Maharaja


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Maharaja

 

a title of princes in India. In modern independent India maharajas and princes with other titles have been deprived of political power.

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The President appreciated Maharaja Sayajirao University for institutionalising fellowships for students from economically weaker sections.
The acts of repression of Maharaja towards Muslims, and his ordering of Muslims to surrender their arms aggravated the situation by the eruption of a communal rebellion in July 1947.
A simpler building, it was constructed in bungalow style that suited the Western tastes and preference for oriental opulence of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III.
Even after this, Menon had a tough time dealing with the Travancore Maharaja.
According to conservation architect Tapasya Samal, who has been awarded the research grant, in the possible second part of the project, the "cultural landscape associated with Maharaja Hemchandra, including Rewari's cannon and brass industry, more edifices and battlefields, will be taken into account".
The Saudi firm has had a partnership with the chef since 2008 at the Movenpick Hotel Al Khobar for the first Maharaja by Vineet .
Rolls-Royce, a subsidiary of BMW AG (Xetra: BWM), has revealed details of the new Phantom Drophead Coupe variant, called the Maharaja edition.
The Rolls-Royce Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe, a bespoke vehicle created exclusively for Indian customers in Dubai, was unveiled to an invite-only audience last night.
El conjunto que lucio Corinna es un parure de esmeraldas y diamantes formado por collar y pendientes que habia pertenecido al maharaja Ajit Sing, hijo del maharaja de Kapurtala y de la actriz espanola Anita Delgado y que en los anos cincuenta adquirio el conde de Romanones para su mujer, Aline.
The said Sessions Judge reported that Garh Maharaja police registered a case of said occurrence, arrested Muhammad Saddiq and sent him to judicial lockup.
Vaara started life as the passion of His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh II, who desired a scent to commemorate the birth of his grand-daughter, Vaara, and to reflect his family's deep connection with Jodhpur.