3 edition of Of the Raj, maharajas, and me found in the catalog.
Reminiscences of a civil service official with the princely state of Mysore and Gwalior, and later with the government of British India.
|LC Classifications||DS481.S675 A3 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 273 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||91909330|
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Of the Raj, Maharajas and Me [Sreenivasan, M. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Comparatively few people have lived through the ninety years of the twentieth-century thus far and been witness to the enormous changes that have taken place in India and elsewhere in this extraordinary period.
Mr M. Sreenivasan belongs to that select groupCited by: 1. Get this from a library. Of the Raj, maharajas, and me. [M A Sreenivasan] -- Reminiscences of a Of the Raj service official with the maharajas state of Mysore.
He was previously Senior Curator Of the Raj V&A Museum's Asian Department, and is the author of Furniture from British India and Ceylon (V&A, ), Luxury Goods from India (V&A, ) and Made for Maharajas (). With Anna Jackson, he co-curated Encounters: The Meeting of Asia and Europe and co-edited the accompanying book (V&A, )/5(10).
The book reveals amazing lifestyles of Maharajas and the royal families, their sex lives, He was born in Punjab inwas a minister in the Indian princely states of Kapurthala and Patiala. He was well-verse in Punjabi, Urdu, English and French/5.
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 symbo. A rare, exotic portrait of the matriarchs of a brilliant Indian family Ranging from the final days of the Raj and the British Empire to the present, Lucy Moore vividly re-creates a splendid lost world and describes India's national growing pains through the sumptuous, audacious lives of four ravishing, influential women of the same family- Sunity Devi, friend to Queen/5.
Mahārāja / ˌ m ɑː h ə ˈ r ɑː dʒ ə /; also spelled Maharajah, Maharaj) is a Sanskrit title for a "great ruler", "great king" or "high king".
A few ruled mighty states informally called empires, including ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh, founder of the Sikh Empire, and Maharaja Sri Gupta, founder of the ancient Indian Gupta Empire, but 'title inflation' soon led to most being rather.
Back of The Book Exciting stories that capture the magic romance secrets and sensuality of Princely India. Tales of love and betrayal spread over the magnificent decades of the Maharajas with their harems of Indian and European Maharanis and Mistresses Palaces Horses Rolls Royces tiger Hunts Feasts and Darbars.
An invaluable insight into a bygone era of opulence. Business Maharajas [Gita Piramal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Business Maharajas has ratings and 20 reviews. Sukant said: This book is the compilation of the topmost Indian Businessman of India.
This review woul. Business Maharajas has 2 ratings and 1 review. Suparnkumar Sathe said: Great book. The Hardcover of the Maharajas of India by Ann Morrow at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. This book covers the underexplored subject of ‘fathering’ in India.
artists Indian royalty's passion for western luxury goods reached its peak at the height of the British Raj () as Indian rulers traveled to Europe and Author: Ann Morrow.
The word "maharaja" conjures up the image of a turbaned, bejewelled ruler, fabulously wealthy, fabulously powerful. It's no longer true. Not overtly.
Maharajas are still wealthy, but they no. Approach requires a degree of supplication; onetrudges up the hillside to reach the Jaipur maharajas' palace at Amber andvast flights of steps skirt the government offices of the British Raj in NewDelhi.
The overall impression is of a country where power has been concentratedin a few hands and always flowed downwards. There is much truth in : Nargona Palace and the Raj Head Office were donated in to the Government of Bihar.
The buildings are now part of Lalit Narayan Mithila University. Raj Darbhanga dona books to Lalit Narain Mithila University for its library. Raj School in Darbhanga was founded by Maharaja Lakshmeshwar Singh part of: India and Nepal. Business Maharajas by Gita Piramal. He knew that once he offered to pay back the loans, nobody would ask him for them, ti And none of them did.
At Dipti’s wedding to Raj Salgaonkar in Decemberas the father of the bride, he had hosted a lunch for workers at the Naroda businesd.
Ambani was then thirty-four years old, Birla twenty-three. Indian Maharajas, Palaces and Jewels – A Tale of Excess I. magine this: a rosewood bed encrusted with silver, with four life-size figures of nude women at each corner. Through ingenuous use of mechanics, the statues are capable of waving the fans and fly whisks in their hands – and get this – actually winking at the inhabitant of the bed.
Few things in life are as soothing and relaxing as train travel. And if that is done onboard a luxury train like the Maharajas Express, with plush seats, double beds, wall to wall windows and fine dining food the expression “palace on wheels” has a whole new meaning.
Sreenivasan (–) was a minister in the Princely State of Mysore and was also Dewan of Gwalior. He was a Member of the Constituent Assembly representing the erstwhile Princely State of Gwalior during He had an illustrious career in the Civil Service in the then State of Mysore. Maharajas’ Express is a luxury train in India that runs in five different routes for nine months, a year.
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Ticket You can book [ ]Author: Saamya Sharma. An interview with Arjun Raj Gaind, author of “The Maharaja Mysteries” — A Very Pukka Murder and Death At The delightful books, set during the British Raj, charmingly written much in the vein of an Agatha Christie story, and partly inspired by the author’s grandfather.
That's a good question Is it right to book (IRCTC) Maharajas Express by Travel Agent. you have come up with. Whether to book with online travel agents or through the official website. First of all there are 2 types of "official websites". One is t. : Made for Maharajas: A Design Diary of Princely India () by Jaffer, Amin and a great selection of similar New, Used and Price Range: $ - $ It is an absolute time piece that harks back to the golden age of the British Raj and Indian Maharajas of the s and 30s complete with fascinating memorabilia from the Kotah royal family, such as photographs of other Indian Princes, European Royalty and Heads of State, a mind boggling number of hunting trophies – including a moose shot in 5/5.
This show is a celebration of one facet of the kaleidoscope that is Indian culture — and it is a very dazzling facet. Maharaja: The Splendour of India’s Royal Courts will be on exhibit at the AGO from Novem until April 3, It features more than objects made by or for the maharajas of India from the 17th century toincluding jewelry, paintings.