Kidnapping for ransom - Tipu Sultan's sons are taken hostage in 1793. This was after the successes of Cornwallis in the Third Mysore War and the capture of Seringapatam. There was a treaty whereby half of Tipu's area went under the British. The 'hostages' were taken to ensure implementation of the Treaty.
|This is a photo of captured Moplah prisoners taken after a battle with British colonial troops, during the 1921 Malabar Rebellion|
|Female workers in a mission tile-works in Kalikut (modern day Calicut ),Kerala|
|Palace of the Rajah of Chirakal, Kannur, by the cool pond and in a fast-growing tropical grove, one mile from the mission house|
|View with stone bridge,Alappey 1900|
|Periyar lake 1900|
|Orphans eating rice. On the right the boarding school. In the background the Basel mission house ,Kozhikode 1914|
|Bolghatty Back Waters,Kochi 1900|