A report on Ratlam district and Ratlam State

A map showing the division of Ratlam and Sailana.
Painting of Padam Singh, the Raja of Ratlam (1773–1800)
A map showing the division of Ratlam and Sailana.
Sajjan Singh, the Maharaja of Ratlam, riding with Lt. Gen. Rimington and Sir Partab Singh. Linghem, France, 28 July 1915
Raja Bhairon Singh (b.1839–d.1864)

The state's capital was Ratlam town in modern Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh.

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Ratlam District was created after Indian independence in 1947, out of the territory of several princely states, including Ratlam State, Jaora State, Sailana State and Piploda State.

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Ratlam, known historically as Ratnapuri (lit.

Ratlam, known historically as Ratnapuri (lit.

Padam Singh of Ratlam
Ratlam Junction
Mahi Railway Bridge Ratlam
Idol of Adinath at Bibrod Tirth

It is the administrative headquarters of Ratlam district, which was created in 1947 after the independence of India.

Ratlam State was founded in 1652 by a great-grandson of Raja Udai Singh of Jodhpur, namely Raja Ratan Singh Rathore, son of Mahesh Das of Jalore.