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Warahi Junior (Princely State)

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Information

DynastyMalik
Revenue₹ 15,000
Area103.6 km2
Villages5
Population1,253 (1921)
ReligionMuslim

Short History

The Malek Shri exercised the powers of a Second Class Magistrate in criminal matters and heard civil suits up to the value of 500Rs. Succession was governed by the rule of primogeniture.

Predecessors

  • Malek Shri HAMIRKHANJI BHAKARJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi, married and had issue.
    • Malek Shri Lakhaji Hamirkhanji, 1st Malek Saheb of Warahi-Senior
    • Malek Shri Pirojkhanji Hamirkhanji [Firuzkhanji], 1st Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior (see below)
    • Kumar Shri Ravaji Hamirkhanji
    • Kumar Shri Sedadkhanji Hamirkhanji, married and had issue.
      • Kumar Shri Hamirkhanji Sedadkhanji, married and had issue.
        • Kumar Shri Sedadkhanji Hamirkhanji, married and had issue.
          • Kumar Shri Hamirkhanji Sedadkhanji
  • Malek Shri PIROJKHANJI HAMIRKHANJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior, married and had issue.
    • Malek Shri Lakhaji Pirojkhanji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Akherajji Pirojkhanji
  • Malek Shri LAKHAJI PIROJKHANJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior, married and had issue.
    • Malek Shri Adhesinhji Lakhaji (qv)
  • Malek Shri ADHESINHJI LAKHAJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior, married and had issue.
    • Malek Shri Muradkhanji Adhesinhji (qv)
  • Malek Shri MURADKHANJI I ADHESINHJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior, married and had issue.
    • Kumari Hamubai
    • Malek Shri Ravaji Muradkhanji (qv)
  • Malek Shri RAVAJI MURADKHANJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior, married and had issue.
    • Kumar Shri Gajukhanji Ravaji, he died young.
    • Malek Shri Muradkhanji II Ravaji (qv)
  • Malek Shri MURADKHANJI RAVAJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior 1911/-; born 9th October 1889, succeeded 18th August 1911, married and had issue. He died after 1939.
    • Malek Shri Ravaji Muradkhanji (qv)
  • Malek Shri RAVAJI MURADKHANJI, Malek Saheb of Warahi-Junior, born 29th March 1923

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