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  1. 1 de nov. de 2017 · In Delhi’s Coronation Park on January 1, 1877, the British monarch Queen Victoria (1837-1901) assumed a new title: Qaisar-i Hind, the Empress of India. Victoria’s proclamation was the central event of the jalsah-i qaisari, a massive imperial assemblage otherwise known in English as the Delhi Durbar.

  2. › wiki › Delhi_DurbarDelhi Durbar - Wikipedia

    On 22 March 1911, a royal proclamation announced that the Durbar would be held in December to commemorate the coronation in Britain a few months earlier of King George V and Queen Mary and allow their proclamation as Emperor and Empress of India.

  3. Grand Delhi Coronation Durbar and Royal Visit to Calcutta Including Their Majesties' Arrival at Amphitheatre: Directed by Hiralal Sen. With King George V, Queen Mary.

  4. This detailed narrative of the 1911 royal tour of India was written by The Hon. John Fortescue, a British military historian and the Royal Librarian at Windsor Castle. Like the Padshahnama , and other Mughal history texts, it describes all the daily public activities of the King-Emperor.

  5. Photograph of King George V (1865-1936) on the left and Queen Mary (1867-1953) walking down steps after landing at Princeps Ghat in Calcutta during the Royal visit to India and Durbar. The Queen holds a parasol in her left hand and on her left, an attendant holds a second parasol.

  6. 1 de mar. de 2016 · The three imperial durbars held in Delhi for the coronation of British monarchs as the rulers of India were gatherings of royalty, administration, and the military, organized in the years 1877, 1903, and 1911.

  7. Explore the Collection Narrative of the visit to India of their Majesties King George V & Queen Mary, and of the Coronation Durbar held in Delhi 12 Dec., 1911 / by The Hon. John Fortescue Search the collection