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princely

of, belonging to, or characteristic of a prince
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It is pertinent to mention here that Derawar Fort owned by former princely state of Bahawalpur is the most splendid of all; situated in south of Bahawalpur at a distance of approximately 100 kilometershas become icon of the state.
The line of succession to the former throne of Bhopal, among the pre-eminent Indian principalities, was, uniquely amongst the Indian princely houses, by male-preference primogeniture in the direct family line.
Originally produced for aristocratic patrons who valued the arts, these richly decorated edged weapons and other princely objects bear witness to the legendary opulence and refinement of the Indian courts during the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries.
The Vice President said that this book - part autobiography, part a conservationists handbook and part travelogue - traces the course of wildlife from the princely and British era to the present.
Their menu and cuisine may be all well known today, but until the end of June, chefs here are cooking up an eclectic mix of new specialities from the erstwhile princely states of India letting you truly feast like a maharaja of yore.
58 (640m): Boherna Pedro, Ascot Ryan, Calzaghe Lisa, Bit View Turbo, Princely Hawk, Swift Costa (M).
The horse he beat snugly at Leopardstown last time, Princely Conn, is also owned by JP McManus and it is interesting that Princely Conn was backed into favouritism in the County Hurdle.
His immediate reaction was to ask whether it was the intention of His Majesty's govt to grant Dominion status to individual princely states in the same way as Pakistan and India.
Animal Kingdoms: Hunting, the Environment, and Power in the Indian Princely States.
ANOTHER Mullins, Tom, Willie's brother, saddled Princely Conn to win the bumper, getting the better of Dermot Weld's 5/4 favourite Call Vinnie by two and three-quarter lengths.
The nature and the image of princely power in Kievan Rus', 980-1054; a study of sources.
Besides creating the Muslim-majority in west and east of India as Pakistan (east now is Bangladesh), it left behind 562 princely or native states besides nine states where they had set up assemblies and held elections.