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Kotah, a native state of Rajputana, India, having an area of 3,797 square miles, sloping gradually to the N. from the tableland of Malwa, and crossed from S.E. to N.W. by the Mckandarra range of mountains. It is fertile and well-cultivated, but the climate is extremely hot in the dry season, and in the wet season very unwholesome. The principal exports are opium and grain. The capital, Kotah, is a large, irregularly built walled city near the right bank of the Chumbul, and has some fine temples.