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International Journal Of Language, Literature And Culture(IJLLC)

Muslim monuments of the princely state ‘Kotah’

Naseem Bano

International Journal of Language, Literature and Culture (IJLLC), Vol-2,Issue-1, January - February 2022, Pages 15-19, 10.22161/ijllc.2.1.5

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Article Info: Received: 21 Dec 2021, Received in revised form: 03 Feb 2022, Accepted: 11 Feb 2022, Available online: 18 Feb 2022


The princely state of Kota located in the south-eastern part of Rajasthan is the name of the Bhils. Jaitra Singh captured Akelgarh located on the eastern bank of Chambal and killed the Bhil ruler Kotia there. After the name of the same Bhil ruler Kotia, this place was called 'Kota'. Before becoming an independent state in the 17th century, Kota was a small state under the Bundi state. Madho Singh was the first ruler of Kota. Kotah has the realtions and gave their services in the mugal court. In this sequence, various Muslim buildings were constructed here during the period of different rulers.

Tomb, Dargah, Cenotap.

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