1862-1930: Young Indian Royal Portraits

Princess Sultan Jahan (1858-1910) of Bhopal, November 1862

Princess Shah Jahan (1838-1901) of Bhopal, November 1862

Maharaja Shivaji Bhonsle (1863-1883) of Kolhapur, c.1870

Maharao Khengarji Pragmalji iii (b. 1866, r. 1876-1942) of Kutch, 1879

Prince Madhavrao Scindia ii (b. 1876, r. 1886-1925) of Gwalior c.1880

Maharaja Venkat Raman Singh (b. 1876, r. 1880-1918) of Rewa, c.1885

Prince Sardar Singh (1880-1911) of Jodhpur, c. 1885

Prince Sardar Singh (1880-1911) of Jodhpur with a Court Official, c. 1885

Unidentified young Prince, c. 1890

Unidentified young Prince, c. 1890 III

Unidentified young Prince, c. 1890 II

Unidentified young Prince, c. 1890 I

Princess Nizam Un Nisa Begum of Hyderabad 11 November 1890

Maharaja Bhupinder Singh (1891-1938) of Patiala, c.1900

Maharaja Kishen Singh (b. 1899, r. 1900-1929) of Bharatpur, c. 1900

Maharaja Gambhir Singhjee (b. 1862, r.1897-1915) of Rajpipla with family and Court officials, c. 1900

Sahebzada Salabath Jah and Sahebzadi Ahmed Unnisa, c. 1910

Prince Jiwaji Rao Scindia (1916-1961) of Gwalior, c.1920

Royal Children posing with tiger cubs, c. 1920

Royal Children from Patiala, c. 1930

Source: IB Tauris
Submitted by: Thomas Abbs

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6 Responses

  1. aruna

    The royal clothes,the royal chairs,the royal palace..are definitely better looking than the royal faces of the princes & princesses..hehe

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  2. Kuldip Gadhvi

    Agree. I’ve seen most happiest kids/faces in rural India. I wonder what matter most, A Royal Life style or Happy Life Style?
    PS. Glad to see old pictures though.

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  3. Mike G

    What?
    None of them are named “Hadji”.
    The 7th one up definitely looks like a Hadji!

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