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Maharaja Yadavindra Singh

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Maharaja Yadavindra Singh


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Yadavindra Singh pronunciation (help·info) (January 17, 1913, Patiala, Punjab – June 17, 1974, The Hague, Netherlands) was Punjabi Indian royalty of the princely state of Patiala. Moreover, he was an Indian cricketer who played in one Test in 1934. He succeeded his father, Bhupinder Singh, as the Maharaja of Patiala on 23 March 1938, but agreed to the incorporation of the princely state into India on 5 May 1948. He was Rajpramukh of the new Indian state of Patiala and East Punjab States Union until it was merged with Punjab in 1956. Sir Yadavindra also served as President of the British Indian Olympic Committee from 1938-1947 and as President of the Indian Olympic Committee from 1947-1960. He was also instrumental in organising the Asian Games.He founded Yadavindra Public School, a premier public school. Following his accession to the throne of Patiala, Sir Yadavindra pursued a

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