1934 – 1943 H.H. Meherban Shrimant Maharaja Sadashivrao Jivajirao Pawar [Khase Sahib], Maharaja of Dewas (Junior). b. 12th July 1887, younger son of Shrimant Jivajirao Haibatrao Maharaj Pawar [Khase Sahib], of Kothi Savasthan, sometime Heir Apparent of Dewas (Junior), educ. Daly Coll, Indore; Mayo Coll, Ajmer, Lincoln’s Inn, London and with the Imperial Cadet Corps, Dehra Dun. Chief Minister of Dewas 21/3/1914 – 1918, Mbr Huzur Privy Council of Gwalior 1918-1925, Mbr Gwalior Council of Regency 1925-1934, and Home Minister of Gwalior 1918-1934. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother as Maharaja of Dewas Junior, 4th February 1934. Invested with full ruling powers, at the Durgabagh Palace, Dewas, 9th July 1934. Rcvd: Delhi Durbar silver (1903 & 1911), Silver Jubilee (1935) and Coron. (1937) medals. m. H.H. Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Maharani Parwati Bai Maharaje Sahib Pawar [Jijibai], a lady from the Angre family. He d. at the Durgabagh Palace, Dewas, 2nd December 1943, having had issue, one son and two daughters:
Meherban Shrimant Maharaja Sir Yeshwantrao Sadashivrao Pawar [Bhau Sahib], Maharaja of Dewas (Junior) — see below.
1) Shrimant Maharajkumari Alakananda Raje Sahib Pawar [Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Maharajkumari Alakananda Raje Sahib Jadhav], OBE (c 1.1.1942). b.
at Dewas, 26th July 1907, educ. privately. Presdt Huzur Privy Council 1936-1947. m. at Mhow, ca. 15th February 1924, Shrimant Sardar Ganpatrao Balwantrao Jadhav, Desai Chinchilikar. She had issue, four sons and one daughter:
a) Shrimant Sardar Balwantrao Ganpatrao Jadhav [Bala Sahib], of Guradya, educ. Chandbhag High Sch and The Doon Sch, Dehra Dun.
b) Kumar Gapputirao Ganpatrao Jadhav. b. at Dewas, 6th October 1930.
c) Kumar Rugmangatrao Ganpatrao Jadhav [Appa Sahib], educ. The Doon Sch, Dehra Dun.
d) Kumar Ajaysingh Ganpatrao Jadhav [Gapuli Baba Sahib], educ. The Doon Sch, Dehra Dun, and the Univ of Wisconsin (BA), Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Tea planter with Balmer Lawrie & Co Ltd. m. at Mhow, MP, 11th December 1960, Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Kusumkumri Jadhav (b. at Partabgarh, 17th July 1939), née Maharajkumari Shrimati Bai Sahib Shri Kusum Kumariji Baijilal Sahiba, elder twin daughter of H.H. Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Sir Ram Singhji II Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, KCSI, by his second wife, H.H. Dumraolwala Maharani Shri Meghraj Kumariji Sahiba, second daughter of The Hon Maharaja Sir Keshav Prasad Singh Bahadur, Maharaja of Dumraon, CBE, in Orissa. He d. 1987.
a) Shrimant Premnadabai Sahib Jadhav.
Shrimant Maharajkumari Indirabai Raje Sahib Puar
[Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Indira Bai Raje
Sahib Shitole]. m. at Dewas, 26th
May 1934, Meherban Shrimant Sardar Sarjerao [Bapu
Sahib] Shitole, Desmukh, Sena Hardu, Sah Shri,
Ankliker, adopted son of Lieutenant-Colonel Amir
ul-Umara, Meherban Shrimant Sardar Sir Appajirao
Shitole [Appa Sahib], Desmukh, Sena Hardoo, Sah
Shri, Ankliker, KBE, CIE, of Gwalior. She had
issue, one son and one daughter.
1943 – 
Colonel H.H. Meherban Shrimant Maharaja Sir Yeshwantrao Sadashivrao Pawar [Bhau Sahib], Maharaja of Dewas (Junior), KCIE
(14.8.1947). b. at Dewas, 3rd March 1905, only son of H.H. Meherban Shrimant Maharaja Sadashivrao Jivajirao Pawar [Khase Sahib], Maharaja of Dewas (Junior), by his wife, H.H. Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Maharani Parwati Bai Maharaje Sahib Pawar, educ. Mayo Coll, Indore, Inner Temple, London, and OTC Indore. Presdt Huzur Privy Council and Federation Minister, Dewas State 24/9/1936-1943. Succeeded on the death of his father, 2nd December 1943. Invested with full ruling powers, 17th February 1944. Signed the instrument of accession to the Dominion of India, 1947 and merged his state into the Madhya Bharat Union, 28th May 1948, which subsequently became an integral part of the territory of India 26th January 1950. Hon Maj IA, Hon Col 2nd Btn, Jaipur Infantry. The GOI amended the Indian Constitution to remove his position as a “ruler” and his right to receive privy-purse payments, 28th December 1971. Rcvd:
Indian Independence medal (1948). m. (first) at
Mhow, 8th March 1924, H.H. Shrimant Akhand
Soubhagyavati Maharani Padmaraje Maharaje Sahib Puar. m.
(second) at Cooch-Behar, 19th February 1942 (sep. November 1977),
H.H. Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Maharani Manekadevi
Maharaje Sahib Puar (b. in London, 5th
July 1920; d. March 2011), youngest daughter of H.H. Sri Sri Maharaja
Sir Jitendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, Maharaja of
Cooch-Behar, KCSI, by his wife H.H. Maharani Indira Devi,
sometime Maharani Regent of Cooch-Behar and only daughter
of H.H. Farzand-i-Khas-i-Daulat-i-Inglishia, Shrimant
Maharaja Sir Sayajirao III Gaekwar, Sena Khas Khel
Shamsher Bahadur, Maharaja of Baroda, GCSI, GCIE. He d. 1965, having had issue, two daughters
Shrimant Maharajkumari Durgaraje Sahib Puar
[Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Durga Raje Sahib
Phalke]. b. 1929 (d/o Padmaraje). m.
1952, Shrimant Sardar Arjunrao Phalke, a nobleman
Shrimant Maharajkumari Udaya Raje Sahib Pawar [Srimati Rani Udayadevi Sahiba, Rajmata of Payagpur]. b. 1951 (d/o Maneka Devi). m. 1977, Raja Rudrendra Vikram Singh, Raja of Payagpur (d. December 2005), son of Raja Birindar Vikram Singh, Raja of Payagpur, in the Bahraich district of UP. She had issue, one son and one daughter – see India Zamindars (Payagpur).