National Geographic : 1946 Oct
524 The National Geographic Magazine Near the Royal Palace's Outer Wall a Kabul Driver Waits with Two-wheeled Tonga Tonga drivers are an independent lot, the author discovered to his discomfiture. If they or their horses become hungry or cold, they stop, collect fares, and let passengers proceed on foot (page 543). What Forgotten King Leaned on These Ivory Throne Panels? Recently unearthed at Begram, an ancient crossroads of culture, they are now in Kabul Museum. Though they show a strong Hindu influence, India has discovered nothing like them (page 533).