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His Highness, The late Maharaja of Patiala, India. Wearing The Cartier Patiala Necklace. Honestly, I think His Highness is complete Cartier! Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Vallabhbhai Patel, Photos Originales, Mode Costume, Asian Art Museum, Vintage India, Royal Jewelry, Indian Jewelry

The Magnificent Maharajas of India — REENA AHLUWALIA

Maharajas! The word maharaja, literally ‘great king’, conjures up a vision of splendor and magnificence. These princely rulers of India played an important role within a social and historical context and were patrons of the arts, both in India and Europe. That resulted in magnificent objects symbolic of royal status, power and identity.

Udaipur has the world’s oldest unbroken ruling lineage, with the current Maharana (synonymous with Maharaja) of Udaipur being the in the line. With such a long history, there’s been a lot of time to build palaces and the enormous City Palace. Vintage India, Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Empire Moghol, Indian Prince, Mode Geek, Royal Indian, Photos Originales, Udaipur

The Flying Squid

Udaipur has the world’s oldest unbroken ruling lineage, with the current Maharana (synonymous with Maharaja) of Udaipur being the 76th in the line. With such a long history, there’s been a lot of time...

The Sikh Maharaja of Patiala, India. Vintage India, Royal Indian, History Of India, We Are The World, Blue Bloods, Patiala, Incredible India, Character Inspiration, Steampunk

The Maharaja of Patiala and Hitler's Present

My Personal Blog Share about life, fitness and health

Raja Ravi Varma Painter of Colonial India [Rupika Chawla] . An account of painter Ravi Varmas traditional background and environment and how they related to the modernization of colonial India Indian Traditional Paintings, Indian Art Paintings, Ravivarma Paintings, Vintage India, Raja Ravi Varma, Colonial India, Zardozi Embroidery, Embroidery Art, Office Outfits Women

HH Sri Chamarajendra Wadiyar X Splendidly attired in black velvet with zardozi embroidery, HH Sri Chamarajendra Wadiyar X in his youthful glory and grandeur. oil painting by Raja Ravi Varma (1848-1906)