These kinds of offensive postcards seem to have been part of series by both Higginbotham's and their main competitor in South India, Spencer & Co. They show servants in various acts of revolt, dereliction or other transgressions that would have made colonists laugh and feel slightly uncomfortable. While Moorli Dhur in Ambala also published postcards in a similar vein, it seems that they were most popular or published in South India.
Postmark illegible, but sent to Miss Muriel McConell, 252 Bishop St., Montreal, Canada: "Dear Muriel. Enjoying life in India. [illegible]"