Photograph © Medha Malik Kudaisya -- may be used without prior permission for any educational or scholarly purpose.
These stone and bronze sculptures were created by Leonard Jennings to commemorate those killed from the cavalry and armored regiments of the Indian Army during World War I in battles in Sinai, Palestine and Syria. The three statues represent soldiers from the three Indian States - Hyderabad, Mysore and Jodhpur, together with detachments from Bhavnagar, Kashmir and Kathiawar. The statutes were collectively named Teen Murti and the base carries the names of officers. The statues stood in front of Flagstaff House, the Commander-in-Chief's residence (now the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library). Notice the Rashtrapati Bhavan in the rear which is connected with a direct vista to the Teen Murti Bhavan.
Gupta, Narayani. Delhi between two empires, 1803-1921 Delhi, 1986
Dalrymple, W. City of Djinns - A Year in Delhi London, 1993
Frykenberg, F R. Delhi through the ages Delhi, 1986
Spear Percival. Delhi, its monuments and history Delhi, 1994
R G Irving. Indian Summer: Lutyens, Baker and Imperial Delhi New Haven, 1981
T R Metcalf. An Imperial Vision. Indian Architecture and Britain's Raj Berkeley, 1989