A Princess Remembers: The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur

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Rupa & Company, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 408 pages
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She is the daughter of the Maharaja of Cooch Behar and the widow of the Maharaja of Jaipur. She was raised in a sumptuous palace staffed with 500 servants and she shot her first panther when she was twelve. She has appeared on the lists of the world's mos

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Review: A Princess Remembers: The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur

User Review  - Arti - Goodreads

never knew the city has witnessed such a terrific change...from being pampered by a devoted maharaja to being neglected by the democratically elected govt. this book is a great insight into the challenges of our princely states. Read full review

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User Review  - Vamshi KV - Goodreads

A deep view into the royal way of living, hardships the princess pass through after being married as X no of wife, the struggle for independence. Good read but at times it might be boring too Read full review

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Contents

A Visit to Baroda
1
My ParentsMarriage
20
Children of the New Maharaja
31
Copyright

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