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Gwalior (British India)
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by Jorge Candeias
The shade of the flag
In my opinion, the shade of saffron in Baroda and Gwalior is the same (as is generally the case in the saffron monocolor flags because of their same origin).
Gwalior was a former state, India, now part of Madhya Pradesh state; 26,367 square miles; capital Lashkar; one of the five chief Indian states, the dominion of the Sindhia family of Marathas; larger part between Rajputana on W and United Provinces and Central India on E, with Chambal river forming its N and NW boundary; other smaller sections in SW Central India. Title: Maharaja.
Jaume Ollé, 23 March 1998
Jarig Bakker, 11 November 1998