INDIA KUTCH 5 kori 1936 AD / 1993 VS

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INDIA, KUTCH, Khengarji III, 1875-1942, 5 kori, 1936 AD / 1993 VS, silver, 0.4178 ozT, Y67, mottled tone, Unc

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Khengarji III reigned for 66 years. He was a strong modernizer, building railroads, introducing electricity, automobiles, and airplanes, building schools and hospitals.

Kutch is a district of Gujarat state in western India. In ancient times it was Saurashtra. Bhuj is the capital city. The political succession was Magadha, Maurya, Indo-Greek, Indo-Scythian, Western Satraps, Maitrakas, Charans, Kathis, Chavdas, Chalukyas, Vaghelas, and Jadehas, The three Jadehas were consolidated by Khengarji I, 1510-1585. His dynasty ruled until Indian independence in 1947.

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