The Northern Circars (also spelt Sarkars) was a division of British India's Madras Presidency. It consisted of a narrow slip of territory lying along the western side of the Bay of Bengal from 15° 40′ to 20° 17′ north latitude, in the present-day Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha.
Rajahmundry Circar or Rajahmundry Sarkar was one of the five Northern Circars in the Golconda Sultanate, Deccan subah of Mughal empire and later in the Nizam's dominion of Hyderabad. The Northern Circars were the most prominent ones in the Deccan subah.
The Northern Circars was a division of British India's Madras Presidency. It consisted of a narrow slip of territory lying along the western side of the Bay of Bengal from 15° 40′ to 20° 17′ north latitude, They became British in a protracted piecemeal process lasting from 1758 to 1823, involving diplomacy and financial settlements rather ...
Northern Circars, the five individual districts making up a former division of British India's Madras Presidency. Rajamundry Sarkar, one among the Northern Circars. Pakhli, an ancient sarkar now part of Hazara, Pakistan. Pakhal Sarkar, an area of Mansehra district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Northern Sarkārs, group of four, later five or six, sarkār s (districts) into which the Afghan emperor Shēr Shah of Sūr (ruled 1540–45) divided his empire. They corresponded roughly to the several districts of present-day northeastern Andhra Pradesh state, India, along the coast of the Bay of Bengal.