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Indian Princely State

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[Suket] by Jorge Candeias

Sources: Indian Princely States, Ziggioto (1998)

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The flag found at Haynes' Indian Princely States is a horizontal bicolour of red over green.
Jorge Candeias, 5 May 2002

On we find that Suket was an 11 gun salute state, area: 1,015 km2, located in Himachal Pradesh.
Jarig Bakker, 5 May 2002

Princely States of Punjab (Eastern), Jullundur Division, Present-day Himachal Pradesh
11 Gun Salute
Area: 1, 015
Acceded to the Union of India on April 15, 1948, Founded about 765 AD

"State flag of the Principality of Suket is a rectangular bicolor of two horizontal bands: red (for the Martyrs) over green ( for the forests). The flag of the prince is the same but with the head of the tiger displayed in the middle, in natural colors - orange and black."
Chrystian Kretowicz, 15 January 2003

Prince's flag

[Suket] Chrystian Kretowicz