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Indradhanush Magazine: Raj Kumari Indira Devi Dhanraj Gorji

Raj Kumari Indira Devi Dhanraj Gorji: An icon of cultural Ambassador.

This special issue highlights the life and aspirations of an Indian Princess of Hyderabad, who had maintained a priviledged relation with Mauritius, ever since her first visit to the Island in 1968, when she was the chairman of the Hindi Academy of Andhra Pradesh. She had a dramatic meeting with one of the greatest poet and painter of Mauritius, Malcolm de Chazal, who was captivated by the elegance of Indira Devi, and offered her a dozen of his valuable paintings.

Forty-years later the Indian Princess returned those paintings to several institutions in Mauritius. This illustrates her generous big heart.


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Indradhanush offers readers who are keen to know, the impact of events that have left an indelible imprint on the history on Mauritius, and the life and work of eminent patriots who have shown the right way so that Mauritius Island may progress fraternally and harmoniously. Every issue of Indradhanush is valuable and indispensable for reference in schools, colleges, educational institutions, public and private libraries as well as for general readers.

Indradhanush Sanskritic Parishad (I.S.P)
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Beau Bassin, Mauritius
(230) 454-7554

Back Issues of Indradhanush are also available. Please write to us for more details.

magazine editor

Pahlad Ramsurrun


English, French, Hindi

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