Subadar of the 35th Sikhs, 1908
Watercolour by Major Alfred Crowdy Lovett (1862-1919), 1908.
A subadar was the equivalent Indian Army rank to a British captain. The individual depicted is from the 35th Sikhs, a regiment raised in 1887. He wears a red tunic, yellow and red cummerbund and a yellow and red turban.
This is the original artwork for an illustration in Major G F MacMunn's 'Armies of India', published in 1911.
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