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  • Roger Bean (Norfolk)
    9/5/2017 3:41:16 PM

    I research history of Walcott-on-Sea, North Norfolk, I have pics of 'Princes C0ttage' Walcott built 1902 [went into the sea in 1923] it was built for Prince Frederick..any comments,pics.

  • DIWAN SINGH BISHT (new delhi)
    5/16/2017 12:46:12 AM

    I proud to be Indian, and also proud of Maharaja of Ranjeet Singh and his family... regards diwan singh bisht

  • Jagjit Singh Teji (OAK BROOK USA)
    5/13/2017 6:42:55 PM

    Very informative site about Maharaja Duleep Singh. Are there any families of Maharaja Duleep Singh or descendants left in the world.

  • J. Ingrid Lesley (USA)
    12/31/2010 2:01:49 AM

    December 31, 2010 My pursuit in reading some of the writers staying in the Côte D'Azur's sunshine along the Mediterranean Sea,the towns of Nice, Menton and Grasse, in the 1890's, I came across a book regards Queen Victoria's visits there, and, it was in my reading that I came across another book, Queen Victoria's Maharajah Duleep Singh 1838-93 by Michael Alexander and Sushila Anand. Very compelling reading. What a man Duleep Singh, how extraordinary was his setting forth the injustices done to him and to his family; as a retired librarian I was drawn to the Maharajah's visits to the British Museum to find the documents to support his letters. And that he was a gentleman through and through, and too, that he could be satirical, but, with a fine patina of politeness. Well, it's the holidays now, nearly the end of 2010, and I have been so very much informed by this reading, and your website. Thank you kindly. The colonizers and the colonized, that is ever a story. Sadly James Ivory and Ishmael Merchant are not available to turn Duleep Singh's narrative into a grand historical film, as "The Remains of the Day." When I see the Queen wearing the crown, I see the Koh-i-noor diamond given to Queen Victoria that belonged to the Maharajah when he was the Prince of the Punjab, as he wore it as an upper arm band. A sad history. J. Ingrid Lesley Scandinavia, Wisconsin

  • Aravind Sreekumar (Kuwait)
    12/29/2010 3:14:20 AM

    Is there any information about the descendants of Maharaja Duleep Singh?