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Forbes, James. Illustrations to Oriental memoirs - Page 11. 1835. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 25, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/2777/show/2706.

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Forbes, James. (1835). Illustrations to Oriental memoirs - Page 11. Exotic Impressions, Views of Foreign Lands. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/2777/show/2706

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Title Illustrations to Oriental memoirs
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  • Forbes, James
Publisher Richard Bentley (Firm)
Date 1835
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  • India
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Original Item Extent 24 pages; 93 leaves; 32 cm
Original Item Location DS 412 .F67 1835
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Transcript I EXPLANATION OF THE PLATES. 11 XXXI. y/^ The Mahratta Peshwa and his Ministers at Poonah. My drawing of this interesting party was made from an original sketch, taken in the Durbar at Poonah, in the possession of Sir Charles Malet, Bart., during his residence at the Mahratta court; and is an exact representation of the highest order of secular Brahmins. XXXII. Mohman Khaun, Nabob of Cambay. The drawing from wrhich this is engraved was made at a public interview between the Nabob and the Mahratta sovereign, near the walls of Cambay; it was thought to be a strong likeness, and an exact representation of the Mogul costume. On that particular occasion the Nabob wore no jewels, nor any kind of ornament, except a fresh-gathered rose on one side of his turban. »/ i/ XXXIII. Sculpture in a subterraneous Hindoo Temple at Cambay. This Temple, called by the English Shawuck Pagoda, contains some of the most beautiful marble sculpture in Hindostan, of a variety of deities in the Hindoo Pantheon. This compartment, forming the centre in a row of these images, was selected, from being more highly finished and ornamented than the rest; it represents the Deity called Parisnaut. XXXIV. A Foot Soldier in the usual Costume of the Native Indians. From a drawing made in the Mahratta camp, of a spear-man in Rago- bah's service. Those who carry matchlocks, or other Indian arms, are generally dressed in a similar manner, sometimes in a jacket and shorter drawers, according to their own choice ; no conformity being attempted, as in the corps of native sepoys in the Company's service.