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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Delhi_DurbarDelhi Durbar - Wikipedia

    The Delhi Durbar (lit. "Court of Delhi") was an Indian imperial-style mass assembly organized by the British at Coronation Park, Delhi, India, to mark the succession of an Emperor or Empress of India. Also known as the Imperial Durbar, it was held three times, in 1877, 1903, and 1911, at the height of the British Empire.

  2. 17 de dic. de 2020 · The Imperial Cadet Corps at Delhi railway station during the Delhi Durbar, December 1911. The Durbar was held to commemorate the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India.

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  3. Delhi Durbar (en hindi: दिल्ली दुर्बार, urdu: دلی دربار; que significa Tribunal de Delhi) era una asamblea de masas realizada en el Parque de la Coronación en Delhi, India, para conmemorar la coronación del rey y la reina del Reino Unido.

  4. The main event of the Delhi Durbar was the Coronation ceremony on 1 st January 1903. For this, an amphitheatre was set up. It was divided into different blocks from A-Y. Seats were predetermined and allotted to the various guests of the Durbar on the basis of hierarchy.

  5. Coronation Park is a park located at Burari Road near Nirankari Sarovar (Formless Lake) in Delhi, India. It was the venue of the Delhi Durbar of 1877 when Queen Victoria was proclaimed the Empress of India.

  6. 14 de ene. de 2024 · Enter the era of the so-called Delhi Durbars, the massive royal ceremonies held in 1877, 1903, and 1911 in Delhi’s Coronation Park by the imperial government.

  7. 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.