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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Süd- und Südostasien [VIII C 373]

Maharadscha und Gefolge (Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
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Bildunterschrift: The young Maharaja of Bharatpur Jaswunt Singh, aged about eleven, in his durbar court in 1862. The young prince sits in the centre of his guddee or royal seat, which is of velvet richly embroidered with gold. Behind him are four servants, two of whom hold merchauls of peacocks´ feathers, and the chouree of yak´s tail hair. In two rows on either side of the Rajah, the nobles and sirdars of the state are seated, who may be relatives, or officers in various parts of the state services.

Quelle Wikipedia:, Stand 3.3.2010
Sammler: Jagor, Fedor
Historische Bezeichnung des Herstellungsortes: Bharatpur


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Bildformat (Foto): 22,1 x 28,4 cm; Kartonformat (Foto): 30 x 36,4 cm

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1861 1865

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