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- otherwise styled Hindu rulers were elevated to Maharajas, regardless of the fact that scores of these new Maharajas ruled small states, sometimes for some reason...
- Retrieved 22 December 2012. "Awards won by Maharajas' Express". Maharajas Express. Retrieved 15 December 2012. "Maharajas' Express receives 'Seven star luxury...
- awarded a hereditary 21-guns salute. One of the main residences of the maharajas was the Sher Garhi Palace in their summer capital Srinagar. Gulab Singh...
- Accreditation Council. Maharajas goes online. 2006 - Re-accredited by National ****essment and Accreditation Council at A - level. 2007 - Maharaja's College Ground...
- Maharaja is a Sanskrit title for a "great king" or "high king". Maharaja may also refer to: Maharaja (1998 film), an Indian film directed by Anil Sharma...
- continue to use the title of Maharaja, but the title has little power other than as a status symbol. Many of the Maharajas still hold their palaces and...
- The Maharaja of Patiala was a maharaja in India and the ruler of the princely state of Patiala, a Sidhu Jat state in British India. The first Maharaja of...
- Maharaja Agrasen was a legendary Indian king (Maharaja) of Agroha, a city of traders. The Agrawal Agrahari and Rajvanshi[citation needed] communities claim...
- 1657 to 1955. The Raj was founded by Maharaja Sangam Rai Kapoor in 1657, a Khatri from Kotli, Punjab. Maharaja Kirti Chand Rai (1702-1740) extended the...
- The Maharajas of Valkha were part of a central Indian dynasty that ruled the historical Valkha region (the area around present-day Khargone district)...
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