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Baroda

Baroda Oriental Institute

Baroda Oriental Institute

Agreement between Great Britain and Baroda, signed at Baroda, 8 September 1881

Manoeuvring Baroda and the Nation in British India Sayajirao Refashions Baroda

BARODA, Pratapsinha Gaekwar Sena Khas Khel Shamsher Bahadur (1908 - 1968)

Agreements between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Baroda, signed 12 January 1773 Treaty between Baroda and the Mahrattas, signed 1773

Definitive Treaty of Alliance between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Baroda, signed at Baroda, 21 April 1805

Supplement to the Definitive Treaty of 21 April 1805 between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Baroda, signed at Baroda, 6 November 1817

Gaikwar [Gaekwar], Sayaji Rao [Sayaji Rao III ], maharaja of Baroda (1863-1939), social reformer

Treaty between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Baroda, signed at Candeela, 26 January 1780

Convention between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Baroda, signed at Cambay, 15 March 1802

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Baroda, signed 3 April 1820

Articles of Agreement between Great Britain and Baroda regarding the Conditions for regulating the Manufacture and the Collection of Natural Salt within, and the Export of Salt from, His Highness's Possessions in Kathiawar, signed at Baroda, 14 March 1887

BARODA, Savaji Rao III (1863 - 1939), Sena Khas Khel, Sam Sher Bahadur, Farzand-i-Khas-i-Dowlat-i-Inglishia

DANVERS, Juland (1826 - 1902), India Government Official, retired 1892; Chairman of the Bombay, Baroda, and CI Railway and of the S Behar Railway Co.

DICKENS, Craven Hildesley (1822 - 1900), retired Lieutenant-General; chairman of Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway Co., and on boards of other Indian railways

BUTTERFIELD, Robert William Fitzmaurice (1889 - 1967), JP; FIRA (Ind); Financial Adviser and Chief Accounts Officer, Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, Bombay, retired

Dick Kooiman. Communalism and Indian Princely States: Travancore, Baroda and Hyderabad in the 1930s. New Delhi: Manohar. 2002. Pp. 249. Rs. 500.00

 

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A major princely state, now part of Gujarat. The Baroda royal durbar was a prominent centre of performing arts, due to continuous patronage from its rulers, the Gaekwads. Most of ...

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