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Maharani

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. The extravaganza of Indian Royalty during the British Raj Diwan Jarmani Dass was a minister in the state of Karputhala and Patiala and traveled widely in India and Europe He played into the hands of the British Empire who used Indian intellectuals in the administration of the British Colony In exchange he had numerous opportunities to travel to Europe and be close with British aristocracy and have numerous European friends It worked both ways for the British and also individuals like Jarmani Dass He got to enjoy the riches in the company of very adorable females in the Western World At the same time he was also the witness to the opulent and sensual life styles of the members of Indian royal families Their lives were morally and spiritually corrupt and they demonstrated it very well The

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A seuel 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 a. Catchy Title but Boring n totally male chauvnistic account of hitherto unknownforgotten Royal ueensPrincesses n Misteresses whose life was no doubt glamourous n scandalous n may be controversial but The Writer was unable to bring out the BEAUTY OF THESE GUTSY WOMEN OF AN BYGONE ERA His book Maharajas was uite renowned n well known so i thought he might have put in same zeal n efforts into this one but i was utterly disappointedjust couple of chapters were interesting

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S 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. How can one write something like this about women s Pathetic I can t handle the whole chapters What kind of mentality the writer have


About the Author: Diwan Jarmani Dass

Diwan Jarmani Dass born in Punjab in 1895 was a minister in the Indian princely states of Kapurthala and PatialaArticulate 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



9 thoughts on “Maharani

  1. says:

    Diwan Jarmani Dass was the Diwan to the Maharaja of Kapurthala Jagatjit Singh Having accompanied the Maharaja in India and abroad he got the opportunity to see royalty from close uartersHaving 53 chapters the book depicts the various facets of

  2. says:

    Catchy Title but Boring n totally male chauvnistic account of hitherto unknownforgotten Royal ueensPrincesses n M

  3. says:

    I bought this book hoping to read adventures of the maharanis But what I came across was extremely judgmental and chauvinistic narrative by a man who thought the world of himself and men and mainly regarded as creatures of pleasure and those born to take care of the men After reading a few pages even though it was apparent that this book was apalling i still decided to give it a chance My bad 13rd way through the book i realized w

  4. says:

    Diwan jarmani Dass is or rather was a total misogynyist am surprosed how he fathered his offspring coz he feels women are best kept under lock and key away from education society and are not supposed to indulge in pleasures that are open to men what a pathetic character he was and they say dont disparage the dead

  5. says:

    How can one write something like this about women's Pathetic I can't handle the whole chapters What kind of mentality the writer have😡😠😠😠😠

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    Good1

  7. says:

    The extravaganza of Indian Royalty during the British Raj Diwan Jarmani Dass was a minister in the state of Karputhala and Patiala and traveled widely in India and Europe He played into the hands of the British

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    Good1

  9. says:

    b hnb'

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