Shlomo Ezra Pinhas Barook Mizrahi arrived in Calcutta from Baghdad, with his wife, Salha (nee Namurdi) and 6 children circa 1903. Shlomo, as it happens, was the personal cook of Hakham Yosef Haim until a disease of some sort plagued Baghdad, at which point he took his family to Basra. While there, he was the cook for a rich family for one year and then moved to Calcutta where his wife had relatives. Barook was the oldest male and had two older sisters, Girji and Simha, and younger siblings Noam, Isaac, David, and Hannah who was the only one born in Calcutta.
Barook, Isaac and David were in the import/export business and had offices in Calcutta and Rangoon. Isaac's and David's families were stationed there until around 1942, when the Japanese invaded Burma and the majority of the Jews left. When they and the majority of Jews moved to Calcutta, many on foot for 6 months through jungles, the population increased to around 5000.
Barook married Rema (nee Raymond/Rahamim) around 1916 and had 9 children. Moses and Flora can be seen in the pictures posted.
Hannah was married to Abraham (Dangoor) Ezekiel and you can see his picture standing with Barook.