Mech belonging to the Bodo-Kachari group of peoples in North-East India.
Ladakh is known for the beauty of its remote mountains and Tibetan Buddhist culture
Traditional Costumes of Kashmir. On the history of costumes. Female dancer. Bodyguard. Raja.
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Jainism is the only one of the early Indian monastic orders which has handed down almost intact its tenets and organisation to the present day.
Lateral facade of King Pal’s palace, in the Gwalior fortress
Niellos and engraved metals. Ornamental decorations on utilitarian objects.
Indian arts and crafts of the 19th century.
Mughal gardens in Srinagar, Kashmir. Gardens of the Great Mughals by Constance Mary Villiers Stuart. Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh.
Benares, (Varanasi) the sacred city: sketches of Hindu life and religion. Early worship, early ritual, religious literature, Brahmanas and Upanishads
In earlier India, there were nobles and dancing girls; whose dress on festive occasions was not too different from the one depicted here.
THE men of the loth Bengal Lancers are mostly Sikhs; they have blue and red lance-pennons, blue kurta and blue cone-shaped turban.