British Commonwealth of Nations: Maharaja Disciplined

Exacting Puritans who frowned upon the coronation of "Mr. A." as Maharaja over 80,000 acres in the North Indian frontier wilds of Jammu and Kashmir (see above), relapsed into a state of pious admiration for British justice as they learned of the punishment which was meted out last week to the Maharaja of Indore, a state of some 8,000 acres* in extent, conveniently situated in Central India, within the immediate sphere of British influence.

It was the Maharaja of Indore who, as everyone knows, was...

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