Rathorji Maharani Sushil Devi of Udaipur,née Princess Sushil Kanwarji Sahib of Bikaner, c. 1930, Archival pigment print Courtesy Maharaja Ganga Singhji Trust / Tasveer
Rathorji Maharani Sushil Devi of Udaipur,née Princess Sushil Kanwarji Sahib of Bikaner, c. 1930, Archival pigment print Courtesy Maharaja Ganga Singhji Trust / Tasveer 

Maharanis: Women of Royal India

06/03/2018 - 08/04/2018

Tasveer Gallery 
Sua House 
26/1 Kasturba Cross Road 
560001 Bangalore

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Tasveer, in association with Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, is delighted to announce the viewing of its exhibition Maharanis: Women of Royal India at The City Palace Museum, Udaipur from 6th March to 8th April, 2018. Also available at the Palace will be the exhibition’s accompanying publication produced by Tasveer in association with Mapin Publishing.

Although Indian royalty have in the past formed the subject of several exhibitions and publications, the emphasis of these have always been centred around the figure of the male ruler, or the Maharaja. As a counterpoint to these narratives, this exhibition, organised as part of Tasveer’s 10th anniversary season, focuses on the Maharanis and other royal women of erstwhile Princely India.