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1910-1930 : The Indian Style. With steamships offering a faster mode of travel, Indian princes developed a taste for the pleasures of Europe. They were great collectors of jewelry and brought their pieces set with gemstones to the Place Vendôme to have them re-set in light, supple platinum settings. The most magnificent stones were primarily reserved for men, as indicated in the famous pair of pear-cut diamonds Chaumet purchased in 1911 for the maharaja of Indore. #Jewelry

: The Indian Style. With steamships offering a faster mode of travel…

Maharaja of Cooch Behar Lafayette 1913 V&A

Maharaja Shri Sir Jitendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, Maharaja of Cooch-Behar by Lafayette 1913

Shivraj Singh  Royal House of: Jodhpur    Shivraj Singh is the son of the erstwhile Maharaja Gaj Singh. Stiking good looks and a passion for polo made him a known face everywhere. The Prince manages the family’s hotel group which is spread all over the city. He got married last year to Gayatri Kumari Pal, belonging to the royal family of Askot. It was one of the grandest weddings that the country had seen in recent times and was the talk of the town for quite a long time.

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Shivraj Singh Royal House of: Jodhpur Shivraj Singh is the son of the erstwhile Maharaja Gaj Singh. Stiking good looks and a passion for polo made him a known face everywhere. The Prince manages the family’s hotel group which is spread all over the city. He got married last year to Gayatri Kumari Pal, belonging to the royal family of Askot. It was one of the grandest weddings that the country had seen in recent times and was the talk of the town for quite a long time.

Maharajkumar Yeshwantrao Holkar and his sister Maharajkumari Manoramaraje of Indore as kids.

Maharajkumar ( meaning Prince) Yeshwantrao Holkar and his sister Maharajkumari ( meaning Princess ) Manoramaraje of Indore as children.

Maharaja Jitendra of Cooch behar - father of Maharani Gayatri Devi HH Maharani Gayatri Devi, Rajmata of Jaipur - When he was born, the royal astrologer predicted his horoscope and said that " if he had lived for more than thirty six years, he would have achieved a lot." He died December 20, 1922 when he was thirty-six. His wife Maharani Indira Devi was only thirty, and they had lived together for nine years.

Maharaja Shri Sir Jitendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, Maharaja of Cooch-Behar by Lafayette 1913

Jagaddipendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur (1915–1970) was Maharaja of Cooch-Behar, in India. He was born at Cooch Behar Palace as the eldest son of Maharaja Jitendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, the Maharaja of Cooch-Behar, by his wife, Maharani Indira Devi Sahiba. He became the Maharaja of Cooch Behar at the age of seven on the death of his father in 1922 & ascended the gadi, on 24 December 1922. He reigned under the Regency of his mother until he came of age & was invested with full ruling powers in…

Cooch Behar (a.a Koch Bihar) is a Princely State of Narayan Dynasty. Cooch Behar is in State of West Bengal, India.

How handsome, chic and elegant  was the Maharajah Jitendra Narayan of Cooch Behar. ca. 1882?  #fashionicon #benarasi #indianprince  #royalty #fashionable #fashioninspiration

Shri Raj Rajeshwar Narayan Bhup Bahadur, Maharaja of Cooch-Behar - 1902 - Old Indian Photos:

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HH Maharajadhiraj Raj Rajeshwar Narendra Siromani Maharaja Sri Sir Ganga Singhji Bahadur of Bikaner.

Children wearing old Mughal attire & Jewelry

Ali Xeeshan moves from quirky to vintage classic with the utmost ease. His latest bridal campaign shoot picks on the era of the Raj, depicting sheer opulence and glory in the prestigious Maharaja r…

The young princess Amrit Kaur (now 80), the eldest daughter of the late Maharajah of Faridkot, who has just won a 24-year battle for her Maharajah father's Rs 20,000 crore fortune

'I haven't decided what I'll spend it on': The princess who has just become India's newest BILLIONAIRE at the age of 80 after winning 24 year battle for Maharajah father's fortune

young princess Amrit Kaur (now the eldest daughter of the late Maharajah of Faridkot, who has just won a battle for her Maharajah father's Rs crore fortune

India Hicks wrote: My grandparents with the Maharajah of Jaipur. *Lord Louis and Edwina Mountbatten

India Hicks wrote: My grandparents with the Maharajah of Jaipur. *Lord Louis and Edwina Mountbatten

The Maharaja of Kapurthala, Sirdar Charanjit Singh visited England in 1920, at which time this photograph was taken. It was mentioned in the Court Circular of June, 9 1920: " Sirdar Charanjit Singh of Kapurthala gave a dinner party at Claridges Hotel last night to meet the Secretary of State for India Mr. Montague. The Sirdar proposed their health in a short speech, to which Mr. Montague responded."

The Maharaja of Kapurthala, Sirdar Charanjit Singh visited England in at which time this photograph was taken.

Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh Bahadur of Alwar, born 1882. Besides his traditional Indian ornaments, he wears the star insignia of  the Indian orders granted to him by the British (Raj), then considered a  part of the royal regalia.

The Magnificent Maharajas of India

Paris, Prince reference Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh Bahadur of Alwar, born Besides his traditional Indian ornaments, he wears the star insignia of the Indian orders granted to him by the British (Raj), then considered a part of the royal regalia.

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