ca. 1900 India, Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh India. Islamic textile is an offering from the tomb of Saint Salar Mas'ud, a nephew of Mahmud of Ghazni who was slain in battle in 1033 or 1034. By 1325, a cult had evolved around his tomb. Cotton; plain weave, appliquéd and embroidered.
Cornelia Sorabji (15 November 1866 - 6 July 1954) "Though Indian (Parsi) and a woman, Cornelia Sorabji accomplished the unimaginable in becoming the first woman to practice law in India and Britain." She graduated law school and passed the exams, but legally she could only give advice & enter pleas. "In the 1920s, she was legally able to practice law and opened a firm in Calcutta; however, male prejudice confined her to the preparation of cases, and she never set foot in a court as a…
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