Gaekwar


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Gaekwar

(ˈɡaɪkwɑː) or

Gaikwar

n
(Historical Terms) history the title of the ruler of the former native state of Baroda in India
[C19: from Marathi Gaekvād, literally: Guardian of the Cows, from Sanskrit gauh cow + -vad guardian]
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This was keeping in line with Bose's well-known abstract idiom, this vivid, drivable installation evokes the myriad colours and emotions of India," said Shivajirao Gaekwar of Saffronart, in the report.
While still married, she fell in love with Maharaja Pratap Singh Gaekwar of Baroda at the 1943 Madras Horse Show.
DAVE, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,SAYING:"In Gaekwar police station, there were two mobs-they started with stone pelting and then there was a bomb blast.
Believed to have originally been created as a gift for the tomb of the Prophet Mohammed in Medina, the carpet was commissioned in 1865 by Gaekwar Khande Rao, the then Maharaja of Baroda.
Named after its patron, it was commissioned circa 1865 by Gaekwar Khande Rao, the Maharaja of Baroda; reputedly originally intended as a gift for the tomb of (Prophet) Mohammed at Medina," it said.
Second-favourite at 13-2 was the Gaekwar of Baroda's Sayajirao - third in the Guineas, winner of the Lingfield Derby Trial and a brother to 1945 Derby winner Dante.
It was sent by Indian maharajah Gaekwar of Baroda to his love in 1891.
The Gaekwar of Baroda had William Goldring design an Italian garden at Makurpuri.
The tree was planted by Thomas Wadsworth Hibbert in 1947, just in time for His Highness the Maharaja Gaekwar of Baroda's arrival.
The most expensive Valentine present in history was a piece of carved ivory set with diamonds worth pounds 520,000 and sent by Indian maharajah Gaekwar of Baroda to his love in 1891.