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Ajaigarh, or Adjygurh, is town and a nagar panchayat in the Panna District of Madhya Pradesh state in central India.


, and suffered severely from famine in 1868-1869 and 1896-1897.

The state acceded to the Government of India on January 1, 1950; the ruling chief was granted a privy purse of Rs. 74,700/-, and the courtesy use of his styles and titles. All of these were revoked by the government of India in 1971, at the time when these privileges were revoked from all erstwhile princes. The former princely state became part of the new Indian state of Vindhya Pradesh, and most of the territory of the former state, including the town of Ajaigarh, became part of Panna District, with a smaller portion going to Chhatarpur District. Vindhya Pradesh was merged into Madhya Pradesh on November 1, 1956.

The Royal Family tree Of Ajaygarh

Pancham Singh Bundela : 1048-1071(A.D)
Virbhadra Singh : 1071-1087
Karanpal Singh : 1087-1112
Kinnar Shah : 1112-1130
Shaukan Dev : 1130-1152
Nanak Dev : 1152-1159
Mohanpal Singh : 1159-1197
Abhaybhupati Singh : 1197-1215
Arjunpal Singh : 1215-1231
Virpal Singh : 1231-1251
Sohanpal Singh : 1251-1259
Sahjendra Singh : 1259-1283
Nanak Dev II : 1283-1307
Prithviraj Singh : 1307-1339
Ram Singh : 1339-1375
Ramchandra Singh : 1375-1384
Mednepal Singh : 1384-1437
Arjun Dev : 1437-1468
Malkhan Singh : 1468-1501
Raja Rudraprat

Ramshah Virsingh Dev(1605-1626) | (Banpur) (Orchha)
Pahar Singh Jujhar Singh Bhagwan Rao
(Orchha& Kaniyadana) (Orchha) (Datia)
(Killed by Aurangzeb)
Champat Rai : 1635-1641--Ruled Orchha after Jujhar Singh (Mahewa) was killed by Aurangzeb.
Maharajadhiraja Chhatrasal : 1649-1731 (founder Ruler of many Kingdoms) ___________________________|______________________________ Hirdeshah Jagatraj Bhartichandra (Panna) (Jaitpur) (Jaso) ____________________________|______________________________ Vir Singh Kirat Singh Pahar Singh(1758-1765) ____________________________|______________________________Khuman Singh Guman Singh(1765-1792) Durg Singh(Charkari) (Banda)(No issues)
__________________Son of______
Bhakhat Singh :b.1792-d.1837 (Founder ruler of Ajaigarh) _____________________________|_______________________________ Madho Singh(R.1837-1849) Mahipat Singh(R.1849-1853) (No male issue)

Ranjore Singh(K.C.I.E)___________Vijay Singh(R.1853-1855) (b.1844 d.1919) (Died early, fell from horse) _____________________________|______________________________ Jaipal Singh Bhopal Singh(b.1866-d.1942) Pakshapal Singh (b.
Punyapratap Singh :b.1884-d.1958 _____________________________
Bhupendra Vijay Singh Devendra Vijay Singh :b.1913-d.1984 (Adoption to Jigni) (Privy Purses,titles abolished) __________________________|_________________________________
Kaushalendra V. Singh
Mahipendra V. Singh (b.1934-d.1982) Surendra V. Singh (b.1935- (Predeceased his father) (b.1940-
Shailesh V. Singh Ajayraj Singh Tarunendra V. Singh (b.1969- (b.1971- (b.1971-

Courtesy: Tarunendra V. Singh


Ajaigarh is located at coord|24.9|N|80.27|E|display=inline. [ [http://www.fallingrain.com/world/IN/35/Ajaigarh.html Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Ajaigarh] ] It has an average elevation of 318 metres (1043 feet).


As of 2001 India census [GR|India] , Ajaigarh had a population of 13,979. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Ajaigarh has an average literacy rate of 59%, lower than the national average of 59.5%; with 61% of the males and 39% of females literate. 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.

External links

* [http://www.bundelkhand.in/portal/photo-gallery/Ajaigarh Ajaigarh Photo Gallery]


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