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Indian Princely State

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[Kishengarh] by Jorge Candeias

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Source: Indian Princely States

Kishengarh - Former Indian state, now part of Rajasthan, NW India; 837 square miles; made treaty with British government 1818; became member of Union of Rajasthan Jun 26, 1947. Capital Kishengarh, founded 1611, Ajmer district. Title: chief. Present name Kishangarh (not to be confused with 2 other Kishangarh's in Rajasthan).
Jarig Bakker, 12 November 1998

Princely States of Rajputana-Rajasthan, Rajasthan Residency, Present-day Rajasthan
15 Gun Salute
Area: 2, 222
Acceded to the Union of India on April 7, 1949, Founded in 1611

The flag of the State of Kishangarh is rectangular with three horizontal equally wide stripes black - white - red; the width is smaller then the height (?)