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Chhota-Udepur, a princely state in western India, was formally known as Rewa Kantha.

The rulers belong to the Chauhan dynasty and have descended from the legendary Prithviraj Chauhan, who once ruled Delhi, but was, through treachery, defeated in battle by a Muslim invader named Mohamed Ghori....
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The rulers of Chhota-Udepur were very fond of art and architecture so they constructed beautiful Palaces including Kali-Niketan, which was formally known as Nahar Villa, but was later changed, in honour of the family Goddess, Mahakali, to Kali-Niketan, which means the abode of Goddess Kali...
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