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Khairpur (Pre-independence Pakistan)

Last modified: 2002-03-23 by jonathan dixon
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by Chris Kretowicz, 6 Apr 2001

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About Khairpur

Former princely State of Khairpur Mirs [in Sukkur Agency according to Ed Haynes' site - ed] in [modern day] Sindh Province of Pakistan It was founded 1783, recognized by the British in 1832 and acceded to Pakistan in 1955. The last ruler: Mir Ali Murad Talpur II (1951-54)
Chris Kretowicz, 6 Apr 2001

Description of the flag

The flag of Khairpur consists of the arms of the state on a white square centred on a red saltire with black field.


[Arms of Hunza]
from Chris Kretowicz, 7 Apr 2001

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