The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Harisinhji Jaisinhji
Harisinhji Jaisinhji, Thakur Sahib; s. of late Thakur Sahib Jaisinhji; b., 1845; is of the same family as that of the Rao of Cutch; area of the State, 283 sq miles; population, 22,000; revenue, 11 lakhs; a 2nd class Chief in the Agency of Kathiawar and is entitled to a salute of 9 guns; many public buildings have been erected by him, the most important of them being the Victoria Dispensary, the Prichard Girls’ School, a clock tower and a few temples; Pays tribute not only to the British Government but to the Geakwar of Baroda as well; Heir: Kumar Shri Daulatsinhji. b. 1865. Address: Dhrol, Kathiawar, Bombay Presidency, India.