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Kaiser-i-Hind may mean different things, including the following:
- Kaisar-i-Hind (sometimes misspelt as Kaiser-i-Hind), meaning "Emperor of India". Originally derived from Roman title Caesar, or Qaisar in some other oriental languages (e.g. in Hindi), or Kaisar in Urdu. Based upon this, the title Kaisar-i-Hind was coined in 1876 by the orientalist G.W. Leitner as the official imperial title for the British monarch in India. The last ruler to bear it was George VI, Qaiser e Hind, "Emperor of India" (in Hindi and Urdu).
- Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, a civilian award of the British Raj
- Kaiser-I-Hind (newspaper), a newspaper founded in 1882 in Bombay
- Kaiser-i-Hind (steam-powered ship) The ship that transported members of the Australian Flying Corps to Australia after World War I.
- Teinopalpus imperialis, a swallowtail butterfly commonly known as the Kaiser-i-Hind
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