Indian khula-khud (helmet), char-aina (chahar-aina, chahar a’ineh), literally the four mirrors, chest armor with four plates, dastanas/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), silk padded mail armour jacket and trousers, cotton padding covering a layer of steel mail, the inside lining decorated with small floral sprays on a cream ground, a pair of steel slippers with leather attachments, firangi sword, cloth quiver with arrows, jacket 74 cm. long, trousers 100 cm. long, end of the 18th century.
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Mongolian warrior found on photobucket. - This photo was uploaded by snafu1056.
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Indian (Deccan) zirah baktar (mail and plate armour shirt) 100 cm long, 17th Century, a long-sleeved mail shirt with seven frontal plates embellished with gilt mounts and four small inscription medallions, the back with five vertical rows of miniature plaques, khula-khud (helmet) and a pair of Ottoman 19th century embroidered velvet boots.
Indian (Sind) armor, late 18th to early 19th c, detail view of the dastana (arm guard), steel, brass, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, constructed of mail and steel plates decorated with embossed brass plaques, thought to come from the northeast Indian kingdom of Sind, now a province in southern Pakistan. The region was ruled by Mirs of the Talpur family from 1783 until 1843, when it was taken over by the British, this is one of the best examples of surviving sind armors.
Japanese samurai helmet
Indian mail and plate helmet, 17th to 18th century.