'Bombay. Colour comes to life in Baroda when the Gaekwar's state elephants, caparisoned in gold and scarlet and blue and flanked by white-clad footmen, pace in procession through the wide Manipuri bazaar', c1920. The former princely state of Baroda, Western India, was ruled by the Gaekwad dynasty from 1721 to 1949, when it became part of the Union of India. From Geographical Magazine, Volume 2, c1920.
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