view of the attitude of the Nawabs towards the shrine, it was stipulated that no insult
should be offered to Hindu religion in Prabhasa Patan, that no taxes should be
levied on the Hindu pilgrims, that 2,000 koris should be paid annually by Junagadh for the
support of the clerk and to meet the expenses of the temple.
The settlement known as Kalambandi was arrived at in 1813. Things went on
smoothly till 1820. In that year, however, the sovereignty over Kathiawar was transferred
to the British who began to allow the Nawabs of Junagadh to impose restrictions on
pilgrims to the shrine.