|Imperial Order of the Crown of India|
|Eligibility||British princesses, wives or female relatives of Indian princes|
|Awarded for||A national order of chivalry|
|Status||Not awarded since 1947|
|Sovereign||Queen Elizabeth II|
Does Queen Elizabeth have any power in India?
India, however, desired to become a republic, but not to leave the Commonwealth by doing so. This was accommodated by the creation of the title Head of the Commonwealth for the King, and India became a republic in 1950. … The title is currently held by Queen Elizabeth II, George VI’s elder daughter.
Which place is called Crown of India?
The answer is: Jammu and Kashmir.
Does England still own India?
British raj, period of direct British rule over the Indian subcontinent from 1858 until the independence of India and Pakistan in 1947. … The British government took possession of the company’s assets and imposed direct rule.
Can the Queen overrule the prime minister?
The monarch remains constitutionally empowered to exercise the royal prerogative against the advice of the prime minister or the cabinet, but in practice would only do so in emergencies or where existing precedent does not adequately apply to the circumstances in question.