Bikaner

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Open-topped carriage carrying His Royal Highness and His Highness to Lalgarh Palace, accompanied by mounted troops and the Camel Corps. A parasol is held above the carriage. Photograph by Pindi Lull, circa 1921-1922.
His Royal Highness and His Highness proceeding towards the Ganga Niwas, the Darbar Hall. Photograph by Pindi Lull, circa 1921-1922.

Royal Visit to Bikaner

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H.H. Maharaja Shri Karni Singh, 23rd Ruler of Bikaner
Coronation of Col. H.H. Maharaja Sri Dr. Karni Singh Bahadur of Bikaner at Junagarh Fort's Karan Mahal, c. 1950. Photo Credit: Maharaja Ganga Singhji Trust.
Dr. Karni Singhji (Bikaner) is accompanied by Bapji Gaj Singhji (Jodhpur). Image courtesy of the Maharaja Ganga Singhji Trust.

Karni Singh

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Kumar Dr. Sajjansinh Gohel, son of Princess Rajyashree Kumari of Bikaner.
Princess Rajyashree Kumariji Sahiba of Bikaner with Her Highness the Rajmata Sri Shiv Kumariji Sahiba of Kotah (daughter of His Highness the Maharaja Sahib of Bikaner Sir Ganga Singhji)
Princess Rajyashree Kumari of Bikaner

Rajyashree Kumari Bikaner

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HH Maharajadhiraj Raj-Rajeshwar Narendra Shiromani Maharaja Shri Dungar Singh Sahib of Bikaner.
Maharaj Shri Lal Singh Sahib of Chhatargarh with his both sons HH Maharajadhiraja Raj Rajeshwar Narendra Shiromani Maharaja Shri Sir Dungar Singh Sahib of Bikaner and Yuvraj Shri Ganga Singh Sahib of Bikaner (later HH Maharaja Sahib of Bikaner).

Dungar Singh

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H.H. Maharaja Shri Sir Ganga Singh of Bikaner with Sahibzada Rafiqullah Khan of Bhopal.
Gen. H.H. Maharaja Sri Sir Ganga Singh Bahadur of Bikaner on his visit to London for the Coronation of H.M. George VI, c. May, 1937. Image Credit: Bonhams.
Gen. H.H. Maharaja Sri Sir Ganga Singh Bahadur of Bikaner, photographed on his arrival in London, en route to Geneva, where he is one of the Chief Indian delegates to the Peace Conference.

Ganga Singh

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Her Highness the Maharani Sahiba Sushila Kumari of Bikaner with her niece, Rani Sahiba Kirti Kumari of Sirohi.
Maharani of Bikaner with her niece
Her Highness the Maharani Sahiba Sushila Kumari of Bikaner with her niece, Rani Sahiba Kirti Kumari of Sirohi.
Sri Raj Rajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Narendra Shiromani Maharaja Lieutenant-General H.H. Sir Sadul Singh, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., C.V.O, KStJ, the Maharaja of Bikaner, when Yuvaraj, dressed in the uniform of a Captain in the Bikaner State Forces. Lieutenant General, Ancient India, January 27, Military Men, Royal Jewelry, British Royal Family, Us Army, Military Fashion, Royal Family
Maharaja of Bikaner
Sri Raj Rajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Narendra Shiromani Maharaja Lieutenant-General H.H. Sir Sadul Singh, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., C.V.O, KStJ, the Maharaja of Bikaner, when Yuvaraj, dressed in the uniform of a Captain in the Bikaner State Forces.
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DURBAR AT THE GANGA NIWAS DARBAR HALL, Junagarh Fort.
To celebrate fifty years of the reign of Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner in 1937, the Prime Minister is seen announcing the boons and benefactions.
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Bikaner's Golden Jubilee 1937
Sir Ganga Singh, the Maharaja of Bikaner, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his accession to the thrones of his ancestors in 1937. Here, His Highness is seen passing the Old Fort in an elephant procession for the Thanksgiving service at the chief Hindu shrine in Bikaner.
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Bikaner's Golden Jubilee 1937
Sir Ganga Singh, the Maharaja of Bikaner, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his accession to the thrones of his ancestors in 1937. Here, the Maharaja of Bikaner and the heir-apparent arrive at the Chief Hindu Shrine in Bikaner for the Thanksgiving Service after a five-mile procession from the Palace.
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Bikaner's Golden Jubilee 1937
Sir Ganga Singh, the Maharaja of Bikaner, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his accession to the thrones of his ancestors in 1937. Here, ceremonial chariots, drawn by richly caparisoned bullocks with gilded horns, took part in the procession to the shrine.
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Maharaj Kumar of Bikaner
The then Maharaj Kumar of Bikaner, c. 1940s.
a group of people riding on the back of horse drawn carriages down a dirt road
Royal Visit to Bikaner
Open-topped carriage carrying His Royal Highness and His Highness to Lalgarh Palace, accompanied by mounted troops and the Camel Corps. A parasol is held above the carriage. Photograph by Pindi Lull, circa 1921-1922.
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Royal Visit to Bikaner
His Royal Highness and His Highness proceeding towards the Ganga Niwas, the Darbar Hall. Photograph by Pindi Lull, circa 1921-1922.