Hill States

Some articles on hills, state, hill states, hill:

Himachal Pradesh - History
... Timur and Sikander Lodi also marched through the lower hills of the state and captured a number of forts and fought many battles ... Several hill states acknowledged Mughal suzerainty and paid regular tribute to the Mughals ... After the defeat the Gorkhas began to expand towards the south of the state ...
Kangra-Lambagraon - History
... with the Gorkhas ruling the then nascent state of Nepal ... The Gorkhas and the recently humbled hill-states allied to invade Kangra in 1806 ... By that treaty, Raja Sansar Chand surrendered his (now largely notional) state to Ranjit Singh, in return for a substantial fief to be held under the suzerainty of the latter ...
Agriculture In Himachal Pradesh - History
... Timur and Sikander Lodi also marched through the lower hills of the state and captured a number of forts and fought many battles ... Several hill states acknowledged Mughal suzerainty and paid regular tribute to the Mughals ... the Gorkhas began to expand towards the south of the state ...
Gurmukhī Alphabet - Origins
... differences started to appear between the Sharada script used in Punjab, the Hill States (partly Himachal Pradesh) and Kashmir ... of the Sharada script, and is found mainly in the Hill States, such as Chamba, where it is called Chambyali and in Jammu, where it is known as Dogri ... variants got the status of official scripts in some of the Punjab Hill States, and were used for both administrative and literary purposes until the 19th century ...

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