Means of Transport

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Travel on land

By palanquin or dandy

By horse or bullock drawn vehicle

By motor transport

  • "Roads And Motor Transport In India" by Brigadier-General Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, Adviser on Mechanical Transport Services in India, 1915-19. Journal of the Royal Society of Arts Vol. 68, No. 3529 (July 9, 1920), pp. 541-552 jstor.org. Available to read for free on JSTOR, but first you must register, see Miscellaneous tips

Dak bungalows

  • "Dak Banglas & Their Dark Tales" by Aditi Shah December 12th 2018. Live History India. "The word ‘dak’ is Urdu for 'post' and dak banglas were initially built by the British Indian Public World Department to help postal officers relay the mail in stages."

Inflated animal skins

Travel by air

References

  1. Kolhatkar, Arvind Laying the Dawk - Part 2 Rootsweb India-British-Raj Mailing List 13 May 2015. Retrieved 27 July 2018.
  2. "A Tiger Tale" page 16 Warne’s Home Annual 1868 Google Books.
  3. Felice Beato: A Photographer on the Eastern Road , photograph 114, exhibition at the J Paul Getty Museum
  4. Shiraz, Richard kundan from harsi Apna Himachal Yahoo group July 14, 2005. Retrieved 24 May 2015