Maharashtra, who started the day with a lead of eight gold medals over second placed Delhi, now have 41 gold medals, having picked up nine on Saturday.
They also have 33 silver and 42 bronze for a total of 116 medals, a media release issued here said.
Haryana have 29 gold, 29 silver and 32 bronze - total 90 medals.
Of thetotal of 36 teams, from 29 states and 7 Union Territories, 28 have managed to get themselves on the medals tally.
Haryana's total picking from wrestling was 58 medals in the four sections.
In shooting,Manavaditya Singh Rathore, son of Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, gathered himself after an uncertain start to blaze his way to the men's under-21 trap shooting gold medal.
In another trap event, a fisherman's daughter, Manisha Keer from Madhya Pradesh, claimed the women's under-21 gold.
Youth Olympic Games silver medallist Mehuli Ghosh won the women's junior (under-21) 10m air rifle gold in a high profile contest.
Punjab ruled the arena on the fourth day of weightlifting, winning three of the six gold on offer besides a silver and a bronze.
The sporting extravaganza continues Sunday.
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