When most of the world lay in a deep slumber to wake up grudgingly to the next day, he had already returned from his morning walk, beaming due to the birds that he saw in the park. Amidst passer-bys who were hurriedly pacing through their health march, the ardent bird-watcher would leisurely sense the distinct call of the Coppersmith. He spent an entire centenary living an independent and healthy life, divorcing anger for its hazardous mental constraints. A man of fine dressing style and an unparalleled love for literary interests, his supreme intelligence and simplicity led him to the vanguard of native administrators during times of a dynamically changing India.
From being the first collector of Indore and
the last collector of Madhya Bharat, a retired commissioner, and pioneer of gender-equality, he was a legend in himself. Arguably one of the few Indians to have witnessed King George V’s silver jubilee, Adolph Hitler’s rally and to have had a narrow escape back home in an Italian vessel, late Thakur Narayan Singhji Parmar of Kila Amargarh lived an extraordinary life. Insightful, adventurous and thoroughly inspiring, Rajputana Collective catches a few glimpses of his life that must have been and the person behind supreme narrative as shared in his prized journals; and told by his beloved granddaughters- Radhika & Ambika Singh Parmar in #RajputanaCollective 's first-ever #VintageChronicles section.
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