Sarojini Naidu “The Nightingale of India” was a confidant of Mahatma Gandhi and a key figure in the independence movement and had repeated in captivity.
Group of girls from Bombay in traditional Indian Sari, 1900. “Young Ladies from Bombay in native costume”.
Traditional Indian Coolie in 1897. Hindu girl.
Hindu priests in 1897. Traditional Hindu priest costumes. North Indian Brahmins clothing.
Hired laborer. India Coolis, Man and Wife in 1900.
Singer from Kashmir. Indian female costume in 1900. Traditional Kashmir dress. Muslim Girl with nose piercing. The people of India. Painting by Mortimer Menpes. Published by Adam and Charles Black, London 1910.
A retainer of the Maha Rao of Kutch. Traditional costume of Gujarat state in western India.
Traditional Indian muslim costume. A rich Mohammedan. India Mughal empire period. Oriental Scenery 1786–1794, Engraved by Thomas Daniell (1749-1840) and William Daniell (1769-1837).
The Indian greeting. India Mughal empire period.
A Rajput bride. India 18th century.