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THE ORIGINS OF JODHPUR COURT PAINTING Between the 13th and the 17th centuries, the Rathore clan leaders transformed from regional rulers into cosmopolitan maharajas, or great kings.

Gold Forecast - Ten Year Outlook

True wealth will be measured by such commodities as gold, silver and precious metals, just the way it was hundreds of years ago by the Kings and Maharajas of the world.


MAGNIFICENCE, ROYALTY & SPLENDOR: THE BARODA PEARLS In India, the pearl was treasured most among all other gems and was used prolifically, adorning the magnificent royal dress of the Maharajas of India and woven into ornate decorative objects.

Destination Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra

This is Rajasthan's famous heritage which has bestowed legacies of pride and tradition, magnificent palaces and forts, as well as stunning handicrafts and fine arts developed through patronage of the Maharajas.

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The palace Museum has a wonderful collection of exhibits of personal wealth of the Maharajas of Alwar and some rare manuscripts including an illustrated Mahabharata on a 200-foot-long scroll.

A Royal Repast

Tourists have been flocking to Rajasthan to get a taste of the fabled lifestyle of India's erstwhile maharajas. Of late, they have been literally getting just that.


Describing luxury as "balance, harmony and beauty of human race," French ambassador to India Jerome Bonnafont told the luxury summit, "because of lavish Indian weddings, media advertisements, maharajas and Bollywood stars, I feel the art of luxury is alive in India."

Rolls-Royce 25/30HP 2D Fixed Head Coupe

Here GUL80 was on display for some ten years after the taking of this picture (source: The Automobiles of the Maharajas 2003) OWNERS OF THE VEHICLE 1936-1939 Allied Motors Limited, Hughes Road, Bombay India (display/demo) Before 1939 the car at least has been in the use of (if not owned?) the Maharadza ...

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Students will learn how Bandhavgarh has changed from the bustling capital of a kingdom to a lush hunting ground for maharajas to a tiger reserve.

Gir Forest - the last refuge of the Indian lion

In 1930, one of these lords or maharajas, the Nawab of Junagadh, decreed that lions were to be protected in his sovereign territory. At that time, the population had already dropped to only 20 big cats.