Three men stand looking powerful and pensive in this image. The photo is entitled the Marwarree Brokers, which suggests they are involved in business and are probably apart of the Kshatriyas caste and are relatively wealthy and respected. The existence of brokers suggests that the economy in India during this time was pretty sophisticated. The men are from the Marwar region in India, which is located in the northwestern part of the country. These men give a glimpse of what a successful businessman might look like in India in the 1850s or 1860s. They are closer to the top of the caste system and are successful in an economically oppressive colonial system because of being brokers which is more esteemed employment that an average merchant. Marwarree Brokers shows some Indians who had comfortable lives during the colonial period with fine clothing and an affluent place in society.