History

HISTORY OF BOUDH

As far as the history of Boudh District is concerned, the native rulers of Boudh were incompetent and they ceded their territory without any resistance to everyone who campaigned the kingdom of Boudh District. Raja Jogindar Dev was benevolent and generous and introduced the English education in the state. During his regime, Boudh has made a considerable progress in the field of modern education and culture. His sudden death in 1913, results in the numerous uprising and rebellions throughout the District, which was successfully suppressed by Raja Narayan Dev. Raja Narayan Dev was the last ruler of Boudh state, when it was merged with Odisha province on 1st January 1948. Finally in 1994, the Boudh was raised to the status of a separate functioning District on 2nd January 1994.

  • BOUDH UNDER THE LATER BHANJAS 8th and 9th century
    • The genealogy of the 44 Bhanja rulers according to Boudh Rajavamsavali
  • BOUDH UNDER MUSLIMS- Afgan Rule-(1572 A.D-1576 A.D)
  • BOUDH UNDER MUGHALS(1576 A.D-1707 A.D)
  • BOUDH UNDER THE NAIB NAZIMS OF BENGAL(1707 A.D-1751 A.D)
  • BOUDH UNDER MARATHA RULE (1751 A.D-1803 A.D)
  • BOUDH UNDER BRITISH RULE (1803 A.D-1948A.D)