Royal Titles Act 1876
The Royal Titles Act of 1876 was one of Disraeli’s famous imperialistic measures. The act was passed with the understanding that the British imperial title should be used only in India. Thus, the Queen began to use it in her signature in 1878 and in 1893 it appeared on the British coins.
The title empress of India was officially translated as Kaisar-i-Hind, was decorated on her in 1877 Delhi Durbar.