Indians Were Only Allowed to Sit in British Offices with this Certificate in 1887, Respect Independence!

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Indian’s who were the British followers were bounded up with public distribution symbols of stature, such as a kursi (chair) at the darbar and Afrinnamas.

The Indians contended for such “honours” and entreated for the same.

So, now the question arises that who were the ‘Kursi Nashins’ and how were they chosen?.

Back in 1887, a certificate was issued and being routed on social media, which has generated much curiosity. Apparently, the certificate was issued to the chair or the seat holder, might be (assuming) in government offices and in front of officials.

Whereas, the honorific ‘Kursi Nashin’ is the most obvious explanation.

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