LUNAVADA, a native state in India, in the Gujarat division of Bombay. Area, 388 sq. m.; pop. (1901) 63,967, showing a decrease of 28 % in the decade, due to famine. The chief, whose title is maharana, is a Rajput of high lineage. Estimated revenue, 12,000; tribute, 1000. The capital is Lunavada town, said to have been founded in 1434; pop. (1901) 10,277.
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