Rana Nihal Singh, Maharaja of Dholpur
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Maharaja Venkat Raman Singh (born. 1876, Ruled. 1880-1918) of Rewa - Circa 1885
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Blog Archive » Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts: Final Year Collections - Karin SchÃ¶nenberger
For Karin SchÃ¶nenbergerâ€™s final year collection, â€œTender is the Nightâ€, she found inspiration in early 20th century photographs of Indian Maharajas and the display of power, status and wealth in their costume. She felt that this theme provided the perfect opportunity to use lace from her native Austria â€“ the ingenious use of which [...]
Maharani Sita Devi Sahib of Baroda, (b. May 12, 1917) was the daughter of the Maharaja of Pithapuram. Maharaja Pratap Singh Gaekwar of Baroda ( the eight richest man in world, also the second richest Indian prince) was her second husband. She lived between Monaco, Paris and Baroda. She died February 15, 1989 in Paris, France. - ♥ Rhea Khan