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MAHARAJA BHUPINDER SINGH | First Indian to own an aircraft - The PV BLOGS | The PV Special | PATIALVI VLOGGER

Welcome to a new and fresh blog in this narrative the story will be revolving around the India's first aircraft and the personage who bought it in 1911 and the aircraft was the Wright Brother's Model-B airCraft.

About the aircraft : 
The Wright Model B was an initial pusher biplane devised by the Wright brothers within the United States in 1910. It was the chief of their ideas to be built in quantity. Nor like the Model A, it emphasized a true elevator carried at the tail rather than at the front. It remained the last of Wright's model to own an open-frame tailpiece.

About the Personality who bought the Aircraft 

Maharaja Bhupinder Singh: Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, who survived the ruling Maharaja of the princely state of Patiala (Punjab) in British India from 1900 to 1938, took place on earth on October 12, 1891, at the Moti Bagh Palace, Patiala. His Father was Phulkian dynasty emperor Maharaja Rajinder Singh I of Patiala and his mother Jasmer Kaur.

MAHARAJA BHUPINDER SINGH | First Indian to own an aircraft - The PV BLOGS | The PV Special | PATIALVI VLOGGER


Maharaja Bhupinder Singh was the first gentleman in India to own an aircraft, which he acquired from the United Kingdom in 1910. For his aircraft, he had an airstrip at Patiala constructed. He is reasonably the most famous Maharaja of Patiala, best known for his lavishness and for signifying a cricketer. His cricket and polo trios – Patiala XI and Patiala Tigers – were amongst the best of India. He was a great patron of sports.

He was well known for the creation of buildings with bold engineered designs in Patiala, including Kali Temple, Patiala, and Chail View Palace in the summer resort of Kandaghat accompanying with Chail Palace and Oak Over and Cedar Lodge in Shimla in which presently resides the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab State Guest House sequentially. He was recognized as a sportsman. He was also known for an outstanding compilation of medals, supposed to be the world’s largest at the time. According to legend, Maharaja Bhupinder Singh would be induced in a motorcade of 20 Rolls Royce cars. He had bizarre monorail conformity established - in Patiala acknowledged as Patiala State Monorail Trainways.

Before independence, our country was apportioned into many miniature princely states. Patiala Rajgharana was also one of these. Patiala Rajgharana was numbered among the rich princely states. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh was the chief person in the country to have his own private plane. The British were also shocked by the lavish lifestyle of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh. Whenever they went overseas, they used to take the intact hotel on rent. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh had 44 Rolls-Royce cars, out of which 20 Rolls-Royce's comrade was practiced only for a quotidian visit to the state. 

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