KEONTHAL , a
See also:hill state in the
See also:Punjab, India, with an
See also:area of 116 sq. m.; pop . (19c1), 22,499; estimated revenue, £4400 . The chief, a
See also:Rajput, received the title of
See also:raja in 1857 . After the Gurkha War in 1815, a portion of Keonthal, which had been occupied by the Gurkhas, was sold to the maharaja of
See also:Patiala, the
See also:remainder being restored to its hereditary chief . In 1823 the
See also:district of Punar was added to the Keonthal state . The raja exercises rights of lordship over the petty states of Kothi, Theog, Madhan and Ratesh .
JOHANN KEPLER (1571-1630)
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