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Famous Rajput Rulers and Personalities


18TH CENTURY AND BEFORE

FAMOUS RAJPUTS INARMED FORCES OF INDIA

  • Brigadier Sawai Bhawani Singh, Maharaja of Jaipur, awarded Mahavir Chakra.
  • Major Shaitan Singh, awarded Param Vir Chakra for service in the 1962 India-China war.
  • Naik Jadu Nath Singh Rathore, awarded Param Vir Chakra for service in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947.
  • Brigadier Hari Singh Deora of Galthani (Pali, Rajasthan), awarded A.V.S.M.
  • Colonel Saurabh Singh Shekhawat, the most decorated serving officer in the Indian Army.
  • Company Havaldar Major Piru Singh Shekhawat, posthumously awarded the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest award for valour in the face of the enemy.
  • Lt. General Hanut Singh Rathore of Jasol, awarded Mahavir Chakra for his role in the battle of Basantar in 1971 war.
  • General Maharaj Shri Rajendrasinhji Jadeja, DSO (15 June 1899 – 1 January 1964) of Nawanagar, also known as Kumar Sri Rajendrasinhji and K.S. Rajendrasinhji, was the first Chief of Army Staff of the Indian army, and the second Indian, after Field Marshal K. M. Cariappa, to become Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army.
  • Lieutenant General Sagat Singh, PVSM (14 July 1918 – 26 September 2001) was a three-star General in the Indian Army notable for his participation in liberation of Goa and later in Bangladesh. He held many prestigious command and staff appointments throughout his military career.
  • Lieutenant-General Kanwar Bahadur Singh of Palaitha, MBE, (5 August 1910 – 8 May 2007) was a senior officer in the Indian Army.
  • Admiral V.S. Shekhawat is a former Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy. He was 14th Chief of Naval Staff and served as Navy Chief from September-30 1993 to September-30 1996.
  • Admiral Madhvendra Singh of Chomu was Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy between 29 December 2001 and his retirement from service on 31 July 2004. He had by that date completed over 41 years of service.
  • Lt. Gen. Nathu Singh Rathore of Gumanpura (Dungarpur).
  • Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is a Veteran Indian shooter and politician (union minister), who rose to fame after winning the Silver Medal in Men's Double Trap at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
  • Karni Singh Rathore (1953–2005) was a member of the Indian Army and recipient of the Kirti Chakra award.
  • Maj. Gen. Kalyan Singh Rathore, from Bhagwanpura, District Nagaur, was awarded P.V.S.M.
  • Brig. Hamir Singh Rathore, from Bhagwanpura, District Nagaur, was awarded Vir Chakra in 1971 war.

FAMOUS RAJPUTS INSPORTS AND ATHLETICS

  • Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji, Indian Test cricketer, ruler of Nawanagar from 1907 to 1933. Ranji Trophy was named in his honour.
  • Major Dhyan Chand, winner of three Olympic gold medals (1928, 1932, and 1936) in field hockey and widely considered as the greatest field hockey player of all time.
  • Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, an Indian shooter and politician, who rose to fame after winning the Silver Medal in Men's Double Trap at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian cricketer and current caption of team India from 2007.
  • Raj Singh of Dungarpur, former President of BCCI.
  • Ravindra Jadeja, Indian cricketer.
  • Ajay Jadeja, former cricketer who played between 1992 and 2000, playing in 15 Test matches and 196 One Day Internationals.
  • Kumar Shri Duleepsinhji of Nawanagar, a cricketer who played for England.
  • Chetan Chauhan, former cricketer who played 40 Test matches for India.
  • Kunwar Digvijay Singh, popularly known as “Babu”, was an Indian field hockey player, born in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh. He played in the capacity of vice-captain in the 1948 Olympic Games. He was the captain of the Indian team at 1952 Helsinki Olympics Games. The Indian team won a gold medal on both occasions.
  • Rajesh Chauhan, former Indian cricketer who played in 21 Tests and 35 ODIs from 1993 to 1998.
  • Jaspal Rana, an Indian shooter who was a gold medallist at the 1994 Asian Games, 1998 Commonwealth Games, 2002 Commonwealth Games, 2006 Commonwealth Games and 2006 Asian Games.
  • Hanuman Singh, former basketball player from India. He played for India in Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and at 1980 Olympics. He was awarded Arjuna Award in 1975.
  • Apurvi Chandela, an Indian shooter who won the gold medal in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
  • Vikram Singh Solanki, Indian-born English cricketer, who plays county cricket for Surrey having previously spent 17 years at Worcestershire.

FAMOUS RAJPUTS ININDIAN POLITICS

  • Vishwanath Pratap Singh (25 June 1931 – 27 November 2008) of of Manda, Indian politician and government official, was the Prime Minister of India (1989–90).
  • Chandra Shekhar Singh (1 July 1927 – 8 July 2007), was prime Minister of India for seven months.
  • Bhairon Singh Shekhawat (23 October 1923 – 15 May 2010) of Khachariawas, was the 11th Vice-President of India. He served as the Chief Minister of Rajasthan three times, from 1977 to 1980, 1990 to 1992 and 1993 to 1998.
  • Jaswant Singh (born 3 January 1938) of Jasol. He earlier belonged to the Bharatiya Janata Party and has held many portfolios in the national cabinet including Finance, External Affairs and Defence during the NDA regime (1998 to 2004)
  • Virbhadra Singh (born 23 June 1934) of Bashahr, is an Indian politician who has been the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh since 2012. He has previously held several national political offices and previously served as Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh from 1983 to 1990, from 1993 to 1998, and from 2003 to 2007. He was an elected member of the Lok Sabha in 1962, 1967, 1972, 1980 and in 2009.
  • Digvijaya Singh (born 28 February 1947) of Raghogarh, is an Indian politician and a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha. He is also currently a General Secretary of the Indian National Congress party's All India Congress Committee. Previously, he had served as the 9th Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, a central Indian state, for two terms from 1993 to 2003.
  • Vir Bahadur Singh was an Indian politician belonging to Indian National Congress. He was Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Minister of Communications.
  • Arjun Singh (5 November 1930 – 4 March 2011) of Churhat, was an Indian politician from the Indian National Congress party. He was the Union Minister of Human Resource Development in the Manmohan Singh cabinet from 2004 to 2009. He served as Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh three times.
  • Raman Singh (born 15 October 1952) is an Indian politician and is the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh state since 7 December 2003. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
  • Shankersinh Vaghela (born 21 July 1940) is an Indian politician belonging to Indian National Congress. He is a Leader of Opposition in 13th Gujarat Legislative Assembly. He has also served as a Member of Parliament, having been elected to the 6th, 9th, 10th, 13th and 14th Lok Sabhas. He was also a member of the Rajya Sabha from 1984 to 1989.
  • Madhav Singh Solanki is a leader of Indian National Congress party and a former External Affairs minister of India. He was the four times chief minister of Gujarat.
  • Rajnath Singh (born 10 July 1951) is an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) who currently serves as the Home Minister of India. He previously served as the Chief Minister of the state of Uttar Pradesh and as a Cabinet Minister in the Vajpayee Government. He has also served as the President of the BJP twice, 2005–2009 and 2013–2014.
  • General Vijay Kumar Singh, PVSM, AVSM, YSM (born 10 May 1951) is an Indian politician and a retired four star general in the Indian Army. In May 2014, he was appointed as the Minister of State of External Affairs and Minister of state (independent charge) for North East Region in the NDA-led Indian Government. He joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and was elected as the Member of Parliament of the Lok Sabha in the Indian general elections, 2014, from the Ghaziabad constituency of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Narendra Singh Tomar (born 12 June 1957) is a leader of Bharatiya Janata Party and a member of 15th Lok Sabha from Eronthi Morena
  • Rajiv Pratap Rudy (born March 30, 1962) is an Indian politician, representing Bharatiya Janata Party, and a Member of Parliament representing Saran Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar, India since May 2014.
  • Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is a Veteran Indian shooter and politician (union minister). He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He won his first Lok Sabha election in 2014 and is currently the Minister of State for Ministry of Information and Broadcasting under the Narendra Modi government.

FAMOUS RAJPUTS BESTOWED WITHBRITISH AWARDS

The Most Exalted Order of the Star of India

The Most Exalted Order of the Star of India is an order of chivalry founded by Queen Victoria in 1861. The Order includes members of three classes:

Knight Grand Commanders (G.C.S.I)

  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Sayaji Rao Gaekwar Sena Khas Khel Shamsher Bahadur, of Baroda, 15th Feb 1887.
  • H.H. Maharana Sir Fateh Singh Bahadur, of Udaipur, 15th Feb 1887.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Shivaji Rao Holkar, of Indore, 30th June 1887.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sawai Sir Madho Singh Bahadur, G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., of Jaipur, 1st Jan 1888.
  • Major General H.H. Maharaja Sir Pratab Singh Bahadur, of Jammu and Kashmir, 25th May 1892.
  • H.H. Sir Shahu Chhattrapati Maharaj, G.C.V.O., Maharaja of Kolhapur, 1st Jan 1895.
  • A.D.C. Hony. Col. H.H. Maharaja Sir Madho Rao Sindhia Bahadur, of Gwalior, G.C.V.O., 25th May 1895.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Vyankatesh Raman Singh Bahadur, of Rewa, 22nd June 1895.
  • A.D.C. Hony. Major General H.H. Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh Bahadur, K.C.B., of Idar, 22nd June 1897.
  • H.E. Maharaja Chandra Shamsher Jang Rana Bahadur, 2nd Jan 1905.
  • H.H. Sri Sawai Maharaja Sir Ram Singh II Bahadur, of Jaipur, cr.1863.
  • Maharaja Sir Madan Pal, of Karauli.
  • H.H. Maharaja Jaswantsinhji Bhavsinhji, of Bhavnagar.
  • H.H. Maharaja Takhatsinghji Jaswantsinghji, of Bhavnagar.
  • H.H. Sir Sri Maharajah Chamarajendra X Wadiyar, of Mysore.
  • H.H. Maharaja Shri Sir Jaya Chamaraja Wadiyar Bahadur, of Mysore, cr.1945.
  • Mirza Maharao Pragmalji Desalji II, of Kutch.
  • H.H. Maharajadhiraj Mirza Maharao Shri Sir Khengarji Pragmalji III Sawai Bahadur, of Kutch, 1917.
  • H.H. Shri Sawai Maharaja Sir Mangal Singhji Virendra Shiromani Dev, of Alwar.
  • Col. H.H. Raj Rishi Shri Sawai Maharaja Sir Jai Singhji Virendra Shiromani Dev Bharat Dharam Prabhakar, of Alwar, cr.1924.
  • Maj. Gen. H.H. Raj Rajeshwar Maharajdhiraj Maharaja Shri Sir Hari Singh Bahadur, of Jammu And Kashmir.
  • H.H. Maharaja Raj Rajeshwar Shiromani Shri Sir Ganga Singh Bahadur, of Bikaner, cr.1911.
  • Lt. Gen. H.H. Maharajadhiraj Raj Rajeshwar Narendra Shiromani Maharajah Sri Sadul Singhji Bahadur, of Bikaner.
  • Colonel H.H. Maharao Mahendra Shri Sir Umed Singhji II Bahadur, of Kotah, cr.1911.
  • H.H. Maharana Sir Bhupal Singh Bahadur, of Udaipur, 1st Jan 1931.
  • H.H. Maharaja Mahindra Sawai Sir Pratap Singh Bahadur, of Orchha, cr.1906.
  • H.H. Raja Sir Shamsher Prakash Bahadur, of Sirmur, 1887.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharaja Jam Shri Sir Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji, of Nawanagar, cr.1923.
  • H.H. Maharao Raja Sir Raghubir Singh Bahadur, of Bundi, 3rd June 1919.

Knights Commanders (K.C.S.I)

  • Raja Sir Amar Singh, of Kashmir, 10th Nov 1891.
  • H.H. Maharao Sir Kesri Singh Bahadur, G.C.I.E., of Sirohi, 1st Jan 1895.
  • Thakur Sahib Sir Munsinghji Sursinghji, Chief of Palitana, 1st Jan 1896.
  • H.H. Maharao Raja Sir Raghubir Singh Bahadur, G.C.I.E., of Bundi, 1st Jan 1897.
  • H.H. Maharaja Lokindra Sir Bhawani Singh Bahadur, of Datia, 1st Jan 1898.
  • Hony. Major H.H. Maharao Sir Umed Singh Bahadur, of Kota, 23rd May 1900.
  • H.H. Raja Sir Surinder Bikram Prakash Bahadur, of Sirmur, 9th Nov 1901.
  • H.H. Raja Sir Kirti Shah, of Tehri-Garhwal, 1st Jan 1903.
  • Hony. Major H.H. Maharaja Raj Rajeshwar Shiromani Shri Sir Ganga Singh Bahadur, K.C.I.E, of Bikaner, 24th June 1904.
  • H.H. Sir Bhavsinghji Takhatsinghji, Thakur Sahib of Bhavnagar, 24th June 1904.
  • Hon. H.H. Maharaja Bahadur Sir Digvijay Singh, of Balrampur, 1866.
  • Maharaja Bahadur Sir Bhagwati Prasad Singh, of Balrampur.
  • Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Jawansinhji Gambhirsinhji Sahib Bahadur, of Idar.
  • H.H. Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Kesrisinhji Jawansinhji Sahib Bahadur, of Idar.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Daulat Singhji Sahib Bahadur, of Idar.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Anandrao Puar III Bahadur, of Dhar.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharaja Shri Sir Udajirao II Puar Bahadur, of Dhar, 1911.
  • Rana Sir Shankar Bakhsh Singh, of Khajurgaon & Thalrai, 1887.
  • Maharaja Bahadur Sir Jai Mangal Singh, of Gidhaur.
  • H.H. Maharaja Jaswantsinhji Bhavsinhji, of Bhavnagar.
  • H.H. Maharaja Bhavsinhji II Takhatsinghji, of Bhavnagar, 1904.
  • H.H. Maharana Sri Bhawanisinhji Hamirsinhji, of Danta.
  • Hon. Lt.-col. H.H. Maharaja Lokendra Sir Govind Singh Ju Dev Bahadur, of Datia, 1918.
  • H.H. Maharaja Mahendra Sir Rudra Pratap Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, of Panna, 1876.
  • Col. H.H. Maharaja Mahendra Sir Yadvendra Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, of Panna, 1st Jan 1932.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharana Shri Sir Vijaysinhji Chhatrasinhji Sahib, of Rajpipla, 1st Jan 1925.
  • H.H. Thakore Sahib Shri Sir Bahadursinhji Mansinhji, of Palitana.
  • Col. Maharaj Sri Sir Bhairun Singhji Bahadur, of Tejrasar, cr.1916.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharaja Jam Shri Sir Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji, of Nawanagar, 1917.
  • H.H. Maharajadhiraj Maharao Shri Sir Sarup Ram Singhji Bahadur, of Sirohi, 3rd June 1924.
  • Maj. H.H. Raja Sir Bijai Chand, of Bilaspur.
  • H.H. Raja Sir Jashwant Singhji Bahadur Sahib, of Sailana, cr.1904.
  • H.H. Maharaja Mahindra Sawai Sir Pratap Singh Bahadur, of Orchha, cr.1900.
  • H.H. Maharaja Mahindra Sawai Sir Vir Singh Bahadur, of Orchha.
  • Col. H.H. Raj Rishi Shri Sawai Maharaja Sir Jai Singhji Virendra Shiromani Dev Bharat Dharam Prabhakar, of Alwar, cr.1909.
  • H.H. Raj Rishi Shri Sawai Maharaja Sir Tej Singhji Virendra Shiromani Dev Bharat Dharam Prabhakar, of Alwar, 2nd June 1943.
  • Raja Bijai Sen, of Mandi, cr.1884.
  • Maj. H.H. Raja Sir Joginder Sen Bahadur, of Mandi, cr.1931.
  • Lt.-col. H.H. Maharaja Sir Amar Prakash Bahadur, of Sirmur, cr.1915.
  • Colonel H.H. Maharao Mahendra Shri Sir Umaid Singhji II Bahadur, of Kotah, cr.1900.
  • H.H. Maharajadhiraj Maharawal Sir Jawahir Singh Bahadur, of Jaisalmer, cr.1918.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Tukojirao III Krishnajirao Puar, of Dewas-Senior, cr.1911.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Malharrao [baba Saheb] Puar, of Dewas-Junior, cr.1917.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharawal Sir Shri Ranjitsinhji Mansinhji, of Baria, 1st Jan 1922.
  • H.H. Maharaj Rana Sir Shri Bhawani Singh Bahadur, of Jhalawar, cr.1908.
  • H.H. Maharaja Shri Sir Lakhdhirji Waghji Bahadur, of Morvi, cr.1926.
  • Maharaja Raja Mahendra Sir Mahendra Singh, of Bhadawar, cr.1892.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharaja Rana Sahib Shri Sir Natwarsinhji Bhavsinhji Bahadur, of Porbandar.
  • H.H. Rai-i-rayan Maharawal Shri Sir Lakshman Singh Bahadur, of Dungarpur, cr.1935.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Umdae Rajhae Buland Makan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Madan Singh Bahadur, of Kishangarh, cr.1911.
  • Maj. Gen. H.H. Maharaja Sir Sajjan Singhji Bahadur, of Ratlam, cr.1909.
  • H.H. Maharawat Sir Ram Singh II Bahadur, of Pratapgarh.
  • Raja Rana Sir Bhagat Chand Bahadur, of Jubbal, cr.1936.
  • H.H. Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Shri Sir Sardar Singhji Bahadur, of Jodhpur, cr.1908.
  • H.H. Raja Saheb Shri Sir Bhuri Singh, of Chamba, cr.1906.
  • Major-General H.H. Samrajya Maharajadhiraja Bandhresh Shri Maharaja Sir Ghulab Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, of Rewah, 1st Jan 1927.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Sir Maharaja Narendra Shah Sahib Bahadur, of Tehri-Garhwal, 1st Jan 1932.

Companions (C.S.I)

  • Rao Chhatrapati Bahadur, Jagirdar of Alipura, 15th Feb 1887.
  • Raja Udai Pratap Singh, of Bhinga, 2nd Jan 1893.
  • Raja Ram Pal, of Kutlehar, 24th June 1904.
  • Thakore Sahib Karansinhji Vajirajji, of Lakhtar, 12th Dec 1911.
  • Thakore Sahib Balvirsinhji Karansinhji, of Lakhtar.
  • Raja Shiv Raj Singh, of Kashipur.
  • Rana Sir Shankar Bakhsh Singh, of khajurgaon & Thalrai, cr.1882.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sawai Sir Ranjor Singh Bahadur, of Ajaigarh.
  • Raja Mahipal Singh Ju Deo, of Sarila, cr.1939.
  • Col. Maharaj Sri Sir Bhairun Singhji Bahadur, of Tejrasar, cr.1909.
  • Raja Mangal Singh Bahadur, of Bhinai.
  • Raja Bhawani Singh, of Mainpuri.
  • Raja Narendra Chand, of Nadaun, cr.1907.
  • Maj. H.H. Raja Sir Bijai Chand, of Bilaspur, cr.1911.
  • Col. Maharaja Sir Jai Chand VI, of Lambagraon, Jan 1913.
  • Maharaj Fateh Singhji, of Raoti.
  • Darbar Shri Ala Chela Khachar, of Jasdan, cr.1897.
  • Thakore Saheb Shri Madarsinhji II Vakhatsinhji, of Sayla, cr.1913
  • Raja Hemendra Sen, of Keonthal, cr.1936
  • Lt. Col. Rajkumar Bir Bikram Singh, of Sirmur, cr.1914.
  • Raja Shrimant Mudhojirao Janrao Bapu Saheb Naik Nimbalkar IV, of Phaltan, cr.1911.
  • Lt. Col. Hh Sir Maharaja Narendra Shah Sahib Bahadur, of Tehri-Garhwal, 1st Jan 1922.
  • Raja Rana Sir Bhagat Chand Bahadur, of Jubbal, cr.1928.

Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire

The Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire is an order of chivalry founded by Queen Victoria in 1878. The Order includes members of three classes:

Extra Knight Grand Commander (G.C.I.E)

  • H.H. Maharao Sir Khengarji Bahadur, Rao of Kutch, 30th June 1887.
  • A.D.C. Hony. Col. H.H. Maharaja Sir Nripendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, of Cooch Behar, C.B., 23rd Feb 1888.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Bhanwar Pal Deo Bahadur, of Karauli, 22nd June 1897.
  • H.H. Sir Bhagwatsinghji Sangramsinghji, Thakur Sahib of Gondal, 22nd June 1897.
  • H.H. Sir Waghji Ravaji, Thakur sahib of Morvi, 25th July 1897.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sawai Sir Madho Singh Bahadur, G.C.S.I., G.C.V.O., Maharaja of Jaipur, 23rd May 1900.
  • H.H. Maharaja Mahindra Sawai Sir Pratap Singh Bahadur, of Orchha, 23rd May 1900.
  • H.H. Maharao Raja Sir Raghubir Singh Bahadur, K.C.S.I., of Bundi, 1st Jan 1901.
  • H.H. Maharao Sir Kesri Singh Bahadur, K.C.S.I., of Sirohi, 9th Nov 1901.
  • H.H. Maharao Shri Sir Sarup Ram Singh Bahadur, of Sirohi, 1st Jan 1932.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Tukoji Rao III Holkar, of Indore, 1918.
  • Field Marshal (Hon.) H.H. Maharaja Sir Yeshwant Rao II Holkar, of Indore.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sadul Singh Bahadur, of Kishangarh.
  • Major General H.H. Maharaja Sir Pratab Singh Bahadur, of Jammu & Kashmir, 1911.
  • Maj. Gen. H.H. Maharaja Sir Hari Singh Bahadur, of Jammu & Kashmir.
  • H.H. Maharaja Raj Rajeshwar Shiromani Shri Sir Ganga Singh Bahadur, of Bikaner, 1907.
  • Lt. Gen. H.H. Maharajadhiraj Raj Rajeshwar Narendra Shiromani Maharajah Sri Sadul Singhji Bahadur, of Bikaner.
  • Col. H.H. Maharaja Sir Chhattrapati Shahu I Bhonsle, of Kolhapur, 12th December 1911.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Chhattrapati Rajaram II Bhonsle, of Kolhapur, 1924.
  • Hon. Lt.-col. H.H. Maharaja Lokendra Sir Govind Singh Ju Dev Bahadur, of Datia, 1932.
  • Major H.H. Maharao Sir Ishwari Singh Bahadur, of Bundi, 11th May 1937.
  • Colonel H.H. Maharao Mahendra Shri Sir Umed Singhji II Bahadur, of Kotah, 1907.
  • H.H. Yuvaraja Sir Sri Kantirava Narasinharaja Wadiyar, of Mysore, 1915.
  • H.H. Rai-i-rayan Maharawal Shri Sir Lakshman Singh Bahadur, of Dungarpur, 1947.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Shri Pratap Chandra Bhanj Deo, of Mayurbhanj, 1946.
  • Maharaja Sir Rameshwara Singh Bahadur, of Darbhanga, 1915.
  • Major-General H.H. Maharaja Sir Ghulab Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, of Rewah, 1st Jan 1931.
  • Maj. Gen. H.H. Maharaja Sir Sajjan Singhji Bahadur, of Ratlam.
  • H.H. Maharana Sir Fateh Singh Bahadur, of Udaipur, 12th Dec 1911.
  • Major H.H. Maharaja Sir Ghanshyamsinhji Ajitsinhji Sahib Bahadur, of Dhrangadhra, 3rd June 1922.
  • Col. H.H. Raj Rishi Shri Sawai Maharaja Sir Jai Singhji Virendra Shiromani Dev Bharat Dharam Prabhakar, of Alwar, 1919.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Sayaji Rao Gaekwar Sena Khas Khel Shamsher Bahadur, of Baroda, 1919.

Knights Commanders (K.C.I.E)

  • Sir Jaswantsinghji Fatehsinghji, Thakur Sahib of Limbdi, 30th June 1887.
  • Maharana Sir Wakht Singhji, Raja of Lunawada, 25th May 1889.
  • Maharaja Sir Ravaneshwar Prasad Singh Bahadur, of Gidhaur, 25th May 1895.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sawai Sir Ranjor Singh Bahadur, of Ajaigarh, 1st Jan 1897.
  • Hony. Major H.H. Maharaja Raj Rajeshwar Shiromani Shri Sir Ganga Singh Bahadur, K.C.S.I, of Bikaner, 24th July 1901.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sipahdar-ul-Mulk Sir Malkhan Singh Bahadur, of Charkhari, 26th June 1902.
  • Maharaja Sir Rameshwara Singh Bahadur, of Darbhanga, 26th June 1902.
  • Raja Sir Nahar Singhji, of Shahpura, 1st Jan 1903.
  • H.H. Raja Sir Jaswant Singh, of Sailana, 24th June 1904.
  • HH Raja Sir Anand Chand, of Bilaspur.
  • Raja Sir Basu Deb Sudhal Deb, of Bamra, 1895.
  • Col. HH Thakore Sahib Shri Sir Daulatsinhji Jaswantsinghji, of Limbdi, 1921.
  • HH Sawai Maharaja Bhopal Singh Bahadur, of Ajaigarh.
  • HH Maharaja Shri Vakhatsinhji Dalelsinhji, of Lunawada, 25th May 1889.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh II Bahadur, of Ali Rajpur, 1911.
  • Thakore Saheb Shri Vakhatsinhji II Kesrisinhji, of Sayla, June 1913.
  • HH Shri Huzur Raja Sir Arjun Singhji Sahib Bahadur, of Narsinghgarh.
  • HH Shri Huzur Raja Sir Vikram Singhji Sahib Bahadur, of Narsinghgarh, 1941.
  • Gen. HH Raja Sir Amar Singh, of Jammu & Kashmir.
  • Maj. Gen. H.H. Maharaja Sir Hari Singh Bahadur, of Jammu & Kashmir, 1918.
  • HH Raja Rawat Sir Bane Singh, of Rajgarh, 1908.
  • HH Raja Rawat Sir Birendra Singh Bahadur, of Rajgarh, 1918.
  • HH Raja Sir Dileep Singhji Bahadur, of Sailana.
  • Capt. Maharaja Saheb Sir Shri Krishna Chandra Gajapathi Narayana Deo, of Parla Khimedi, 1946.
  • Col. Honourable Maharajadhiraja Sir Kameshwar Singh Bahadur, of Darbhanga.
  • HH Maharaja Sahib Sir Shri Indrasinhji Pratapsinhji, of Bansda.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Brijnathsinhji Randhirsinhji Ju Deo Bahadur, of Maihar.
  • Capt. HH Maharana Raj Saheb Shri Sir Amarsinhji Banesinhji, of Wankaner, 1911.
  • Rao Raja Sir Madho Singh Bahadur, of Sikar, 1st Jan 1922.
  • H.H. Thakore Sahib Shri Sir Bahadursinhji Mansinhji, of Palitana.
  • Maharaja Bahadur Sir Bhagwati Prasad Singh, of Balrampur, 1906.
  • Capt. HH Maharana Sir Ranjit Singhji II Bahadur, of Barwani, 1918.
  • Hon. Raja Sir Rampal Singh, of Kurri-Sudauli, 1916.
  • HH Raja Sir Ram Singh II Bahadur, of Sitamau, 1911.
  • H.H. Yuvaraja Sir Sri Kantirava Narasinharaja Wadiyar, of Mysore, 1911.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Bir Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, of Samthar, 1915.
  • Rana Sir Sheoraj Singh, of Thalrai and Khajurgaon, 1911.
  • HH Bharat Dharmendra Maharaja Sawai Sir Sawant Singh Bahadur, of Bijawar, 1911.
  • HH Thakore Sahib Waghji II Ravaji, of Morvi, 1887.
  • HH Shrimant Raja Meherban Sir Malojirao Vyankatrao Ghorpade IV, of Mudhol, 1920.
  • Col. HH Maharaja Mahendra Sir Yadvendra Singh Ju Deo Bahadur, of Panna, 1st Jan 1922.
  • Maharaja Bahadur Sir Radha Prasad Singh, of Dumraon.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Shri Pratap Chandra Bhanj Deo, of Mayurbhanj, 1935.
  • Lt.-Col. HH Umdae Rajhae Buland Makan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Madan Singh Bahadur, of Kishangarh, 1909.
  • Major H.H. Maharaja Sir Ghanshyamsinhji Ajitsinhji Sahib Bahadur, of Dhrangadhra, 1st Jan 1917.
  • HH Maharaja Shri Sir Bir Mitrodaya Singh Deo, of Sonepur, 1908.
  • Lt.-Col. (Hon.) HH Maharaja Sir Jagaddipendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, of Cooch Behar, 1945.
  • HH Thakore Saheb Sir Lakhajirajsinhji II Bavajirajsinhji, of Rajkot, 1908.
  • Col. Maharaja Sir Jai Chand VI, of Lambagraon, 1918.
  • H.H. Maharao Raja Sir Raghubir Singh Bahadur, of Bundi, 1894.
  • Lt.-Col. HH Maharaja Sir Amar Prakash Bahadur, of Sirmur, 1921.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Ranjit Singhji, of Ratlam, 1887.
  • H.H. Sir Bhagwatsinghji Sangramsinghji, of Gondal, 1887.
  • HH Maharawat Sir Raghunath Singh Bahadur, of Pratapgarh, 1911.
  • Col. H.H. Raj Rishi Shri Sawai Maharaja Sir Jai Singhji Virendra Shiromani Dev Bharat Dharam Prabhakar, of Alwar, 1911.
  • H.H. Maharaja Mahindra Sawai Sir Pratap Singh Bahadur, of Orchha, 1894.
  • HH Rai-i-Rayan Maharawal Shri Sir Bijay Singhji Bahadur, of Dungarpur, June 1912.
  • Major HH Raja Bahadur Shrimant Maloji Mudhojirao Nana Saheb Naik Nimbalkar IV, of Phaltan, 1942.
  • H.H. Maharana Sir Bhupal Singh Bahadur, of Udaipur, 3rd June 1919.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo, of Patna.

Companions (C.I.E)

  • Rai Bahadur Diwan Jujhar Singh Ju Deo, of Charkhari, 1st Jan 1895.
  • Rana Dalip Singh, of Baghat, 1st Jan 1896.
  • Raja Bhup Indra Bikram Singh, of Payagpur, 20th May 1896.
  • Hon. Captain Kunwar Bir Bikram Singh, of Sirmur, 21st May 1898.
  • Raja Rampal Singh, of Kurri Sudauli, 24th June 1904.
  • Sri Gaurachandra Gajapati Narayana Deo, Raja of Parla Khimedi, 2nd Jan 1905.
  • Raja Pratap Narayan Singh Deo Bahadur, of Jashpur, 21st May 1890.
  • Meherban Rana Shri Ranjitsinhji Gambhirsinhji, of Jambugodha.
  • Raja Mangal Singh Bahadur, of Bhinai, 1879.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sir Anandrao Puar III Bahadur, of Dhar.
  • Lt. Col. H.H. Maharaja Shri Sir Udajirao II Puar Bahadur, of Dhar.
  • Raja Durga Singh, of Baghat, 1939.
  • Rao Bahadur Thakur Kesri Singh, of Kuchaman.
  • Raja Raghunath Singh, of Bashahr.
  • Raja Sir Padam Singh, of Bashahr, June 1931.
  • Maharaj Shahi Singh, of Kishangarh.
  • H.H. Maharaja Sadul Singh Bahadur, of Kishangarh.
  • Lt.-Col. HH Umdae Rajhae Buland Makan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Sir Madan Singh Bahadur, of Kishangarh.
  • Raja Balwant Singh, of Awagarh.
  • Raja Jagannath Rajmani Raj Deo I, of Manjusha.
  • Thakore Shri Pratapsinhji Mohbatsinhji, of Sudasna.
  • Rao Bahadur Thakur Mangal Singh, of Pokhran.
  • Shrimant Shanker Rao Anand Rao Gaekwad, of Baroda, 1944.
  • Rao Saheb Bahadur Singh, of Masuda, 1893.
  • Maj.-Gen. Apji Sir Onkar Singh, of Palaitha.
  • Rao Bahadur Bakht Singh II, of Bedla, 1877.
  • Rana Hira Singh, of Dhami.
  • Maharaja Raja Mahendra Sir Mahendra Singh, of Bhadawar.
  • Sri Sawai Maharaja Sir Ram Singh II Bahadur, of Jaipur, 1878.
  • Raja Bhagwant Raj Bahadur Singh, of Sohawal, 1916.
  • Darbar Shri Lakshman Meram Wala, of Thana Devli, 1911.
  • Raja Ram Singh, of Rampura, 1909.
  • Raja Bahadur Jawahir Singh, of Sarangarh.
  • Raja Sir Basu Deb Sudhal Deb, of Bamra, 1889.
  • HH Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh II Bahadur, of Ali Rajpur, 1915.
  • Darbar Shri Mulu Surag Vala, of Jetpur.
  • HH Raja Saheb Shri Sir Bhuri Singh, of Chamba, 1901