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H.H. Maharaja Natwarsinghji Maharani Kusum Kunverba H.H. Maharaja Natwarsinghji with his brother Mahraj Naharsinghji H. H. Maharaja Maharaja Natwarsinghji with royal Princes: Maharaja of Dhrol, Patna, Alirajpura. Baria & others
 
 
       
From L to R - H. H. Lunawada, H. H. Natwarsinghji, H. H. Dhrol, & H. H. Sachin H. H. Natwarsinghji Welcoming the political agent at Chhotaudepur. The Magnificent Darbar Hall at Chhotaudepur, today it is house of town hall. H. H. Maharaja Natwarsinghji attending state office at the Chhotaudepur Darbar hall.
 
 
       
H. H. Maharaja Natwarsinghji Waiting to receive the royal guest at Chhotaudepur for his sister's wedding. H. H. Natwarsinghji Chauhan inspecting a grand of honor. A Royal Banquet in progress at the Symkhana premises. The royal Chhotaudepur infantry.
 
 
       
The cavalry regiment of the royal Chhotaudepur way. A lown tennis match being played at the Chhotaudepur gymkhana. The Chhotaudepur railway station. Teh Bodeli-Chhotaudepur track was laid by Maharaja Fateh Singhji. The royal railway saloon of Chhotaudepur. This was used by the royal to travel from Chhotaudepur to Baroda.
 
 
       
H. H. Maharani Kusukkunverba being escorted in a covered Palanquin to the Chhotaudepur railway station H. H. Natwarsinghji with his eldest son Virendrasinghji. The Daly College group 1953. H. H. Virendra Singhji Chauhan passed his intermediate from the Daly College, Indore. H. H. Virendrasinghji Chauhan graduated with Economics ( Honors ) from Pune University.
 
 
       
H. H. Maharaja Virendrasinghji Chauhan after shooting his first leopard. The marriage procession of H. H. Maharaja Virendra Singhji Chauhan during his wedding to Pricess Gayatridevi of Palitana. H. H. Virendra singhji with the Maharaja of Palitana during his wedding to the princess of palitana - Gayatridevi. A game of polo being played at the Chhotaudepur gymkhana. H. H. Maharaja Virendrasinghji was a polo enthusiast.