The Last Maharani of Gwalior: An Autobiography
This is a description of contemporary India and some of its recent history in the form of an autobiography. Rajmata Scindia is a member of the Indian Parliament. As a maharani she had thousands of servants and several enormous palaces. Since Independence, which marked the end of the supremacy of the Maharajas, she has emerged as one of India’s most popular political leaders, first with the Congress party and now with the opposition. Her appeal to the masses, who see her as an image of Mother India, amazes both her admirers and her critics.
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J Become a Ward
My First Proposal
Going to College
The Dictates of Destiny
J Meet the Maharaja
Life as a Maharani
The Clocks are Silenced
The Tragedy of Bastar
Derecognition of the Princes
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