Description: A group photograph taken in front of a building. The group consists of a young man in a western three-piece tweed suit and his father, seated to his actual left. Two servants stand behind. All four are wearing turbans. One of the servants appears to be wearing an overjacket in Sikkimese or Tibetan style. Photograph from the studio of Umrao Singh, Nasirabad.
Place collected: Asia: Southern Asia: India: Rajasthan: Ajmer District: Nasirabad
Date collected: 1891 - 1919
Measurements: Overall: 350 mm x 302 mm
Note: Curator's note: The context of this photograph and why Bell should have it in his collection has not been recorded. The servant and his jacket is a small and interesting potential link to the Himlaya. Written by Emma Martin.