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His Imperial Majesty's Shoot, Nepal 1911

Camp, with George V's bungalow on the right. George V's party used two camps during the trip. The first was at Sukhibar on the Rapti river where the party encamped for five days, then the party moved to a second camp at Kasra, some eight miles farther up the river for the remainder of the trip. The second camp duplicated the first. The bungalow, with electricity connected, was built especially for the King. Electricity poles are on the left. The Maharaja of Nepal was in a separate camp lower down on the Rapti river. His 14,000 followers camped hidden in the jungle behind.

His Imperial Majesty's Shoot, Nepal 1911
AfricaHunting.com, May 13, 2010

 
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