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[[Oval photograph of two dark bearded men in white or light colored turbans sitting cross-legged on a striped carpet or rug. They are in full frontal pose; their backs supported by cushions;their hands clasped loosely in their laps holding similar unidentifiable objects that appear to be made of metal and wood; and they gaze directly out at the viewer. They are dressed similarly, in close fitting narrow vertically striped trousers; loose fitting white or light colored, long sleeved shirts with tight cuffs; what appears to be vests or lengths of cloth about their shoulders and down the front of their torsos; and rough cloaks. They both wear multiple necklaces and appear to be wearing socks of close fitting shoes. ]]

RAJPOOTS.
KUTOCH AND PUTHANEEA.
HINDOOS.
TRANS-SUTLEJ STATES.
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