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Maharanis: Women of Royal India

Khaleej Times, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 26th August 2016
From the Royal Families' Albums

by Sujata Assomull

A delightful read in Khaleej Times about Tasveer’s travelling exhibition and coffee table book book  – Maharanis: Women of Royal India

The New Indian Express, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 30th July 2016
Royal women straddled two worlds with ease

by Gokul Nair

Princess Vidya Singh of Vizianagaram, whose aunts are featured in Tasveer’s book ‘Maharanis: Women of Royal Inida’, shares her thoughts on what it means to be royal in 2016

News Today, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 20th July 2016
A peek at enigmatic women of Royal India

by News Today Bureau

News Today catches up with Shilpa Vijayakrishnan, co-author of the book ‘Maharanis: Women of Royal India’, and Princess Vidya Singh of Vizianagaram in Chennai at the exclusive preview of the Maharanis exhibition for the Duchess Club at Hotel Savera

Indulge, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 29th July 2016
Royalty framed

by Simar Bhasin

From Victoria Gowramma of Coorg, Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur and Begum Qudisa of Bhopal, Tasveer’s exhibition and book Maharanis: Women of Royal India offers a glimpse of the iconic and lesser-known women of royal India. Simar Bhasin previews the exhibition ahead of the Chennai opening.

Daily Thanthi, Maharanis: Women of India, 24th July 2016
Rare portraits of royalty

by Pampa Lahiri

Daily Thanthi shares a glimpse of the Maharanis and royal women from South India in their Sunday edition ahead of the exhibition opening of ‘Maharanis: Women of Royal India’ in Chennai

The New Indian Express, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 24th February 2016
'Say Cheese,' Your Highness

by Express News Service

The New Indian Express reviews Maharanis: Women of Royal India: “Replete with the prevailing mood and opulence of the Maharanis of yore, a collection of rare photographs exhibited at the Tasveer Gallery showcases a slice of their lives.”

Deccan Chronicle, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 21st February 2016
Empresses of Change

by Rashmi Rajgopal Lobo

Rashmi Rajgopal Lobo features the Maharanis: Women of Royal India book on the eve of the exhibition opening in Bangalore.

BBC, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 16th February 2016
An Intimate Look at India's Royal Women

by BBC News Bureau

The BBC features Maharanis: Women of Royal India, a selection of vintage photographs of royal women from erstwhile Princely India.

 

India Today, Maharanis: Women of Royal India, 28th December 2015
Blue Bloods and Sepia Tints

by Prachi Bhuchar

India Today reviews the Maharanis: Women of Royal India book: “Rare photographs, colourful tales and insightful essays bring to life royal women from another era. Whether on horseback or a hunt, they make for more than a pretty picture.”