This Mohmand conflict in 1908 was with the so-called “Hindustani Fanatics” who found sanctuary from the Sikhs in the mountains north of Swat in Northwest Frontier Province (NWFP, now KPK or Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) in the 1840s (they survive to this day).
The Hari Parbat hill overlooking Srinagar is considered sacred to the Kashmiri Hindus. From a self=published series by an English amateur artist known as E.E.
[Original hand title in albumen negative] General Willock's Residence at Shabkadr [end]
The fort at the center of the Spring 1908 battles between Mohmand tribesmen and the British-Indian army.
An unusual postcard in its deft juxtaposition of old and new, railway tracks and historic fort. The Bala Hisar Fort is Peshawar's largest landmark derives its name "Bala Hisar" from Persian, meaning elevated or high fort.