An in depth look at the Cars of the Maharajas and their visit to the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
In the video: Arvind Singh Mewar, Maharana of Udaipur
That Indians show love for luxury is nothing new, as the media creates hype about the resurfacing of luxury, in the recent times. Instances are many. The shopping list of Indian blue-bloods always enlisted superior brands like Rolls-Royce and others of its class, which all was primarily used as their chariot for hunting.
Isn’t that sounding as if a time-machine took us all much before India was colonized by the British, French and Portuguese, way back during the Mahabharata and Ramayana? Actually, we are talking incidents that are closer to our living era- that which are pre-independence and post-independence, as well. Their Rolls Royce, were even so decked that it won’t be surprising if one mistakes it for a chariot.
Surprising indeed!!! More bizarre incidents revolve round the Maharajas and their love for cars since time immemorial. We aim to live through those times when motor cars were relished and cherished by Maharajas, as greatly as they feel the same for their princely titles and powers. Dwell on as we bring out more relevant incidents in the Indian background of royalty, for you.