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Main Procession - State Elephants Identification: Jaipur - Gwalior
What was the Delhi Durbar 1903 / Jun 21st, 2017 1:03 am     A+ | a-
Third pair of elephants: Jaipur and Gwalior

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Jaipur and Gwalior elephants in the Main Procession. Walking behind Travancore and Kashmir. They are passing in front of the Jumma Masjid's main entrance. I love how beautifully you can see both columns of elephants following along Khas road. You can even see Kapurthala's blue and white umbrella almost at the end of the procession. I love this photo.

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Jaipur elephant and maharaja

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Beau Geste Jaipur elephant (set 245) retired

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The Jaipur Group (sets 401, 400, 399 and 245)

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This is a shot of the Jaipur elephant during the Retainers Review, with all the guards and escorts. The maharaja is not there (he was among the dignataries spectator seats). This is a picture I bought online. Check the detail below. It's a delight.

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Beau Geste Gwalior elephant (set 274)

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Elephant and escort guards (sets 274, 317 and 318)

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The Gwalior Group (sets 274, 317, 318 and musicians 319)

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