1902 – 1911 Lieutenant-General H.H. Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Pratap Singhji Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar, GCB (m 1.1.1918, KCB m 24.7.1901, CB m 20.5.1898), GCSI (22.6.1897, KCSI 1.1.1886, CSI 29.7.1879), GCVO (12.12.1911), KIH Medal 1st Class (23.5.1900). b. at Mehrangarh, Jodhpur, 22nd October 1845, third son of H.H. Raj Rajeshwar Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Takht Singhji Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur, GCSI, by his wife, H.H. Shri Ranawatiji Maharani Maji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Ror Singh, Thakur of Dhamotar, educ. privately. Selected by the GOI as the adopted heir and successor of Maharaja Krishnasinhji, January 1902. Installed on the gadi at Ahmadnagar, 12th February 1902. Changed the name of the capital of Idar to Himmatnagar, in honour of his adopted grandson. Granted the hereditary title of Maharaja, 1902. Abdicated in favour of his adopted son, May 1911. Chief Minister of Jodhpur 1878-1888 and 1889-1895, Regent of Jodhpur, 11th October 1895 to 18th February 1898, 6th April 1911 to 26th February 1916, and again 3rd October 1918 to September1922. Cmsnd into Jodhpur Risala and served in the British Mission to Afghanistan 1878 (rcvd: MID, CSI, Afghanistan medal), prom Hon Lieut-Col British Army 21/6/1887, served in the Mohmand expedition on the staff of the GOC Ellis 1897, Tirah campaign as ADC to General Lockhart 1898 (wounded, MID, CB, medal & clasp), prom Hon Col 20/5/1898, commanded Jodhpur Imperial Service Troops in the Boxer Rebellion in China 1900 (rcvd: KCB, medal), Hon Maj-Gen. 9/8/1902, Hon Cdt Imperial Cadet Corps 1903, Chief of Indian Staff to the Prince of Wales 1905-1906, and served in the Great War in France and Flanders 1914-1915, and in Palestine and Syria 1917-1918 (rcvd: MID, GCB, medals), prom Hon Lieut-Gen 3/6/1916, Hon Col 34th Prince Albert Victor’s Own Poona Horse IA 19/11/1912, Hon ADC to the King-Emperors Edward VII 11/1/1902-1910 (as Prince of Wales from 24/5/1887), and George V 3/6/1910-1922. Hon LL.D. (Cantab 1897, and Oxon 1911). Rcvd: India medal (with clasps Punjab Frontier 1897/8 & Tirah 1897/8), China War (1900), 1914 Star, British War & Allied Victory (1918), KIH silver medal (1877), Golden Jubilee (1887, with Diamond Jubilee bar 1897), Coron (1902 and 1911), Delhi Durbar gold (1903 and 1911), and Jodhpur Great War Service (1919) medals, GC of the Orders of the Nile of Egypt (1918) and the Star of Rumania (1921), GO of the Order of the Legion of Honour of France (1918), etc. m. (first) H.H. Shri Shekhawatiji Maharani Bakhtawar Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Shri Mohan Singh, Thakur of Nawalgarh, under Jaipur. m. (second) at Mehrangarh, Jodhpur, 1860, Shri Bhatianji Rani Ratan Kunwarji Sahiba (b. 1852; d. in childbirth, at Jodhpur), educ. privately, a distinguished poetess, elder daughter of his maternal grand uncle, Thakur Shri Lakshman Singh, Thakur of Jakhan, under Jodphur Marwar. m. (third) at the Fort, Jaisalmer, 12th September 1861, H.H. Shri Bhatianji Maharani Phul Kunwarji Sahiba (d.s.p. at Himmatnagar, 1907), daughter of Meherban-i-Dostan Thakuran Raj Shri Chhatar Singhji Sahib, Thakur of Lathi, under Jaisalmer. m. (fourth) H.H. Bhatianji Maharani Kishan Kunwarji Sahiba, younger daughter of Thakur Shri Lakshman Singh, Thakur of Jakhan, under Jodphur Marwar. m. (fifth) H.H. Chota Bhatianji Maharani Mahtab Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Bhabhut Singhji, Thakur of Osian, Amednagar. m. (a) (b) and (c) three Paswanjis. He d. at Jodhpur, 4th September 1922, having had issue, one daughter by his first and one daughter by his fourth wife:
2) Maharajkumari Baisa Shri Roop Kunwar Baiji Lall Sahiba [Thakurani Roop Kunwar Sahiba of Bera] (d/o Maharani Kishan Kunwar). m. as his first wife, Rao Bahadur Thakur Sheonath Singhji, Thakur of Bera (b. 1869; d. 19xx), sometime Legal Mbr Jodhpur State Council. She d. 22nd September 1944, having had issue, three sons and three daughters:
a) Thakur Shri Prithi Singh, of Bera. b. 1894. Cdt Jodhpur Lancers, ADC to Maharaja Umaid Singhji of Jodhpur. He d. September 1936, having had issue:
i) Thakur Janjit Singhji, Thakur of Bera. He had issue, two sons:
(1) Thakur Devi Singhji, Thakur of Bera. m. Thakurani Mira Kumari, née Rajkumari Mira Kumari Sahiba, youngest daughter of H.H. Raja Shrimant Mahendra Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, Raja of Nagod, by his second wife, H.H. Rani Shri Shyam Kumari Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Shri Virendra Bahadur Singh, of Bandhi, in Sohawal. He had issue:
(a) Kunwar Brij Raj Singh Bera. Polo player with the Jodhpur Eagles. Mbr Jodhpur Polo Club. He was k. (accidentally drowned) in the lake at Balsamand Palace, Jodhpur.
(2) Thakur Baljeet Singhji. b. at Jodhpur, 10th April 1955. m. 18th April 1980, Thakurani Kiran Kumari (b. at Indore, 20th July 1956), née Shrimati Rajkumari Bapu Bhanwar Kiran Kanwarji Sahiba, fifth daughter of Shreeman Maharaj Shri Lakshman Singhji Sahib, of Adwaria, under Sailana, by his wife, Shrimati Rani Hemant Kumari Sahiba, third daughter of Kunwar Rangare [Ranzor] Singh, sometime Judge of the High Court of Sirmur. He had issue, one son and two daughters:
(a) Kunwar Yaduveer Singhji. b. at Jodhpur, 14th November 1995, educ. Daly Coll, Indore.
(a) Baijilalsa Harshita Kumari [Kunwarani Harshita Kumari, of Askote]. b. at Jodhpur, 5th June 1981. m. at Calcutta, 22nd January 2007, Kunwar Kapil Pal Singhji, of Askote, in the Almora district of Uttaranchal – see India Zamindars (Askote).
(b) Baijilalsa Kamakshi Kumari [Yuvrani Sahiba of Chuda]. b. at Surat, 4th May 1983. m. at Jaipur, 10th February 2008, Kumar Shri Aditya Sinhji Jhala, Yuvraj Sahib of Chuda (b. 20th September 1980), son of Thakore Shri Krishnakumarsinhji Dharmendrasinhji Sahib, Thakore Sahib of Chuda, by his wife, Thakurani Jaya Kumari Sahiba [Joy], elder daughter of Thakur Shri Bhagirath Singh, of Khatipura, under Jaipur – see India Non-salute(Chuda).
b) Brigadier Thakur Zabar Singh, of Bera, MBE (m 2.6.1943). Served with IA during WW2 1940-1945, prom Maj 1943, Cdt Jodhpur Lancers and Cdr. Jodhpur State Forces 1947, Comptroller Umaid Bhawan Palace 1954. Rcvd: 39/45 and Africa stars, British War and IGS (1945), Indian Independence (1948) medals, etc. m. 1927, Thakurani Sugan Kanwar (b. 1911; d. by sati, at Jodhpur, 18th October 1954, the last recorded case of its kind), daughter of Thakur Nathu Singhji, of Osian, in Ahmednagar, by his wife, Thakurani Inder Kanwar, from Peelwa, in Jodhpur Marwar. He d. at his home in Jodhpur, 17th October 1954, having had issue, a son:
i) Thakur Shri Manohar Singh, of Bera. m. Thakurani Indira Kanwar. He had issue, two sons and one daughter:
(1) Kunwar Shri Jaydeep Singh.
(2) Kunwar Shri Digvyjay Singh.
(1) Baijilalsa Mandira Kanwar [Kanwarani Mandira Kanwar, of Raoti]. m. Rajkumar Rajendra Singh, elder son of Maharaj Shri Madan Singhji, of Raoti, under Jodhpur. She has issue, two sons - see India (Jodhpur).
c) Major Thakur Jagat Singh, of Bera. m. Thakurani Roop Kanwar (b. 1918). He had issue:
i) Thakur Shri Sunder Singh. Private Sec. to Maharaja Gaj Singhji II of Jodhpur. He had issue:
(1) Kunwar Vikramaditya Singh.
a) Kunveri Jatan Kanwar [Patayetuni Jatan Kumari Sahiba, of Dhenkanal]. m. Sri Patayet Sahib Rajkumar Narsingh Pratap Singh Deo (b. at Dhenkanal, 5th July 1906), sometime Diwan and Presdt Dhenkanal State Council, second son of Raja Sura Pratap Mahendra Bahadur, Raja of Dhenkanal, by his wife, the elder daughter of Jubaraj Nriparaj Singh Deo, of Seraikela. She had issue - see India Non-Salute (Dhenkanal).
b) Kunveri Sireh Kanwar [Rani Sireh Kanwar Sahiba, of Dundlod]. m. at Bera, 1913, Rawal Shri Harnath Singhji Bahadur, Thakur of Dundlod (b. 17th September 1893; d. at Dundlod, 26th January 1976), in Jaipur. She d. 25th January 1967, having had issue, four sons and six daughters.
c) Kunveri Dhariawah Kanwar [Rani Dhariawah Kanwar Sahiba, of Kuchaman]. m. 1925, Raja Shri Hari Singh, of Kuchaman (b. 26th September 1912; d. at Jodhpur, 15th January 1956), elder son of Thakur Shri Nahar Singh, Thakur of Kuchaman, by his second wife, a daughter of Major-General Apji Sir Onkar Singhji, of Palaitha, CIE, in Kotah. She had issue, one son and three daughters.
1) Colonel Rao Bahadur Rao Raja Narpat Singhji. b. at Jodhpur, 28th March 1892 (s/o the second paswanji), educ. Eastbourne Coll, Sussex. Cdt Idar Imperial Service Scouts, Private Sec to his father 1913-1916, Residency Wakil 1914, Minister-in-Waiting at Jodhpur 1933-1938 and 1939-1947, Controller of the Household 1938-1939. Granted the personal titles of Rao Sahib (1921) and Rao Bahadur (1929). Rcvd: Delhi Durbar silver (1911), 1914 Star, British War (1918), Allied Victory (1918), Jodhpur Great War Service (1919), Silver Jubilee (1935), and Coron (1937) medals. m. 1916, Rao Rani Indra Kumari Devi, youngest daughter of Commanding-General H.E. Svasti Shri Madati Prachandra Bhujadandyetyadi Shri Shri Shri Maharaja Deva Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana, T’ung-ling-ping-ma-Kuo-Kang-wang, Maharaja of Lambjang and Kaski. He d. 23rd June 1967, having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
a) Rao Raja Shri Narendra Singh. b. 1917, educ. England. Served with Jodhpur Railways. m. 1941, Shri Shri Shri Maharaj Kumari Dibya Rajya Lakshmi Kumari Devi, daughter of Field Marshal H.H. Ojaswi-Rajanya Ati-Projjwala-Nepal-Taradisha Ati-Jyotirmaya-Subikhyat-Tri- Shakti-Patta Ati-Prasidha-Pravala-Gorkha-Dakshina-Bahu Pridhuladhisha Shri Shri Shri Maharaja Judha Shamsher Jung Bahadur Rana, T’ung-ling-ping-ma-Kuo-Kang-wang, Maharaja of Lambjang and Kaski, GCB, GCSI, GCIE, sometime Prime Minister and C-in-C of Nepal, by his first wife H.H. Bada Maharani Padma Kumari Rajya Lakshmi Devi, of Gulmi. He d. 1983, having had issue:
i) Rao Raja Shri Mahendra Singhji. b. 26th June 1944. CEO Mehrangarh Museum Trust 2001. He has issue, two sons:
(1) Kanwar Shri Dhananajaya Singh. b. 1968, educ. the Doon School, Dehra Dun; St Stephen’s Coll, Delhi Univ, and Peterhouse, Cambridge (BA). Polo Player. Executive Publisher Mehrangarh Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Author of “The House of Marwar” (1994), and “Marwar-Jodhpur. Gateway to the Thar” (1996). Mbr Jodhpur Eagles Polo Club. m. at Delhi, 23rd November 2005, Saubhagyakankshini Kanwarani Noor-Priya Kumari.
(2) Kanwar Shri Nikhilendra Singh. b. 1970, educ. the Doon School, Dehra Dun. Joint Dir. and head of operations Natural Mystic South Asia. Polo Player. Mbr. Jodhpur Eagles Polo Club.
b) Rao Raja Shri Nahar Singh. b. 1923.
a) Baisa Pawar Kanwarji Sahiba.
2) Captain Rao Raja Sagat Singhji, MC (1.1.1920). b. at Jodhpur, 1899 (s/o the second paswanji). Cmsnd into the Jodhpur Sardar Risala 1914, Hon 2nd-Lieut British Army 12/7/1916, served in the Great War 1914-1918, in France, Palestine & Syria, including the taking of Haifa and fall of Aleppo (MID, MC), served in Egyptian rebellion 1919, prom Hon Capt 1/1/1921. Rcvd: 1914 Star with 1915 clasp, IGS, British War, Allied Victory, India GS, and Jodhpur Great War Service (1919) medals. m. 192x, Rao Rani Lad Kanwar Sahiba daughter of Lieutenant-General H.H. Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan, Raj Rajeshwar Shri Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Sawai Madho Singh II Bahadur, Maharaja of Jaipur, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, GBE, by a secondary wife. He d. January 1925, having had issue, an only son:
a) Captain Rao Raja Devi Singh. b. at Jodhpur, 28th May 1924. Cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut Jodhpur Lancers 29/7/1945, prom Lieut 1/10/1945, retd as Capt. Rcvd: Jodhpur Victory (1945) and Coron (1947) medals. m. at Tehri, 8th December 1948, Rao Rani Shri Padma Deiji Sahiba (b. 2nd August 1933), daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel H.H. Swasti Shri 1008 Badrish Charya Prayana Garh-Rajya Mahi Mahendra Dharam, Vaibhav Dharam Rakshah Shiromani Shri 108 Maharaja Sir Narendra Shah Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Tehri Garhwal, KCSI. He d. 3rd June 2008, having issue, two sons and two daughters:
i) Rao Raja Shri Jagender Singh Rathore. b. 15th August 1952, educ. St Xavier’s Sch, and Univ of Rajasthan, Jaipur (MA). m. 13th December 1978, Rao Rani Shri Vijay Laxmi (b. at Jaipur, Rajasthan, 25th June 1957). He had issue, two sons:
(1) Kanwar Shri Abhiraj Singh Rathore. b. 25th December 1981, educ. Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Vidalya, Jaipur, and ICFAI Business Sch (IBS) (MBA), Hyderabad. m. Kanwarani Preeti Rathore (b.at Lucknow, UP, 25th August 1987), daughter of Shri Ajay Jain, by his wife, Shrimati Ranjana Jain.
(2) Kanwar Shri Raghu Raj Singh Rathore. b. 16th October1986, educ. Seedling Public Sch, Jaipur.
ii) Rao Raja Shri Chander Kiran Singh Rathore. b. 5th August 195x, educ. St Xavier’s Sch, Jaipur. m. 19th January 1983, Kanwarani Kavita Singh Rathore. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
(1) Kanwar Shri Arjun Singh Rathore. b. 8th January 1984, educ. Tagore Public Sch, Jaipur. m. 8th February 2014, Kanwarani Vasundhra Rathore, daughter of Manoj Tyagi.
(1) Baisa Aishvarya Kanwarji Sahiba [Aishvarya Padhi]. b. 1st August 1987, educ. Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls’ Sch, Jaipur. m. 11th December 2010, Shubharanshu Padhi, advocate, High Court of Delhi.
i) Baisa Sanyogita Kanwarji Sahiba [Srimathi Sanyogita Singh]. b. 20th October 1955. m. Commander Satendra Singh (b. 3rd August 1951), late IN, son of Brij Raj Singh. She had issue, one son and one daughter:
(1) Sidharth Singh. b. 24th September 1983, Naval Public Sch, Delhi, Indian Inst of Technology (IIT), Guhawti, and Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
(1) Gitanjali Singh. b. 6th September 1979, educ. Naval Public Sch, Delhi, and Symbiosis (MBA). Employed with HDFC Ltd. m. Mukesh Jain, educ. Welankar (MBA).
ii) Baisa Shree Lekha Kanwarji Sahiba [Srimathi Shree Lekha Aggarwal]. b. 14th January 1950. m. Group Captain Rama Kant Aggarwal, IAF. She had issue, one son and one daughter:
(1) Anirudh Aggarwal. Dentist.
(1) Anuraddha Aggarwal. Dentist.
3) Brigadier Padma Bushan Rao Bahadur Rao Raja Hanut Singhji. b. at the Ship House, Jodhpur, 20th March 1900 (s/o the first paswanji), educ. Mayo Coll, Ajmer, Dayanand Anglo-Vedic (DVA) Coll, Lahore, Eastbourne Coll, Sussex, and l’École de Cavalerie, Saumur, France. Page-of-Honour to the King-Emperor George V at the Delhi Durbar 1911. Cmsnd into the Jodhpur Sardar Risala 1914, Hon 2nd-Lieut British Army 12/7/1916, served in Great War 1914-1918, in France, Palestine & Syria, including the taking of Haifa and fall of Aleppo, served in Egyptian rebellion 1919, prom Hon Capt 18th KEO Lancers IA 1/1/1921, Private Sec to his father 1917-1922, Controller of the Household 1923-1925, Nigrani Officer of the Royal stables 1925-1933, prom Maj Jodhpur State Forces 1934, Comptroller of the Royal stables 1933-1941, prom Lt-Col 1941, Military Sec 1941-1948, prom Col 1946, and Brig 1947, Minister for Health, Medical and Jails Depts. for Rajasthan 1949-1951. Presdt Indian Polo Assoc. Dir Hira Crushing (India) Company Ltd. Granted the personal title of Rao Bahadur (11.5.1937). Rcvd: Delhi Durbar silver medal (1911), 1914 Star (with 1915 clasp), British War and Allied Victory medals (1918), IGS (1919), Silver Jubilee (1935) and Coron (1937) medals, Jodhpur Great War Service (1919), Victory (1945), and Indian Independence (1947) medals, Padma Bushan (1958) and Ajuna Award (1964). m. (first) at Jaipur, 1921, Rao Rani Siriya Kumari Sahiba, daughter of Lieutenant-General H.H. Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan, Raj Rajeshwar Shri Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Sawai Madho Singh II Bahadur, Maharaja of Jaipur, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, GBE, by a secondary wife. m. (second) at Nahan, 1934, Rao Rani Nahan Deviji Sahiba (b. 1910), née Kunveri Priya Devi, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel H.H. Maharaja Shri Sir Amar Prakash Singh Bahadur, Maharaja of Sirmur, KCSI, KCIE, by his morganatic wife, natural daughter of Commanding-General H.E. Svasti Sri Madati Prachandra Bhujadandyetyadi Sri Sri Sri Maharaja Deva Shumshere Jang Bahadur Rana, T’ung-ling-ping-ma-Kuo-Kang-wang, Maharaja of Lambjang and Kaski. He d. at Jodhpur, 12th October 1982, having had issue, three sons:
a) Rao Raja Shri Hari Singh (s/o the first wife). m. Rao Rani Nawal Kanwar Sahiba, daughter of his paternal uncle, Rao Raja Abhey Singhji. . He had no issue, an adopted a daughter:
i) Baisa Serena Kanwarji Sahiba.
b) Captain Rao Raja Shri Bijey Singh. b. at Jodhpur, 1924 (s/o the first wife). Cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut Jodhpur Lancers 1939, served in WW2 1939-1945 in North Africa & the Middle East. Rcvd: 39/45 & Africa stars, British War, India Service, Jodhpur Victory (1945), and Jodhpur Coron. (1947) medals. m. Rao Rani Kamala [Baby] (b. 1925), daughter of Major-General Nawab Mahboub Khan Bahadur, Khusru Jang, CIE, OBI, sometime Army Mbr Hyderabad Exec Council & Comptroller of the Household to the Maharani of Cooch-Behar. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
i) Rao Raja Shri Lakshman Singh. m. Rao Rani Lata Kaiker Sahiba. He had issue, two sons.
(1) Kanwar Shri Arjun Singh
(2) Kanwar Shri Ranjit Singh
i) Baisa Harsh Kanwarji Sahiba [Rani Harsh Kanwarji Sahiba, of Sahaspur]. m. at Jaipur, 28th February 1975, as his first wife (div.), Raja Chandra Vijay Singh, Raja of Sahaspur (b. at Lucknow, 18th December 1950), son of Major-General Diwan Misri Chand, IA, sometime GOC United Provinces Area, by his wife, Rajkumari Indra Mohini, daughter and heiress of Raja Jagat Kumar Rai, Raja of Sahaspur, in the Moradabad district of UP. She had issue, one son and two daughters - see India Zamindars (Sahaspur).
c) Rao Raja Shri Daljit Singh (s/o Priya Devi). m. Rao Rani Shakti Kumari Sahiba, of Bundi. He had issue, two sons and one daughter:
ii) Kanwar Shri Digvijay Singh. m. Kunwarani Mahima Rana, of Sirmur.
i) Baisa Mamta Kanwarji Sahiba. m. Martand Singh, of Kumaon.
d) Kanwar Bunny Singh Sisodia.
One of these sons had a son:
i) Kanwar Shri Ratanada Singh.
a) Baisa Kalyan Kanwarji Sahiba (d/o the first wife).
5) Rao Raja Shri Nahar Singhji, educ. Mayo Coll, Ajmer.
6) Lieutenant-Colonel Rao Raja Abhey Singhji, MBE (m 13.6.1946), CStJ (24.6.1946). b. at Jodhpur, 1906 (s/o the second paswanji), educ. Cambridge Univ. Controller of Stables Jodhpur 1933, Principal Private Sec to the Maharaja of Jodhpur, cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut (E.C.) IA, served in WW2, prom Maj 1946, ADC to the Vicereine Countess Mountbatten of Burma 1947. One of the distinguished band of victorious Polo players of Jodhpur and Jaipur. Rcvd: 39/45 and Burma Stars, British War, India Service (1945), and Coron (1937) medals. m. a daughter of Lieutenant-General H.H. Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan, Raj Rajeshwar Shri Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Sawai Madho Singh II Bahadur, Maharaja of Jaipur, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, GBE, by a secondary wife. He d. 1959, having had issue, two sons and two daughters:
a) Rao Raja Shri Chander Singh. He had issue, two daughters.
b) Rao Raja Shri Duleep Singh. He d. 1961.
a) Baisa Anand Kumari [Mrs B. Lall]. m. Brigadier B. Lall, late Indian Cavalry, sometime Gen Mngr Ratanada Polo Palace Hotel, Jodhpur.
b) Nawal Kanwar [Rao Rani Nawal Kanwar Sahiba]. m. Rao Raja Hari Singh (b. at Jodhpur, 1924), second son of her paternal uncle, Brigadier Rao Bahadur Rao Baisa Raja Hanut Singhji, by his first wife, Rao Rani Siriya Kumari Sahiba, daughter of Lieutenant-General H.H. Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan, Raj Rajeshwar Shri Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Sawai Madho Singh II Bahadur, Maharaja of Jaipur, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, GBE. She had no issue, but adopted a daughter with her husband – see above.
7) Rao Raja Prithi Singhji.
8) Rao Raja Dalpat Singhji.
1) A d/o the third paswanji. m. a natural son of Lieutenant-General H.H. Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan, Raj Rajeshwar Shri Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Sawai Madho Singh II Bahadur, Maharaja of Jaipur, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, GBE.