Soldiers of the 5th Light Infantry, Musalman Rajput and the 6th Jat Light Infantry, Jat Havildars, illustration for 'Armies of India' by Major G.F. MacMunn, published in 1911, 1908 Wall Art & Canvas Prints by Alfred Crowdy Lovett
British; L to R; 5th Cavalry, Rissalder, 15th Lancers(Cureton's Multanis), Honorary Native Commandant, Nawab Sir Hafiz Muhammed Abdulla Khan K.C.I.E & 18th K.G.O. Lancers,Honary Lieutenant, Hon Malikb Umar, Hyat Khan C.I.E. c.1910 by K.E.Rose
19th Bengal Lancers (Fane's Horse), Punjabi Musalman, c.1909.by Major Alfred Crowdy Lovett. Fane's Horse was raised at Kanpur (Cawnpore) in 1860 by Lieutenant Walter Fane to serve in the 2nd China War (1857-1860). In 1861, the regiment became the 19th Regiment of Bengal Cavalry, and four years later 'Lancers' was added to its title. In 1874 it became the 19th Regiment of Bengal Lancers, being renamed in 1901 the 19th Bengal Lancers (Fane's Horse).