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Durbar procession

Durbar procession

C023/6095

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BRITISH LIBRARY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY BRITISH LIBRARY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Panorama of a durbar procession of Akbar II, Emperor of Delhi, 1806-37, probably on the occasion of the Id or after Ramadan. The Emperor is followed by his sons, by the British Resident, high officials both Indian and British, as well as by troops. The royal procession includes elephants carrying the royal insignia (sun, umbrella, fish standards, etc.), camels, horses, gun-carriages, palanquins and closed bullock-carriages for the ladies. Water-colour; 6.25 by 94 ins, by a Delhi artist Originally published in Delhi, c.1815.

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