A description of the Kroonstad Office (the first posting in this thread) appeared in "St Martins Le Grand" - the newsletter of the General Post Office......with my apologies for the language used.
“Of quite opposite character are the Indians who call for letters. They are splendid looking men, handsome and dignified, with none of the frivolity of the African K..... They are men to be admired. Respectful to any white man, they look upon and treat with scorn the childish African. And what a picture of neatness and colour are they dressed in wide kharki trousers, long frocks bound at the waist by a broad band of red and yellow, glittering burnishes, and a startling coloured turban. They make a pleasing splash of colour amidst the dull dress of the Tommies. To deal with the correspondence of the hundreds of Indians employed at the remount depot we have in Kroonstad one of the Indian postal men; he assists at the counter and acts as interpreter.”
Looking for Salutries, Salootries and Veterinary Duffadars.
I collect primarily QSAs to Indian Recipients.