partial list of Maratha dynasties and Maratha princely states.

Maratha dynasties and clans were spread across Maharashtra and other Indian states. Some of the major clans and their respective places of origin were:

Contents

  • Within the present day Maharashtra 1
  • Outside the present day Maharashtra 2
  • Maratha Princely States 3
  • See also 4

Within the present day Maharashtra

The list of the historical Maratha Princely States within the present day Maharashtra is given hereinbelow.

Ruler/s Area/s ruled within the present day Maharashtra.
Bhoite Satara, Kolhapur, Jalgaon
Bhonsle Kolhapur, Satara, Nagpur, Akkalkot, Sawantwadi, Venegaon, Barshi, Mungi, Nannaj
Dhamale Mulshi, Maval, Pune
Dhumal Veer, Pasure, Jogawadi, Bramhanghar (Pune)
Dubal Karad
Gavhane Ahemadnagar,Beed
Gaekwad (Gaikwad) Kaulane, Malegaon, Nashik, Kille-Dharur, Beed, Kondhapuri, Kolwadi
Ghatge (or Ghadge) Malavadi, Mol, Budh, Diskal, Rajapur, Satara, Kagal, Kolhapur
Ghorpade Venegaon (Satara), Kapshi (Senapati),Kolhapur.
Jagadale Masur, Dangirewadi, Budh, Bidal
Jagtap Saswad (Pune) & Satara
Jathar Visapur (Ahmednagar)
Jedhe Kari
Kadam Pune, Satara and Sangli
Kakade Pune, Baramati, Yawali (Barshi),Theur
Kale-Deshmukh Satara
Mahadik Satara, Nagpur, Kolhapur
Mane Mhasawad, Rahimatpur, Visapur (Tasgaon, Udgaon(Kolhapur), Mangur, Kasaba Sangaon, Kawaji Khotwadi (Sangli), Charegaon (satara)
Mohite Talbid, Koriwale, Shel-Pimpalgaon
More Jawali
Nalawade Pune, Satara and Sangli
Nehe Nashik, Pune
Nikam Malegaon-Nashik
Nimbalkar Phaltan
Patne Wai, Satara and Sangli
Pol Tisangi, Savlag (Sangli)
Salokhe Tandulwadi, Sangali
Sawant Kudal , Sawantwadi
Shinde or (Scindia) Satara
Shitole Ankali
Talokar Amravati, Akola
Thorat Walwa, Sangamner, Daund, Walki
Yadava-Deshmukh Aundh, Kadepur
Yadava-Patil Yelavi, Sangli and Kolhapur
Yadavas / Jadhavs of Deogiri, Daulatabad, Sangli and Kolhapur, Sindkhed Raja, Koregaon, Mul-Uruli Kanchan, Vidarbha region, Nashik, Osmanabad, and Satara
Zende Saswad, Pune

Outside the present day Maharashtra

The list of the historical Maratha Princely States outside the present day Maharashtra is given hereinbelow.

Ruler/s Area/s ruled outside the present day Maharashtra Present State
Bhonsle Thanjavur State Tamil Nadu.
Chavan (or Chauhan) Jath State Karnataka
Chavan (or Chauhan) Bundi State and Ajmer State Rajasthan
Gaekwad (Gaikwad) Vadodara State Gujarat.
Ghorpade Mudhol State Karnataka
Holkar Indore Madhya Pradesh
Jadhav (or Yadavas of Deogiri) Indore Madhya Pradesh
Jagtaps Some parts Karnataka
Puars (or Pawars) Dewas State and Chhatarpur State Madhya Pradesh
Puars (or Pawars) Dhar State Rajasthan
Shinde or (Scindia) Gwalior State Madhya Pradesh

Maratha Princely States

The Marathas ruled much of India in the period immediately preceding the consolidation of British rule in India. The Maratha states came to form the largest bloc of princely states in the British Raj, in terms of territory and population.

Prominent Maratha states included:

Ruins of the Raigad Fort which served as a capital of Maratha Empire in the 17th century

See also

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