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maharajah serfoji ll, the maratha ruler of thanjavur went on a cauvery yatra in 1801 to assert his sovereignty.    article on 25-2-15 Times Of India newspaper
Ganesh temple inside Brahadeshwara temple campus built by maharajah serfoji ll in 1801. idol of god ganesh inside the temple
                                entrance arch to thanjavur Palace complex at east main street. copying of the image , editing, reproducing or transmitting in any form without Admin's permission is strictly prohibited, cropping or removing our fb page name from our image and including other respective pages/sites name without permission is an offence, if so legal action would be taken.
                                                An unidentified Princess of Thanjavur  copyrights with Admin,  Maharajah Serfoji 2 memorial hall museum, sadar mahal palace Thanjavur
H.H Prince Pratap sinha Rajebhosle of thanjavur with Shrimant Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj of Kolhapur father of  Yuvraj Chhatrapati Sambhajiraje Bhosale  at shahu palace, kolhapur. Shrimant Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj is the current head of Kolhapur Bhosale Royal family and is the 13th king of kolhapur town which is in maharashtra.
sketch of Brahadeshwara Temple
                  VISIT OF SHRI. RAVINDRA SINGH SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF CULTURE     Central secretary, ministry of culture Shri. Ravindra singh I.A.S visited Thanjavur Maharaja Serfoji's Saraswati Mahal Library (TMSSML) and Art gallery in the presence of Prince H.H Shivaji Rajah Bhosle, life member in the board of TMSSML on january 2015     prince shivaji rajah Bhosle honoring shri Ravindra singh with a shawl and also by giving him a book "Rajah Serfoji 2 (with a short history of thanjavur marathas)" written by his father and admin's grandfather late prince Tulajendra Rajah bhosle and also by giving him a momentum of sadar mahal palace   shri. Ravindra singh, central secretary been showed TMSSML Museum a painting of goddess Saraswati. the goddess of learning a typical tanjore style painting of 18th century. the goddess is seated on a throne backed with a cotton cylindrical bolster. she is holding the veena in the recital style. in her right
  media coverage of Dhar coronation ceremony. Photos of prince.Pratap sinha Rajebhosle of Thanjavur is seen in many Dhar local newspapers including Hindustan times, Times of india etc. the head gear seen in pink colour of prince pratap  sinha raje is called "Mewadpagh". it belongs to sisodia clan from where chatrapathi shivaji the great belonged. chatrapathi shivaji's ansestors were migrated from mewar to the deccan. Chatrapathi Shivaji's ansestors were kshatriyas descended from the solar line of the rajput Rana's of mewar. prince pratap raje seen second from right
vintage photography. captions given as "scenery in thanjavur-south india". not sure about the location. if anyone knows the exact location of this 18th century amazing photograph please comment below.