Agriculture was one of the major occupations of the populace of Rajgarh State. Opium and grain were the main products of trade in the region. After India achieved independence from the British administration in the year 1947, the last Rawat of the princely state of Rajgarh acceded to the newly formed Union of India. The territory of Rajgarh was incorporated into the state of Madhya Bharat that was created by the western region of the erstwhile British India's Central India Agency of princely states. Later in the year 1956, Madhya Bharat was merged with the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
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