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  1. Delhi Durbar and Coronation: With King George V, Queen Mary.

  2. Delhi Durbar 1911, mit König Georg V. und Königin Mary auf dem Podest unter dem Baldachin.. Der Delhi Durbar (Hindi दिल्ली दरबार, Urdu دہلی دربار, „Hoftag zu Delhi“), gelegentlich auch Imperial Durbar, war eine Versammlung, die jeweils anlässlich der Krönung des britischen Monarchen zum Kaiser von Indien abgehalten wurde.

  3. Durbar is a Persian-derived term (from Persian: دربار, romanized : darbār) referring to the noble court of a king or ruler or a formal meeting where the king held all discussions regarding the state. It was used in South Asia for a ruler's court or feudal levy. A durbar may be either a feudal state council for administering the affairs of ...

  4. 13 de ene. de 2023 · While the 1877 coronation had been attended by 67 ruling chiefs, King Edward’s coronation was to have 100; the spread of the railways was another reason for a larger assemblage at the Durbar. The Entry of the Curzons. Lord and Lady Curzon along with the Duke and Duchess of Connaught arrived in Delhi on December 29th.

  5. 17 de dic. de 2020 · The Delhi Durbar of 1911 represents a significant moment in Indian history. Hosted on December 12, 1911 it was the third (and last) of a series of formal coronation events held by the British Raj in India. The first was held in 1877 acknowledging Queen Victoria as the Empress of India and was followed by an event in honour of Edward VII in 1903.

  6. The medal was distributed, not only to those present at the Durbar, but to others throughout India who contributed to the Raj. The ribbon was the same as for the medal for King George's Coronation, and while the obverse design is the same, the Durbar Medal is larger, being 1½ inches in diameter, compared with 1¼ inches for the Coronation Medal.

  7. Silent. English intertitles. With Our King and Queen Through India (1912) is a British documentary film. The film is silent and made in the Kinemacolor additive color process. The film records the 12 December 1911 celebrations in India which marked the coronation of George V and Mary of Teck and their proclamation as Emperor and Empress of India.