Mandi & Suket States Gazetteers Of Year 1904

Consists of information about geographical, topographical features such as river systems, Geology, Fauna, and Flora such as wild animals and plant species; demographic patterns such as births and deaths, socio-religious variations such as distinctions of caste, religion and language, major occupations in agriculture, industry and commerce; governmental administrative systems. Was a native state of British India, within the Punjab with Mandi, Himachal Pradesh as its capital. The state of Mandi, which included two towns and 3,625 villages, was part of the States of the Punjab Hills in the Himalayas. Suket State was one of the Princely states of India during the period of the British Raj. The capital of the state was Pangna.