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The Ghadeshi Volunteer Rifle Corps was a British Indian Infantry regiment that functioned under the Volunteer Corps of the British Indian Army
. The auxiliary regiment was raised on 23rd December 1885 by the British Empire in India
. It was a part of the Bombay Army
which was the military of the Bombay Presidency
. The Ghadeshi Volunteer Rifle Corps also served under the administrative control of the Bombay Command.
Later in the year 1886, the British Indian regiment was merged together with the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway Volunteer Corps (17th Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway Battalion).
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