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White Paper on Indian States

Description "White Paper" is, very often, an official version about some national event. Present document is Govt. of India's official version of the composition and Dominion status of Indian states as it existed soon after India's independence in 1947. It also describes the process of integration, democratization and state of accession to the union of India. The white reveals the large number of small princely states which were governed by their ancient rulers.[edit]
Keywords Chamber of Princes, Cripps Plan, Cabinet Mission, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Instrument of Accession, Dominion of India, Deccan States, Gujrat, Kutch, Kathiawar, Gwalior, Patiala, East Punjab, British Crown, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001036
Script Roman
Language English
Custodian Institute Of Sikh Studies
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         106
 
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