AUNDH, a native state of India, in the Deccandivision of
Bombay, ranking as one of the Satara Jagirs. Its area is 447
sq. m.; its population was 63,921 in 1901, showing a decrease
of 2% in the decade. Estimated revenue £9422. The chief,
whose title is Pant Pratinidhi, is a Brahman by caste. The
state has suffered severely from plague. The town of Aundh
is situated 26 m. S.E. of Satara. Pop. about 3500.
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