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Maharaja Umaid Singh of Jodhpur

OTTOMAN ~ 1940 ~ Princess Durrushevar, daughter of Abdulmecid II, the last Ottoman emperor.

“Dürrüşehvar Sultan, Imperial Princess (Ottoman), Princess consort of Berar (India)

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Maharaja Sayaiji-Roa, Gaekwar, Baroda. 1902. Wearing his famous seven row diamond necklace and other diamond ornaments. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, virtually every Indian Maharaja commissioned state photographs of themselves wearing their most important jewelry as a symbol of their power and position.

The Magnificent Maharajas of India

He wears his famous seven row diamond necklace and other diamond ornaments.

Raja Rajendra Singh, Raja of Baghal 1945 to 2010, born 29th February 1928, educated at Col. Brown's School in Dehra Dun and Government College, Lahore; he overhauled the administration and introduced radical constitutional reforms,  He died 7th June 2010 of a heart attack.

Raja Rajendra Singh, Raja of Baghal 1945 to born February educated at Col. Brown's School in Dehra Dun and Government College, Lahore; he overhauled the administration and introduced radical constitutional reforms, He died June 2010 of a heart attack.

Maharaja - he looks very pleased with himself. With justification.

Major-General Maharaja Sajjan Singh Bahadur - was a British Indian Army officer and the first Maharaja of Ratlam State, ruling from 1893 until Classy ass motherfucker

Maharaja Tukojirao Holkar wearing the 5-strand pearl necklace, the 7 strand pearl necklace and a large sash of pearls.  Every Indian Maharaja worth his salt had a sizable pearl collection and Holkars were no exception to the rule. The pearls of the maharajas were no ordinary pearls, but Basra pearls of the finest quality.

Maharaja Tukojirao Holkar wearing the pearl necklace, the 7 strand…

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Maharaja Bhupinder Singh >The Patiala Necklace. World’s most expensive jewellery. It was commissioned by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala.

The Maharaja Balbir Singh of Faridkot http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/25327-the-royal-houses-of-punjab/

98 - 1906 H. Farzand-i-Sadaat Nishan Hazrat-i-Kaiser-i-Hind Raja Balbir Singh, Brar Bans Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Faridkot By Rohit Sonkiya

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