3rd Sikh Infantry


Other Ranks in Various Dress Orders, 1900


This photo was set up to show as many different types in the regiment as possible. On the right is the drum-major wearing black and drab silk wings. His belt differs from the others in having a snake hook. Also in the picture are the bass-drummer and a bugler. Summer and winter service dress is shown as is full dress. Different styles of turban are in evidence, some being Sikhs and others with kullahs being Pathans or Musalmans.


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by Stephen Luscombe