KADANA (Princely State)

AREA: 337 kmē PRIVY PURSE: n/a
VILLAGES: n/a POPULATION: 15,377 (1921)
REVENUE: 120,396Rs (1930)
AGENCY: Rewa Kantha Agency (1930)

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Founded in the 12th century by the younger brother of the founder of Sant Rampur State, the former rulers of Kadana were tributary to Sunth until 1871, at which time, Kadana was declared independent of Sunth. Kadana was absorbed back into Sunth in 1942 due to a lack of heirs. Rulers were....
  • Thakore Shri SURAJMALJI II, Thakore of Kadana -/1794, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Bhimsinghjji Surajmalji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri BHIMSINGHJI SURAJMALJI, Thakore of Kadana 1794/1838, married and had issue. He died 1838.
    • Thakore Shri Vakhatsinghji Bhimsinghji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri VAKHATSINGHJI BHIMSINGHJI, Thakore of Kadana 1838/1871, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Parbatsinghji Vakhatsinghji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri PARBATSINGHJI VAKHATSINGHJI, Thakore of Kadana 1871/1889, married and had issue. He died 1889.
    • Thakore Shri Chhatrasalji Parbatsinghji (qv)
  • Rana Shri CHHATRASALJI PARBATSINGHJI C.I.E., last Rana of Kadana 1889/1942, born 28th January 1889 (#2 p.46) and succeeded 12th April 1889 (#1), he was educated at the Girassia School, Wadhwan and the powers of a 3rd Class State were conferred on the Rana as a herdeitary distinction in 1919. He died spm in 1942.
1. "Indian Annual Register", N. N. Nitra, Calcutta 1945
2. "List Of Ruling Princes And Chiefs In Political Relations With The Government Of Bombay And Their Leading Officials Nobles And Personages", Calcutta: Government of India Central Publication Branch, 1931