A Tuck's 'Oilette' postcard, No 9317.  On the reverse is printed:
A Native Musician in Peshawar, a town and district in the Punjab province near the entrance of the Khyber Pass.  These native musicians are a feature of India, wandering at their will about the country, subsisting on their scanty earnings, and being welcome guests everywhere, especially in remote districts, where anything to vary the monotony of life is cordially welcomed.
A 'Native Life of India. Series V'.  Probably late 1930s.
From the Bill Dean-Myatt Collection.