|The plume hanging under the briddle of the
horse is a typical element of Hussar fashion. It is supposed to
match (in reverse) the plume adorning the busby of their riders.
For the 21st Hussars, the plume was
This photograph is pasted on an album
page that offers glimpses of the life of the British in India -
Kussowlie was one of the "Hill Stations" where they
would retire in summertime to avoid the heat of the monsoon.