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The Indian Mutiny 1857-58

The Indian Mutiny: Hodson's Horse, Siege of Delhi, Bahadur Shah, John Nicholson, Kanpur and Lucknow, Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah, Rani of Jhansi.

gunsandposes-history: Sikh men attached to Punjab regiments of the British Indian Army around the time of the Second Anglo-Afghan War, circa Uk History, History Of India, American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, British Indian, British Army, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Vintage India

Sikh gurus attached to Punjab regiments of the British Indian Army, from an album of rare historical photographs depicting people and places associated with the Second Anglo-Afghan War. Sikh soldiers were often deployed on the Afghan frontier and fought in most major engagements of the Afghan War. The men are religious figures who accompanied soldiers into battle. The gurus have kirpans (ceremonial swords). They also wear elaborate dastars (turbans), which cover their uncut hair.

Akaali Nihangs at Amritsar, late 1800's. Not far from Amritsar is the city of Taruntara . It is chiefly inhabited by the Ukalees, who are known by his blue turban, and the circles of chukhurs of steel, resembling quiots, which he wears over it. These are weapons of warfare, thrown with great precision and often deadly effect by the Ukalee. No weapons but fire-arms have any chance against such missiles. Taken from the History of the Sikhs, L. M’Gregor 1846. History Of India, Ancient History, Indian Sword, Guru Gobind Singh, Vintage India, My Heritage, Asian Art, Alice In Wonderland, History

Akaali Nihangs at Amritsar, late 1800's. Not far from Amritsar is the city of Taruntara . It is chiefly inhabited by the Ukalees, who are known by his blue turban, and the circles of chukhurs of steel, resembling quiots, which he wears over it. These are weapons of warfare, thrown with great precision and often deadly effect by the Ukalee. No weapons but fire-arms have any chance against such missiles. Taken from the History of the Sikhs, L. M’Gregor 1846.

Sikhs a steel engraving, History Of India, Art History, Colonial, Vintage India, Ink Pen Drawings, British Indian, Sketches, Culture, Warriors

Sikh Akalees Soldiers Warriors Akali India 1844 7x5 Inch Print Reprint | eBay

Sikh Akalees Soldiers Warriors Akali India 1844 7x5 Inch Print Reprint | Art, Art Prints | eBay!

Chief-Priest of a Sikh Regiment under the British with his camel and squire on the Gordon Relief Expedition in Sudan Indiana, Man Of War, History Of India, Indian Army, Freedom Fighters, World War One, King Of Kings, Historical Pictures, Vintage Photographs

Goroo, Chief-Priest Belonging to Sikh Regiment by Felice Beato

A Sikh guru - spelt and decribed as Goroo, Chief-Priest Belonging to Sikh Regiment by Felice Beato circa 1860

Rissaldar of the Bengal Lancers, 1865 Bengal Lancer, William Dalrymple, Colonial India, Uk History, Age Of Empires, Amritsar, Indian Army, British Indian, Mahatma Gandhi

Rissaldar of the 11th Bengal Lancers, 1865 (c) | Online Collection

Rissaldar of the 11th Bengal Lancers, 1865 (c)

H H The officer on the left is Man Singh who achieved great reknown in the history of the regiment. The man sitting on the wall is Jai Singh who had a long and eventful military career. The other man on the ground, is Goormuck Singh Bengal Lancer, Indian Sword, Indian Freedom Fighters, Vintage India, Indian Army, History Photos, British Library, Historical Pictures, Vintage Pictures

The British Empire, Imperialism, Colonialism, Colonies

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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - A Rajput with his sword History Of India, Ancient History, We Are Best Friends, Amazing India, Indian Pictures, India Colors, Tribal Art, Vintage Photos, Old Things

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - A Rajput with his sword

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Inch Print - High quality prints (other products available) - Afridi (Afreedis / Abaorteans) - a Pashtun (Pathan) tribe from the Khyber Pass region. Date: 1907 - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Photograph printed in the USA Rare Pictures, Historical Pictures, Rare Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Photos, Famous Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage India, Old Photography

Fascinating photos show India after the failed mutiny 150 years ago

The images taken in India between 1863 and 1870 capture native soldiers with their weapons and picturesque landscapes - and were taken by celebrated photographer Samuel Bourne.

Two sikh warriors, the one on the right is wearing a char-aina cuirass. Guru Gobind Singh, Amritsar, Central Asia, Archery, Soldiers, Mythology, Warriors, Armour, Two By Two

Two sikh warriors, the one on the right is wearing a char-aina cuirass.

A group of Pathans from the Peshawur Valley. Samuel Bourne was one of the most famous photographers of India in the in an age when taking photos outside was a 'cumbersome and difficult process', auctioneer Chris Albury said Most Famous Photographers, Mohenjo Daro, Ancient Jewelry, Pakistan, 19th Century, Arms, History, Painting, Image

Fascinating photos show India after the failed mutiny 150 years ago

The images taken in India between 1863 and 1870 capture native soldiers with their weapons and picturesque landscapes - and were taken by celebrated photographer Samuel Bourne.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - A Rajput with his sword Guru Nanak Wallpaper, Indian Project, William Dalrymple, Guru Gobind Singh, Age Of Empires, If Rudyard Kipling, Old Paintings, Sword, Armour

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - A Rajput with his sword

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The guard of Maharajah Ram Singh III, in the Royal Palace of Jaipur, pictured in 1858 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Large Group Photos, Oromo People, Vintage India, Indian Artist, 16th Century, Original Image

Incredible pictures taken by India's 'Photographer Prince' detail his harem of wives who he lived with in luxury in royal court more than 100 years ago

Photographer Prince Maharajah Ram Singh II ruled in the famous pink city of Jaipur between 1835 and 1880, and was also a keen photographer

Rare Photos Of Indian Mutiny / Sepoy Mutiny / Indian Rebellion / Uprising Of 1857 Afghan Sikh Officers of Hodson's Horse, a cavalry regiment of the British Indian Army, during the Indian Mutiy Of Colonial India, British Colonial, Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Old Photos, British Army, British Indian, History Of India

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Period Photos of People with Ethnographic Arms

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