Synonyms for soubhagyavati or Related words with soubhagyavati

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Examples of "soubhagyavati"
In 1865 he married Maharani Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Girja Bai Sahib Holkar, later Maharani Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Varanasi Bai Sahib Holkar, Shrimant Maharani Sahib Akhand Soubhagyavati Chandrabhaga Bai Holkar, Maharani Sita Bai Soubhagyavati Shrimant Akhand Sahib Holkar.
In 1846 he married Maharani Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Mhalsa Bai Sahib Holkar (known as Rukhma Bai, who died of cholera in Indore in June 1848).after her death in 1849 he married Maharani Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Bhagirathi Bai Sahib Holkar and Maharani Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Radha Bai Sahib Holkar
In the year 1924 he married Maharani Shrimant Akhand Sahib Soubhagyavati Sanyogita Bai Holkar. Yeshwant Rao and his wife Maharani Sanyogita both studied in England.
He was son of Devaraj Urs of Ankanhalli and adopted by Soubhagyavati Maharani Sri Devajamma alias Devaja Ammani Avaru, to the late reign of Dodda Krishnaraja Wodeyar I.
In 1895 he married Maharani Shrimant Chandravati Bai Sahib Holkar, in 1913 he married Maharani Akhand Soubhagyavati Shrimant AIndira Bai Sahib Holkar and 1928 with Maharani Akhand Soubhagyavati Shrimant Sharmista Devi Sahib Holkar, an American born Nancy Anne Miller. Before the wedding, Nancy Anne Miller adopted Hinduism. Dr. Shrinivas Gosavi, personal physician to HH Tukojirao, had to ask Aadi Shankarachrya to intervene as the Hindu hirarchy around Tukojirao was against performing the conversion ceremony. Aadi Shankarachrya himself performed the ceremony and the wedding took place. Dr. Gosavi had received many death threats and went underground for some time till he prevailed.
Sayajirao was born in a Maratha family at Kavlana in Malegaon Tahsil Dist. Nashik as Shrimant Gopalrao Gaekwad, second son of Meherban Shrimant Kashirao Bhikajirao Dada Sahib Gaekwad (1832–1877) and Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Ummabai Sahib. His branch of the Gaekwad dynasty was a cadet branch descended from a morganatic marriage of the first Raja of Baroda and so was not expected to succeed to the throne.
Maharajadhiraja Sir Raj Rajeshwar Sawai Shri Tukojirao III Holkar XIII Bahadur (26 November 1890 – 21 May 1978) was the Maharaja of Indore (Holkar State) belonging to the Holkar dynasty of the Marathas, son and successor of Shivajirao Holkar who abdicated in his favor on January 31, 1903. His mother was Akhand Soubhagyavati Shrimant Maharani Sita Bai Sahib Holkar. He completed his education from the Daly College, Indore and ICC, Dehradun.
Maharajadhiraja Raj Rajeshwar Sawai Shri Sir Shivaji Rao Holkar Bahadur XII (Indore, 11 November 1859 – Maheshwar, 13 October 1908) was the Maharaja of Indore (Hokar State) belonging to the Holkar dynasty of the Marathas. He was the son of Tukojirao Holkar II and Maharani Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Parvati Bai Sahib. He was educated at the Daly College, Indore, a prestigious school in central India along with the rulers of the Ratlam State, Dewas Sr. State & other Thakurs of the princely states in Madhya Bharat.
i) Lieutenant-Colonel Kanak Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana. b. 1930, educ. Prince of Wales and Doon Schs, Dehra Dun. Military attache. m. Sri Rani Siniti Rajya Lakshmi (b. 16 September 1932), née Shrimant Rajkumari Suniti Raje Bhonsle, youngest daughter of Major H.H. Raja Shrimant Sir Khem Sawant V Bhonsle Bahadur [Bapu Sahib], Sir Desai of Sawantwadi, KCSI, by his wife, H.H. Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Rani Parvatidevi Raje Bhonsle, sometime Rani Regent of Savantwadi, younger daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Shrimant Yuvaraj Fatehsinhrao Gaekwad, Yuvaraj Sahib of Baroda. He had three sons.
According to historical evidence, an ancient name of Gangapur was Lalpura, Gangapur is named after the death of Maharani Ganga Bai Scindia. [H.H. Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Maharani Gangabai Raje Sahib Scindia (d. from illness, at Gangapur, May 1792 A very beautiful temple with great architecture is situated here called "Temple of Maharani Ganga Bai Sahib." Maharani came here to solve a dispute between her brother [not real] Maharana Mewar and Devgarh Rao. After the settlement of the conflict, she was going back to Gwalior in the way she died at village LALPURA. Maharana Mewar gifted Lalpura & 12 other villages of Mewar to Gwalior state in memory of Gangabai. Gwalior state built a temple here & gave the new name "GANGAPUR" to village Lal Pura.