Saluting Gun 2nd World War Period

Saluting Gun on display

The photograph of this Saluting Gun was captured in the Government Museum premises in Bengaluru. This photograph dates back to 17th Aug 2012.

Saluting Gun
Saluting Gun on display in Government Museum, Bangalore
Saluting Gun
Saluting Gun – Close up
Saluting Gun
Saluting Gun used for friendly firing.

This Saluting Gun was presented to His Highness the Maharaja of Mysore by the Commander in Chief, Indian Army, in remembrance of the services of the Mysore State and its Armed Forces during the 2nd World War.

About Saluting Gun
This Saluting Gun was presented to His Highness the Maharaja of Mysore by the Commander in Chief, Indian Army, in remembrance of the services of the Mysore State and its Armed Forces during the 2nd World War.

The saluting gun is used for friendly firing. For more in-depth knowledge, here is an article in Wikipedia.

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