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HHMaharaja Umaid Singh de Jodhpur

HHMaharaja Umaid Singh de Jodhpur

Rajmata Krishna Kumari of Marwar and Jodhpur (1926- )    Photo by Madame Yevonde  Vivex colour print, 1937-1938, National Portrait Gallery.

Rajmata Krishna Kumari of Marwar and Jodhpur (1926- ) Photo by Madame Yevonde Vivex colour print, 1937-1938, National Portrait Gallery.

Maharaja Umaid Singh and the Maharani of Marwar Jodhpur By Rohit Sonkiya

Maharaja Umaid Singh and the Maharani of Marwar Jodhpur By Rohit Sonkiya

Takht Singh (r.1843–1873), Maharaja of Jodhpur, served the British at the time of Indian Mutiny of 1857 & in 1862 he received a sanad of adoption. During his life he was a chronic womanizer.;He married 30 wives. He died in Jodhpur on 13 February 1873 and was cremated at Mandore.

Takht Singh (r.1843–1873), Maharaja of Jodhpur, served the British at the time of Indian Mutiny of 1857 & in 1862 he received a sanad of adoption. During his life he was a chronic womanizer.;He married 30 wives. He died in Jodhpur on 13 February 1873 and was cremated at Mandore.

Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh Ji of Idar and Regent of Jodhpur with his Son Rao Raja Hanut Singh Ji (commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Jodhpur State Forces) and Maharaja Sajan Singh Ji of Ratlam ca. 1916 By Rohit Sonkiya

Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh Ji of Idar and Regent of Jodhpur with his Son Rao Raja Hanut Singh Ji (commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Jodhpur State Forces) and Maharaja Sajan Singh Ji of Ratlam ca. 1916 By Rohit Sonkiya

India, 150 years in photographs “no more a united nation than the Equator”. http://wsimag.com/culture/1574-india-150-years-in-photographs

India, 150 years in photographs “no more a united nation than the Equator”. http://wsimag.com/culture/1574-india-150-years-in-photographs

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