In the late 19th century, maharaja Sardar Singh built the beautiful white marble monument in memory of his father.
The maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II was the first to make it his private residence.
Here in the former home of the maharaja one finds an opulent oasis from the bustle of the city.
The family is at present represented by about a hundred males who are accepted as incarnations and receive the title of maharaja.
The maharaja, however, was not at home that day to receive us.
As every one else refused, the maharaja undertook the odious task himself.
My friend said he would see the maharaja at once and have my visit arranged for.
The owner of the losing quail was a trooper in the maharaja's army.
Prasad Singh will go as thy messenger to the maharaja forthwith.
The maharaja had seized another post advantageously situated.