Sir Drigbijai Singh, Maharajah of Balrampur, 1858. The Maharajah was one of the Indian princes to remain loyal to the British during the Indian Rebellion (also known as the Indian Mutiny) of 1857. (Photo by Felice Beato/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
In 1930 a person of mixed Indian and Negro blood 'shall be returned as a Negro unless the Indian blood predominates and the status as an Indian is generally accepted in the community.' By 1940 all African - American hybrids were to be counted as 'negroes' unless the Indian ancestry 'very definitely predominates and he is universally accepted as a Indian.
Rare Photos Of Indian Mutiny / Sepoy Mutiny / Indian Rebellion / Uprising Of 1857 Last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar rare pic with sons Jawan Bakht & Mirza Shah Abbas in exile in Burma in the aftermath of the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859).
Rukmini Devi Arundale was an Indian theosophist, dancer and choreographer of the Indian classical dance form of Bharatnatyam... she is also considered the most important revivalist of the Indian classical dance form of Bharatnatyam from its original ‘sadhir’ style, prevalent amongst the temple dancers, Devadasis and also worked for the re-establishment of traditional Indian arts and crafts.