Letters written in a Mahratta camp during the year 1809, descriptive of the characters, manners, domestic habits, and religious ceremonies, of the Mahrattas
Thomas Duer Broughton was sent to India as a cadet. He was actively engaged at the siege of Seringapatam in 1799 and afterwards was appointed the Commandant of the Cadet Corps, and in 1802 the Military Resident with the Mahattas. For a short time previous to the restoration of Java to the Dutch he held the command of that island.
Tooley 114; Bobins I 225; Abbey Travel 443; Colas 454; Lipperheide 1480.
List of Images
1. Title Page
2. A Bazaar in Seedhiyas Camp
3. A Mahratta Sundar Entertaining Brahmins
4. The Procession of the Taziya
5. Playing the Hole
6. A Mahratta Pandit and His Family
7. A Muhunt and Gosaeens
8. A Meena of Jajurh
9. A Girl Dancing the Kukarwa
10. An Ukhara with a View of the British Residents Camp
11. The Junumushtoomee