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Pratapgarh was a Rajput estate or Jagir of Oudh, India. The rulers of the estate were originally ruling from a place known as Taroul or Tiroul near Allahabad. The ancestor of the family was Babu Sujan Shah, son of Raja Sangram Shah of Tiroul. Later a descendant, Babu Pratap Singh (1628–1683) came to the region known as Rampur and built a fort, and gave the city its current name, Pratapgarh.
Raja's of PratapgarhEdit
- Babu Pratap Singh (1628–1682)
- Babu Jai Singh (1682–1728)
- Babu Chhataradari Singh
- Babu Prithvipat Singh
- Babu Duniapat Singh
- Raja Bahadur Singh
- Raja Abhiman Singh
- Raja Gulab Singh
- Raja Ajit Singh (1877–1889)
- Raja Pratap Bahadur Singh (1889–1921)
- Raja Ajit Pratap Singh (1921–2000), crowned at the age of four, Member of Parliament of 3rd & 4th Lok Sabha.
- Raja Abhay Pratap Singh (2000–2013), Member of Parliament of 10th Lok Sabha.
- Raja Anil Pratap Singh (2013–present)
Other estates in Pratapgarh districtEdit
- Bhadri was an estate near Kunda of Pratapgarh.
- ^ Roper Lethbridge (2005). The golden book of India (illustrated ed.). Aakar. p. 479. ISBN 978-81-87879-54-1.