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image by Jarig Bakker
Source: Ziggiotto (1998).
From Filcher (1984):
PRINCIPALITIES OF DEWAS Jr & Sr
Princely States of Central India, States of Malwa Agency, Present-day Madhya Pradesh
15 Gun Salute (both)
Area: Junior-1, 085 sq. km Senior-1, 163 sq. km
Acceded to Indian Union on June 15, 1948 (both) Founded in 1728 (both)
In 1728, the Pschwa Accord divided this district of Central India between brothers, Tukaji and Sivaji Puar. That's was the beginning of later states, Dewas Sr and Dewas Jr.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 13 January 2003
image by Abhijit Malwade
The Dewas Senior flag has a red color background with Hanuman in
yellow. (source "History of Pawars of Dewas" 1952). The Hanuman posted is slightly different in some details but I
believe that patterns between same flags are frequently manufactured or
embroidered with minor differences.
Jaume Ollé, 19 January 2003
Founded in 1728 by Tukojirao I Kalojirao Pawar.until 1841,both states (Dewas Jr and Dewas Sr) were jointly administered by one minister. Last ruler: H.H. Kshatriya Kulavatana, Sapta Sahasra Senapati Pratinidhi, Shrimant Meherban Maharaja Krishnaji Rao III Vikramsinh Rao alias Aaba Saheb Pawar, Maharaja of Dewas (Senior).(1947-1999) 8th ruler of the state.
Area: 449 Sq. miles.
Population: 83321 (1931)
Acceded to India: 27 June 1948.
Abhijit Malwade, 27 June 2003