Here is the follow-up photograph from Father’s Day last Sunday. The elder princesses wear very traditional belted sarees with woven checks this time. Black and white is appropriate, but I wish there were tinting on this image. The littlest girl’s costume is not really visible, but it is different from her sisters. The boys look more mature now; all of them seem somber. This was taken soon after the Maharaja’s death from diptheria, leaving their mother as Regent until ten-year-old Krishnaraja IV came of age. He ruled Mysore until 1940, highly praised for the cultural and technological advancements of his state.