Dalip (Duleep) Singh (1838–1893), the last & exiled Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, who had the Koh-i-Noor diamond before it was passed on to Queen Victoria. 1854 portrait by Franz Xaver Winterhalter.

Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary review – a radical Indian royal in the heart of empire

Princess Sophia Alexandra Duleep Singh (8 August 1876 – 22 August 1948)[1] was a prominent suffragette in the United Kingdom. Her father was Maharaja Duleep Singh, son of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, known as the "Lion of the Punjab"

Princess Sophia Alexandra Duleep Singh August 1876 – 22 August was a prominent suffragette in the United Kingdom. Her father was Maharaja Duleep Singh, son of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, known as the "Lion of the Punjab"

Duleep Singh, the last Maharaja of Punjab

Maharaja Duleep Singh - the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire. He was Maharaja Ranjit Singh's youngest son and the only child of Maharani Jind Kaur. Born in Lahore, Pakistan and died in Paris, France.

Maharaja Duleep Singh was a Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and sikh empire.

Maharaja Duleep Singh was a Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and sikh empire.# the black Prince

Maharaja Duleep Singh, last Maharaja of the Sikh empire,  in exile in London. A favourite of Queen Victoria

Maharajah Duleep (or Dalip) Singh. Born 6 September 1838 - Died 22 October Duleep Singh - who has a camero role in Essie Fox'.

Maharaja Duleep Singh wearing a variety of jewelry including a presentation portrait miniature of Queen Victoria, ropes of pearls, and a diamond turban aigrette set with an enormous emerald. He also has hoop earrings with pearl and emerald beads.

Maharaja Duleep Singh Maharaja Dilip Singh of Lahore by George Beechy.

1801 - 2009 | This timeline was produced for the 'Maharajah Duleep Singh - Sovereign, Squire & Rebel' exhibition that told the extraordinary story of the conections between Thetford and the family. A king at five, the Maharajah became a favourite of Queen Victoria and was close to the Royal Household. He lived a life of an English aristocrat but died a broken man, alone and in poverty.

1801 - 2009 | This timeline was produced for the 'Maharajah Duleep Singh - Sovereign, Squire & Rebel' exhibition that told the extraordinary story of the conections between Thetford and the family. A king at five, the Maharajah became a favourite of Queen Victoria and was close to the Royal Household. He lived a life of an English aristocrat but died a broken man, alone and in poverty.

Victoria and Albert Museum: Portrait of Maharaja Duleep Singh; Horne & Thornthwaite; About 1850; London He is dressed and bearded according to the fashionable formal English style. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat over a high buttoned light waistcoat. His collars are starched and upstanding, with a necktie tied in the distinctive 'four-in-hand' style where the corners of a folded kerchief create pointed wings. This necktie style was newly fashionable in the 1850s.

Sikh Kingdom of Lahore/Portrait of Maharaja Duleep Singh. Depicts seated, bearded Maharaja in western dress (pale neck tie and waistcoat under dark frock coat).

Sikh women from history  Sophia Duleep Kaur Singh, right, seen with her daughters Bamba and Catherine

:::::::::: Antique Photograph :::::::::: Princesses Catherine, Bamba & Sophia Duleep Singh on the occasion of their presentation at Queen Victoria’s court in

Duleep Singh00 - George Duncan Beechey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maharaja Dilip Singh of Lahore. Portrait by George Beechy. Shown here at age fifteen. Amongst many other jewels, he is wearing a diamond Sarpech (Indian turban ornament) or aigrette with three (Bottle Painting Indian)

Prince Victor Duleep Singh, Prince of India at a fancy dress ball at Devonshire House as the Emperor Akbar, the Mogul emperor

Downton's greatest secret: A lonely countess, an illicit love affair with an Egyptian prince... and an Earl who has no right to his title. The extraordinary claims about real life Lord

Prince Victor Duleep Singh, Prince of India at a fancy dress ball at Devonshire House as the Emperor Akbar, the Mogul emperor. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images).

A drawing of 'Maharaja Ranjit Singh' who was known as the Lion of Punjab' and was the last ruling maharaja of the Sikh empire in India. Which is for my 'Sikh art' exhibition in November and he was also the father of 'Maharaja Duleep Singh'. He also suffered from polio when he was younger which left him blind in one eye.  | Sikhpoint.com    #sikhpoint

My interpretation of 'Mai Bhago Ji' a female Sikh soldier and bodyguard for Guru Gobind Singh for my 'Sikh art' exhibition in NovemberMai Bhago fought in the famous battle of Sri Muktsar Sahib in

The black prince maharaja dalip singh son of maharaja ranjit singh last maharaja of punjab by jasleen kaur

Satinder Sartaaj to act in 'The Black Prince' - a film on Maharaja Duleep Singh

Sophia Duleep Singh, Part 1: Princess in Exile

February The submission of the young Maharaja Duleep Singh to Sir Henry Hardinge, at the end of the Sikh War. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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