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Indian Maharajas & their obsession with the Rolls Royce brand.

Indian Maharajas & their obsession with the Rolls Royce brand.

Maharaja Mandhatasinh Jadeja stood next to his Rolls-Royce Phantom II 'Star of India' (1934)

Maharaja Mandhatasinh Jadeja stood next to his Rolls-Royce Phantom II 'Star of India' (1934)

In an era before in-house styling, it was an elite group of Indian royals who defined the Spirit of Ecstasy with elaborate one-offs in an attempt to out-bling the other maharajas.

State Cars; H J Mulliner bodied 1950 Rolls Royce Royal Phantom IV (5.7 Litre Straight 8) & Rolls-Royce Phantom VI State Limousine

State Cars; H J Mulliner bodied 1950 Rolls Royce Royal Phantom IV (5.7 Litre Straight 8) & Rolls-Royce Phantom VI State Limousine

1925 Rolls Royce 20HP, a tiger hunting platform for the Maharajah of Bharatpur

1925 Rolls Royce 20HP, a tiger hunting platform for the Maharajah of Bharatpur

Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit The Indian Maharajas who were introduced to the Rolls-Royce brand by the British had taken an instant liking to it ...

Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit The Indian Maharajas who were introduced to the Rolls-Royce brand by the British had taken an instant liking to it ...

1961 Rolls Royce Phantom V - one of the most instantly recognisable of all the Royal cars. Notice the heraldic shield on top.

1961 Rolls Royce Phantom V - one of the most instantly recognisable of all the Royal cars. Notice the heraldic shield on top.

The 7.7 litre, six cylinder Roller with its body work built by the great coachbuilders Barker, stands out as a triumph of the British motor industry

The 7.7 litre, six cylinder Roller with its body work built by the great coachbuilders Barker, stands out as a triumph of the British motor industry

Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit The Indian Maharajas who were introduced to the Rolls-Royce brand by the British had taken an instant liking to it ...

Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit The Indian Maharajas who were introduced to the Rolls-Royce brand by the British had taken an instant liking to it ...

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