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Varanasi

Chairman’s Trip To India, February/March 2024 (Part 3) Varanasi Paul Dean, Chairman of BACSA, and his wife Moira recently visited…

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Dr Palesh Santra + pupils at Garrison Cemetery, Seringapatam

Famous for centuries as a place of pilgrimage in Karnataka, Srirangapatna (formerly known as ‘Seringapatam’), is especially remembered as the…

Grave of Major General Sir Henry Havelock, Lucknow

Chairman’s Trip To India, February/March 2024 (Part 2) Orchha, Khajuraho and Lucknow Paul Dean, Chairman of BACSA, and his wife…

Belmont House, Faversham, Kent

Wednesday 7th August 2024 A visit is planned to this lovely 18thC House, with its magnificent views over the rolling…

Ranjit Singh 1780-1839

Tina Davies, our new BACSA Events Officer, has supplied details of this exhibition at the Wallace Collection, London, which will…

The 78th Highlanders at the taking of Sucunderabagh

BIHT Lecture, Monday 10 June, 6:30pm Valerie Haye, of the British in India Historical Trust, has supplied the following details…

AHRG and BACSA members examining an inscription at Raniganj Cemetery, 2024

(This updated news item incorporates corrections and amendments requested by Mr Suvojit Chatterjee, Project Supervisor, on 25 May 2024) Denise…

1911 'At Mess' Indian Camp at Hampton Court

Tina Davies, our new BACSA Events Officer, has supplied details of this fascinating exhibition at Hampton Court Palace, which runs…

Chairman’s Trip To India, February/March 2024 (Part 1) Paul Dean, Chairman of BACSA, and his wife Moira recently visited several…

Agra

Agra

May 3, 2024

This is the fifth, and final, post in a series by Prof Peter Stanley, the distinguished Australian military historian, who…

‘Teatime at Peggy’s: A Glimpse of Anglo-India’, is the title of a book by Stephen McClarence and Clare Jenkins to…

Jhansi Domed Chhatri Memorial

Gwalior, Jhansi and Maharajpoor This is the fourth in a series of posts by Prof Peter Stanley, the distinguished Australian…