The legacy of the British in India is evident almost everywhere. No more so than in Jaipur where the big museum -- the Albert Hall -- has portraits of Queen Victoria and her son Edward VII and an antique turnstile made in London.
And this lioness looks a little moth-eaten and sad.
When there has been wedding in the family, the wall is decorated with Lord Ganesha.
The photos got muddled in this post.
This is a painting from the museum in Jaipur.
These people look very calm --a lot calmer than I'd be if I was being swallowed by a monstrous fish.
A coat of arms from the same museum. Note the lion's luxuriant mustache. He must be an Indian lion. I like the elephant and particularly Indian cow.
A warrior in the museum in Jaipur. Dioramas are very popular.
This fine fellow is seated in a room full of men each of whom has his his own little table.