Dynasty / Name of State : Nawanagar
Ruler / Authority : Vibhaji
Denomination : Dokdo
Metal : Copper
Weight (gm) : 6.7-7
Shape : Round
Calendar System : VS (Vikram Samvat)
Issued Year : 1917
Minting Technique : Die Struck
History of Nawanagar

Nawanagar Princely state was situated in Kathiawar on the south of the Gulf of Kutch. The region is now known as Jamnagar city. It covered an area of 3,791 square miles and as per 1901 census and had a population of 336,779. The rulers used the title of “Jam Sahib” and had close nexus with Rao of Kutch. This state was entitled to 15-gun salutes by the British.

Nawanagar flag was rectangular in shape with three white and red strips each of same size. It was a part of the Kathiawad A...

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