|122nd Rajputana Infantry|
A soldier of the 122nd Rajputana Infantry (far right) amongst other troops form the British Indian Army
|Part of|| Bombay Army (to 1895)|
|Colors||Red; faced dark green, 1882 emerald green|
|Battles|| Boxer Rebellion|
World War I
The 122nd Rajputana Infantry were an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army. The regiment traces their origins to 1818, when they were raised as the 2nd Battalion, 11th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry.
After World War I the Indian government reformed the army moving from single battalion regiments to multi battalion regiments. In 1922, the 122nd Rajputana Infantry became the 3rd (Prince of Wales's Own), 6th Rajputana Rifles. After independence they were one of the regiments allocated to the Indian Army.
- 2nd Battalion, 11th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry - 1818
- 22nd Bombay Native Infantry - 1824
- 22nd Bombay Infantry - 1885
- 122nd Rajputana Infantry - 1903
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