Discussion in 'Hunting Asia & Middle East' started by monish, Jun 1, 2010.
Here is another one... His Imperial Majesty's Shoot
Thanks Jerome ,
More hunting pictures from the bygone era
Maharaja Man Singh IInd (Jai) of Jaipur with his first TIGER at age 10
Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur with her first panther at age 12
Some more hunting photos for our members
Those are some really cool photo's. I really enjoy looking at the pictures of the hunting days of old.
Thanks , here you have some more .....
Thanks Monish! Great historical photos.
Thanks , I am happy that you appreciate the photos.....
Here are some more pictures for our members...
These are the series of rare hunting photos from 1885 to 1907, of the big game taken in the North Eastern Provinces of India by the Guest & The Maharaja of Cooch Bihar ...
Tanks Monish for your contribution of these exceptional photographs!
You are welcome Jerome , and thanks a lot to appreciate the contribution to the greatest of site ever devised AH.COM
Raja Dinesh Pratap Singh of Kasmanda with his first Tiger .......
Monish, the following statement is in fun...
Do you own a library or just live in one??? The photos are amazing, and the dress code of the day was pretty amazing as well.
:laughing::laughing: My friend, its my passion or should I state a obsession to read & research about the golden hunting era of India & Africa , which existed long time ago , so just wish to relive all those bygone glorious hunting days...
I am glad that you relish the photos ....( I live in a library)
Some more rare tiger hunting photographs of the series from 1895 to 1907....
Hi Friends , some more hunting photos from the British India, long years ago..
Wonderful and unique! Thanks Monish!
Great pictures. Thanks Monish for sharing.
Great pictures Monish! Thanks for sharing. Sadly, those days will never be repeated.
Days gone by forever...I wish you could turn the hands of time backwards.
Excellent thread Monish.Thanks for the pics.What we as modern day hunters must remember is that these hunters had no,telephones,faxes,mobniles,internet and all the other communication available to us.
No one could really keep track of what was shot,how many,how fequently,where it was shot etc.We cannot judge as say why so many?I certainly would have joined in if I lived back then.
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