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Title The Costume and Customs of Modern India: from a Collection of Drawings by Charles Doyley, ESQ. Engraved by J. H. Clark and C. Dubourg, with a preface and copious descriptions
Author(s) Williamson, Captain Thomas
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1813
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference X380
Region South Asia
Names Charles Doyley, J. H. Clark, C. Dubourg, Captain Thomas Williamson, Marquis Wellesley, Nabob of Oude
Places India, Bengal, Calcutta , Oude, Lucknow
Topics race, dress, customs, climate, landscape, East India Company, languages, religion, Hinduism, Hindus, Muslims, Mohammedanism, Islam, Duftoree, office keeper, Colonial Government, Indian Civil Service, Crannies, clerks, head bearer, servants, hajaum, barber, Soontah-Burdar, appearance, Kedmutgars, servants, military, Khelassy, Sircar, servant, tobacco, hookah or pipe bearer, climate, snake catcher, wild sports of India, dandy, boatman, late Governor General of India, Durzee, tailor, income, dancing woman, dancing woman of lueknow, hand punkuh, Ayah, nurse, entertainment, jugglers of India, Goorgoory, female musicians, elephant fight, public breakfast
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