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Sultan Mohamed Imaduddine VI King of Twelve Thousand Isles and Sultan of the Maldives with his ministers and courtiers
At that stage some of his courtiers included foreign subjects, mainly British Indians

 

First row (seated) above from left: Prince Abdulla Imaduddine, the sultan's eldest son; Sultan Mohamed Imaduddine VI (Majid's father's uncle) and Prince Maandoogey Dorhy Manippulu, the elder of the sultan's younger brothers

Sultan Mohamed Imaduddine VI King of Twelve Thousand Isles and Sultan of the Maldives and two younger brothers (From left: Majid's grandfather and his two elder brothers)

First row (seated) above from left: Prince Maandoogey Tuttu Manippulu (Majid's grandfather; his elder brothers Sultan Mohamed Imaduddine VI and Prince Maandoogey Dorhy Manippulu aboard a British warship

Sultan Mohamed Imaduddine VI King of Twelve Thousand Isles and Sultan of the Maldives and Prince Maandoogey Tuttu Manippulu (seated from left Majid's grandfather and his brother aboard a British warship. Their courtiers and senior British officials also present)

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