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Princely state in alliance with British India (1858–1947)Princely state of Pakistan (1947–1969)

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The State of Swat (Pashto: د يوسفزو رياست سوات) (locally called as Dera Yusufzai) was a province ruled by local rulers from the Yusufzai tribe, then until 1947 a princely state of the British Indian Empire, which was dissolved in 1969, when the Akhwand acceded to Pakistan. The state lay to the north of the modern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (formerly called NWFP) and continued within its 1947 borders until 1969, when it was dissolved. The area it covered is now divided between the present-day districts of Swat, Dir, Buner and Shangla.

The Swat region has been inhabited for more than two thousand years and was known in ancient times as Udyana. The location of Swat made it an important stopping point for many invaders, including Alexander the Great and Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni. In the second century BCE, Swat formed part of the Buddhist civilisation of Gandhara.

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