|An interesting group photographs showing members of the "32nd Burmah" and "39th Gwalior" or so it is stated in a period pencil
inscription ion the reverse of the photograph. I have found no reference to the 39th Gwalior but have found a reference to the
32nd Burma Infantry c. 1901. The unit had previously been designated the 32nd Regiment (4th Burma Battalion) of Madras
Infantry c. 1891. These men appear to be wearing uniforms normally associated with rifle regiments. In fact they could easily be
mistaken for Gurkha's if it were not for the lack of a crossed kukri badge on their caps..
6" x 4 1/4 " (15 cm x 10.8 cm)