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Indian Princely State

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[Jhabua] by Blas Delgado Ortiz

Source: Ziggiotto (1998).

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Ed Haynes' Indian Princely States recorded:

Central Province - Malva (present-day Madhya Pradesh)
11 gun salute
Dynasty: Rathore
Religion: Hindu
Area: 3,460
Population (in 1892): 92,938
State founded by Raja Kesho Das Rathore in 1600; acceded to the Union of India on June 15, 1948

Principality of Jhabua has a rectangular flag in red color with white feet of Vishnu in its center
Blas Delgado Ortiz, 9 January 2002

Ziggioto (1998) differs slightly, noting "The flag of de State of Jhabua was saffron red, swallow-tailed with in the canton the white footprints of Krsna (used 1607-1948). The prince's standard was rectangular in the same colors and in the center the same footprints (probably referring to an episode in the Purana." The image in Ziggioto's book was made by Lucien Philippe and Roberto Breschi.
Jarig Bakker, 9 January 2003

Prince's standard

[Jhabua] by Blas Delgado Ortiz

Source: Ziggiotto (1998).