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In pictures: India's dying Christian communities
London-based photographer Karan Kapoor records some of India's dying Christian communities who are trying to preserve their identities in rapidly changing times.
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Pilot's war images developed 100 years on
Unseen photographs taken by a British fighter pilot during World War One which lay undeveloped for nearly 100 years go on show at a museum.
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As the Olympics are currently taking place in Rio, it is time for me to dig out the family photograph that was always produced whenever the subject of the Olympics came up when I was young. The pho…
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My #music #map - the soundtrack of my life! #googlemaps #familyhistory #genealogy #maps

My friends and family know how much I love music and how words and phrases that come up in general conversation will trigger me to sing a song, much to their amusement – or annoyance! I used to play a game with my sons when they were young and tell them…
My friends and family know how much I love music and how words and phrases that come up in general conversation will trigger me to sing a song, much to their amusement – or annoyance! I used …
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Chas Chandler: The man who discovered Jimi Hendrix
His discovery of a young Jimi Hendrix in a New York coffee house would change the face of music. Twenty years on from Chas Chandler's death, those who knew him look back at his life.
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The dark history behind India and the UK's favourite drink
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt discusses the dark history of tea - India and Britain's favourite drink.
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Slum photographs spark charity appeal
A charity is trying to trace children who were photographed in the post-war slums of Britain.
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Barnardo's archive photos reveal first foster children
Previously unseen photographs of some of England's first foster children - and the stories of what happened next - are released by the charity Barnardo's to mark its 150th birthday.
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Today is World Photo Day, so I decided I would select a dozen of my favourite photographs that I took during my trip to India last year and post them here. It was really hard to choose just twelve!…
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Why India needs to remember 'forgotten' fallen of world wars
A new campaign is using marigold as a symbol to revive the memory of 160,000 Indian soldiers who died in world wars, writes the BBC's Justin Rowlatt.
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Webmaster and trustee of the Families In British India Society
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Family historian, collector of antiquarian books and postcards of British India, webmaster and trustee of the Families In British India Society and most importantly of all a mother!
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Harrogate, North Yorkshire - Peterborough, Cambridgeshire - Torrington, Wyoming - Blanchard, Maine - Casper, Wyoming - Dixfield, Maine - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire - Dixmont, Maine - Taft, California - Skowhegan, Maine - North New Portland - Long Beach, California
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St. Peter's the Railwaymen's Church, Charbagh, Lucknow
coloniallucknow.blogspot.com

My first visit to St. Peter's in 1997 or 98 was for a rather very naive reason. I came to know of a woman priest Rev. Pearl Prashad leading

Researching British India Family History - a talk at Bury St Edmunds Rec...
valmayyoung.wordpress.com

I will be giving a talk on "Researching British India Family History" at Suffolk Record Office, Bury St Edmunds on Saturday 5th March 2016 a

He Was Armenian: Albert Abid - Valet to the Nizam of Hyderabad - The Upd...
chater-genealogy.blogspot.com

This story is brought to you with the support of the AGBU UK Trust. …..Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less travelled…

Historic Graffiti | Historic England
historicengland.org.uk

Developing advice and guidance on the recording and understanding of graffiti.

New evidence for the style of the "Fraser artist" in Delhi: Portraits of...
britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk

One of the earliest European scientific accounts of Afghanistan is Mountstuart Elphinstone’s An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and its De

A tribute to forgotten heroes of the seven seas - Untold lives blog
britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk

Seamen from South Asia, known as lascars, played a vital role during both world wars, providing manpower to keep the supply lines open. Howe

Indian seamen: a roll of honour for the Second World War - Untold lives ...
britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk

Indian seamen, or lascars, remain forgotten heroes of the world wars, partly because information about them is very scarce. The blog I poste

Rudyard Kipling's India
www.telegraph.co.uk

As the 150th anniversary of the birth of Kipling approaches, Stephen McClarence heads to Shimla, the former summer capital for the British i

Tiger Moth planes to drop poppies on Bovington Tank Museum - BBC News
www.bbc.co.uk

Three Tiger Moth aircraft are to drop thousands of poppies in memory of servicemen and women who died in the line of duty.

A Caracal for the King - Untold lives blog
britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk

“The Keeper of the Beasts in the Tower is to wait upon you with the Indian who is to return to his country.” So began a letter from Robert W

Letters from Indian Soldiers, 26 September 1915 - Untold lives blog
britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk

On 26 September 1914, 28,500 Indian Army troops arrived on the Western Front to fill the huge losses suffered by the British Expeditionary F

LastPass Hacked, Change Your Master Password Now
lifehacker.com

Bad news first, folks. LastPass, our favorite password manager (and yours) has been hacked. It’s time to change your master password. The go

The Tears of the Rajas by Ferdinand Mount review – mastery account of a ...
www.theguardian.com

A superbly written and researched account of the imperial project in India

TNS Editor
tns.thenews.com.pk

Gogera fort, Gushkori, Lork Berkeley and Kharal’s grave are all a part of a day’s journey and glorious past

Cremated human bones in pot found in Crossrail dig suggest gruesome ritu...
www.theguardian.com

Discovery deepens mystery of scores of Roman skulls found near site close to Liverpool St station and may confirm theory they are from Boudi

Scottish cemetery tapestry on world tour
www.telegraphindia.com

A tapestry on Calcutta’s Scottish cemetery will be among the 150 panels narrating the history of Scottish emigration that will tour Scotland

Bye, bye Deccan Queen dining car!
bombayrailway.blogspot.com

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/mumbai/others/Pantry-replaces-Deccan-Queens-iconic-85-year-old-dining-car/articleshow/46648315.cms Rajendra B. A

I stayed at Royal Heritage Haveli, for the last few days of a three week tour of India and wish I could have stayed longer. Amazing rooms, delicious food and outstanding hospitality. The perfect end to a wonderful holiday. I will definitely be recommending Royal Heritage Haveli to all my friends and family.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Just returned from a three week Family History Tour and had an absolutely wonderful and unforgettable trip. I cannot thank Indus Experiences enough for the experience. The tour was extremely well organised and the hotels and food were amazing. Indus really did go out of their way to make sure none of us were disappointed and that we got to visit and do everything we had hoped to do and more! Many, many thanks! :-)
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reviewed 11 months ago
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