Chamarajendra Wadiyar X, the Maharaja of Mysore (1885)
Durbar of Pudukkottai Maharaja with British officials.
Baroda state in 1909
Maharaja Jaswant Singh II of Marwar, c. 1880. Attributed to Narsingh. The Brooklyn Museum.
Laxmi Vilas Palace of the Gaekwad dynasty.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosale. The Maratha king preferred the title of Chhatrapati as against Maharaja and was the founder and sovereign of the Maratha Empire of India
A print of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaikwad
Sri Panch Bada Mahārājādhirāja Prithvi Narayan Shah Dev of Nepal.
Sayajirao with Richard Temple, the Governor of Bombay and other members of the court. Circa 1880
His Highness Maharajadhiraj Mirza Maharao Shri Sir Khengarji III Sawai Bahadur, Rao of Kutch, GCIE, KIH
Pilaji Rao, the founder of the dynasty
Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh of Jammu and Kashmir
Shree Panch Mahārājādhirāja Rana Bahadur Shah Bahadur Shamsher Jang Devanam Sada Samaravijayinam, Sovereign King of Nepal
Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, King of Thailand (2016–)
Maharaja Bhagvat-Singh of Gondal.
The Maratha Rajarshi Shahu Chhatrapati Maharaj of Kolhapur.
The Maratha Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda.
Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma, the Maharaja of Travancore
Maharaja Nripendra Narayan of Cooch Behar.
Maharaja Duleep Singh, the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire.
Maharaja Vikram Dev III of Jeypore Samasthanam Estate, Kalinga.
thumb|Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV, the Maharaja of Mysore

On 15 March 1802, the British intervened to defend a Gaekwad Maharaja, Anand Rao Gaekwad, who had recently inherited the throne against rival claimants, and the Gaekwads concluded the Treaty of Cambey with the British that recognized their independence from the Maratha empire and guaranteed the Maharajas of Baroda local autonomy in return for recognizing British suzerainty.

- Gaekwad dynasty

Certain Hindu dynasties even came to use a unique style, including a term which as such is not of princely rank, e.g. Maharaja Gaikwar of Baroda, Maharaja Scindia of Gwalior, Maharaja Holkar of Indore, three of the very highest ranking ruling Maratha houses.

- Maharaja
Chamarajendra Wadiyar X, the Maharaja of Mysore (1885)

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