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Sanjeli - Indian Princely State

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[Sanjeli] image by Chrystian Kretowicz

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From Filcher (1984):

Bombay Presidency, Rewa Kantha Agency, Present-day Gujarat
No gun salute - too small
Area: 88 sq. km
Acceded to the Union of India on June 10, 1948

The Principality of Sanjeli has a rectangular flag with a white field on which are three linings in the form of the letter "L", and placed so that there is a white bar along the hoist and two other L-formed white linings between the red linings. In the remaining space are a bow and arrow, and on the top of the arrow is a crown, in the middle of which is a plant with five leaves on a pedestal consisting of two steps. All in red.
Blas Delgado Ortiz, 11 January 2003