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Khandela was one of the Shekhawati States, subject to Jaipur, Rajasthan. Details can be seen on the various Forts, Palaces & "Havelis", which are nearly all hotels now.
The flag has a light blue staff stripe and golden yellow.
John Duncan McMeekin, 18 September 2013
Khandela was split into 2 Divisions (Pania) in 1688, each Branch had nothing to do with the other until 1947. Each ruler had the title of Raja.
Khandela State (Bada Pana) or the Senior Division.
About 752.90 Square Miles / 1,950 km2
The flag is described as a plain "Pitamber" (yellow) flag with a light-blue stripe running down the hoist, the flag-staff has a spear-head on top, decorated with a red "Jhabba" (small red cloth as can be seen on top of some other flags in the area).
Khandela State (Chhota Pana) or Junior Division.
About 501.93 Square Miles / 1,950 km2
A plain "Pitamber" (yellow) flag with a light-blue stripe running down the hoist, the flag-staff has a spear head-head on top. This flag is without the red "Jhabba" (shown above).
Source of information = "Territory, Polity & Status - A Study of Shekhawats" by B. L. Meharda, Rawat Publications, New Delhi, 2006