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Warrior (Mevati)

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June 30, 1825
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Akbar Shah II 1806–1837

Warrior (Mevati)

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Image taken from Tashrih al-aqvam, an account of origins and occupations of some of the sects, castes and tribes of India. Originally written at Hansi Cantonment, Hissar District, eighty-five miles north-west of Delhi, for Colonel James Skinner, 1825. Held and digitized by the British Library

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