A degrading poster the British created of Rani Jind Kaur, they then spread it all over South Asia and Britain.
Just shows you how far they went. This would have been the worst way to attack a 19th century Indian woman. I'm surprised she didn't commit suicide after this poster was released, because that's how offensive it would have been considered in those days.
I've used black marks to cover parts of it.
They called her the Messalina of Punjab, Messalina was a Roman empress who was addicted to pleasures.
Nah, I get it. I grew up in skinhead infested territory. It was 'gang' types that fought them, and f**ked them over, making it safe for people on street.
Still, these guys weren't angels and could do really bad stuff to vulnerable members of their own community. That's how it goes.