Publish With Us

Follow Penguin

Follow Penguinsters

Follow Hind Pocket Books

MAHARANI

MAHARANI

DIWAN JARMANI DASS
Select Preferred Format
<
Buying Options
Paperback / Hardback

A sequel to the bestseller Maharaja. A rare treasure of true stories that offer a deep insight into the glamorous and sensuous Lives of the Indian and European Maharanis of India. Intriguing as well as valuable. Maharani is at once a historical romance and a sociological document, as it vividly recounts a bygone era, an era perhaps never to return again. The author served Indian Maharajas for over 50 years accompanying them on their amorous trips to private retreats in India and abroad. He brilliantly recounts the extraordinary lives of the Maharanis of the richest Men the World has ever seen.

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Jan/2019

ISBN: 9788193935521

Length : 192 Pages

MRP : ₹225.00

MAHARANI

DIWAN JARMANI DASS

A sequel to the bestseller Maharaja. A rare treasure of true stories that offer a deep insight into the glamorous and sensuous Lives of the Indian and European Maharanis of India. Intriguing as well as valuable. Maharani is at once a historical romance and a sociological document, as it vividly recounts a bygone era, an era perhaps never to return again. The author served Indian Maharajas for over 50 years accompanying them on their amorous trips to private retreats in India and abroad. He brilliantly recounts the extraordinary lives of the Maharanis of the richest Men the World has ever seen.

Buying Options
Paperback / Hardback

DIWAN JARMANI DASS

Diwan Jarmani Dass born in Punjab in 1895, was a minister in the Indian princely states of Kapurthala and Patiala.
Articulate in Punjabi, Urdu, English and French, he was highly decorated by the Vatican and the Governments of France, Spain, Morocco, Egypt and many other countries. He was also decorated by the Rulers of Kapurthala, Patiala and Bhawalpur States.

More By The Author

MAHARAJA

MAHARAJA

DIWAN JARMANI DASS
MAHARANI

MAHARANI

DIWAN JARMANI DASS
MAHARAJA

MAHARAJA

DIWAN JARMANI DASS
THE MAHARAJA'S MAN

THE MAHARAJA'S MAN

DIWAN JARMANI DASS

An Excerpt from ‘The English Maharani’ on Queen Victoria’s Bicentenary

The English Maharani by Miles Taylor charts the remarkable effects India had on Queen Victoria as well as the pivotal role she played in India. Drawing on official papers and an abundance of poems, songs, diaries and photographs, Taylor challenges the notion that Victoria enjoyed only ceremonial power and that India’s loyalty to her was […]

error: Content is protected !!