Ajaigarh was the capital of a regal condition of a similar name amid the British Raj. Ajaigarh was established in 1765 by Guman Singh, a bundela Rajput who was the nephew of Raja Pahar Singh of Jaitpur. After Ajaigarh was caught by the British in 1809, it turned into a regal state in the Bundelkhand Agency of the Central India Agency. It had a region of 771 square miles (2,000 km2), and a populace of 78,236 out of 1901. The rulers bore the title of sawai maharaja. He told an expected yearly income of about £15,000/ - , and paid a tribute of Rs .460/ - . The boss dwelled at the town of Nowgong, at the foot of the slope post of Ajaigarh, from which the state took its name. This fortification.