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History of India, Old Photographs

A bookseller at Amritsar           A busy street in Delhi           A colonade in the Temple of Dilwarra           A Hindu cemetery           A land of romance--State barge of H. H. the Maharaj awaiting H. E. Lady Curzon at Museum, Cashmere           A Parsi schoolmaster and his class of boys, Island of Uran, N. W. toward Bombay           A rickshaw of the wealthy--at entrance to Christ Church--Simla           An irrigating canal near Fatepur Sikri           Athletic native diving from top of a 50 ft. tower to tank below, Fatehpur Sikri           Avenue of palmyra palms, Botanical Gardens, Calcutta           Beautiful country around Dilwarra temples           Blacksmith shoeing a bullock, Calcutta           Bringing food to the sacred monkeys, near Jeypore           Celebrated Man Singh Palace, Gwalior, covered with carvings and enameled tiles           Charming Naldera, favorite retreat of lords Lytton and Curzon--S. S. W. toward Simla           Corridor in cloisters of tomb of Akbar, Sikandarah           Crossing Jhelum River by a bridge of three ropes, Garli, on Murree route, India to Cashmere           Crowd watching a performing bear, Jeypore           Cruickshank Road, E. S. E. past Municipal Building to Victoria Terminus, Bombay           Delhi Gate, finest in Delhi           Drunken dance of the eight-armed divinity, Shiva, rock-hewn temple, Elephanta           East wing Tiger Cave--S. W. into wonderful rock-hewn temple of Elephanta           Entrance to tomb of Akbar, Sikandarah           Fakirs at Amritsar, richest city of the Punjab--south across Sacred Tank to Golden Temple           Fount of ablution, Mosque Jama Masjid, Delhi           From Clock Tower looking north, Bombay           Grotesque fancy and patient skill of Hindu sculptors--pillars of the Temple, Madura           Headquarters of British agent, Mt. Abu           Hermit at Gem Lake doing penance--exposed to mid-day sun and intense fires, Mt. Abu           Hindu bride and bridegroom, Bombay,pg           Hindu fakirs, or holy men, by the Ganges, Benares           Hindu funeral procession, bystanders and quaint native shops, Agra           Hindu housewives grinding flour           Hindu pilgrims bathing in sacred well of their god Vishnu, N. bank of Ganges, Benares           Hindu shepherds tending their flocks on sacred Mount Abu, the famous Dilwara temples in distance           How Hindu cows enjoy life in Calcutta--sidewalk scene on Harrison St., looking west           Humble shawl-weavers at Cashmere patiently creating wonderful harmonies of line and color           India of to-morrow--handsome schoolboys of Amritsar, at the Golden Temple beside the Holy Tank           india-wildlife-package-tour-gandhi           Inflating bullock-skin boats--for crossing the swift Himalayan River Sutlej, N. India           Jaina women worshipping at central shrine--Nemnath Temple, Dilwarra, Mt. Abu           Lake (dry), Palace and Fort of Amber           Little Himalaya Ry. Train (track two feet wide)           Looking N. from a minaret of the greatest mosque in the world over famous city of Delhi           Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, with Lady Curzon, at Christ Church, Simla           Man-eating alligators of India eager for another meal--three monsters in captivity           Memorial at Cawnpore, India, to British women and children massacred by the Nana Sahib, 1857 (West)           Native Bhujji girls on the rocky banks of the Himalayan mountain river Sutlej, northern India           Native blacksmith outside city wall, Jeypore           Native washermen at the native washing place, Bombay           Nepalese porter-girls who carry baggage many miles for two-pence, Darjeeling           On every height there lies repose, view E. up steps of the sacred peak of Garakhnath           Orchestra used at Dilwarra Temple           Palenquin used by women of poorer classes           Primitive industry in old India--Hindu women spinning beside a Jain temple at Amber           Primitive irrigating plant, Mt. Abu           Primitive native life of India--Hindu women grinding at the mills           rajivgandhi           Relics of a romantic past--Tower of Victory (15th cent.) and royal cinotaphs (sic.) Chitor           Rickshaws before Christ Church, during service of prayer for King Edward, showing Town Hall, Simla           Rugged Mount Abu, S. W. from Dilwarra temples--Palace of Raja of Bikanir in distance           Sacred bull, 16 ft. long, 12 ft. 10 in. high, cut from a single stone, Great Temple, Tanjore           Seven goats slain but Kali wants more--horrid sacrifice to the Hindu goddess, Calcutta           Shelling rice and gossiping with the neighbors--home of contented citizens of Cashmere           Simla, the beautiful Himalayan mountain resort, from the highway to Kalka, the nearest railway station (57 miles)           Smokers of a preparation of opium, Amedabad           South front of Viceregal Lodge, Palace of the Viceroy, at Simla, the charming Summer Capital of India           Spinning in the streets of Jeypore           Steep mountain side between Simla and Nalera looking toward the Himalayas           Street sprinkler           Supplying the hay market of Simla, India--from the mountain valleys for ten miles around           Taj Ganj Gate, entrance to Taj Mahal, Agra           Taj Mahal Hotel, finest in the East, Bombay           Tea pickers, Happy Valley Estate, Darjeeling           Teachers of the faith of 150,000,000 people--typical Brahman priests at Secunderabad           The Palace of the Winds, Jeypore, India, beautiful as a shell with pink and cream-colored stucco           The Sanchi Tope at Bhilsa, India--Memorial structure of devout Buddhists 21 centuries ago           The splendid Municipal Building, Bombay           The Town Hall and Jakho Hill, S. E. from the Post Office, Simla           The Tripuliya, center of Ulwar City           Traveling on the roadway cut in the steep mountain-side between Simla and Naldera           Typical Himalayan woman at Skalin           Victoria Terminus, finest R. R. station in Asia, Bombay           Village of precipitous Mount Abu, from the bazaar, W. to palace of Raja of Jeypore           Wayfarers on a straight 30-mile road lined with stately poplars, Baramula to Cashmere           Wild date palm, before a palatial summer residence on Mount Abu          
A bookseller at Amritsar A busy street in Delhi A colonade in the Temple of Dilwarra A Hindu cemetery A land of romance--State barge of H. H. the Maharaj awaiting H. E. Lady Curzon at Museum, Cashmere A Parsi schoolmaster and his class of boys, Island of Uran, N. W. toward Bombay A rickshaw of the wealthy--at entrance to Christ Church--Simla An irrigating canal near Fatepur Sikri Athletic native diving from top of a 50 ft. tower to tank below, Fatehpur Sikri Avenue of palmyra palms, Botanical Gardens, Calcutta Beautiful country around Dilwarra temples Blacksmith shoeing a bullock, Calcutta Bringing food to the sacred monkeys, near Jeypore Celebrated Man Singh Palace, Gwalior, covered with carvings and enameled tiles Charming Naldera, favorite retreat of lords Lytton and Curzon--S. S. W. toward Simla Corridor in cloisters of tomb of Akbar, Sikandarah Crossing Jhelum River by a bridge of three ropes, Garli, on Murree route, India to Cashmere Crowd watching a performing bear, Jeypore Cruickshank Road, E. S. E. past Municipal Building to Victoria Terminus, Bombay Delhi Gate, finest in Delhi Drunken dance of the eight-armed divinity, Shiva, rock-hewn temple, Elephanta East wing Tiger Cave--S. W. into wonderful rock-hewn temple of Elephanta Entrance to tomb of Akbar, Sikandarah Fakirs at Amritsar, richest city of the Punjab--south across Sacred Tank to Golden Temple Fount of ablution, Mosque Jama Masjid, Delhi From Clock Tower looking north, Bombay Grotesque fancy and patient skill of Hindu sculptors--pillars of the Temple, Madura Headquarters of British agent, Mt. Abu Hermit at Gem Lake doing penance--exposed to mid-day sun and intense fires, Mt. Abu Hindu bride and bridegroom, Bombay,pg Hindu fakirs, or holy men, by the Ganges, Benares Hindu funeral procession, bystanders and quaint native shops, Agra Hindu housewives grinding flour Hindu pilgrims bathing in sacred well of their god Vishnu, N. bank of Ganges, Benares Hindu shepherds tending their flocks on sacred Mount Abu, the famous Dilwara temples in distance How Hindu cows enjoy life in Calcutta--sidewalk scene on Harrison St., looking west Humble shawl-weavers at Cashmere patiently creating wonderful harmonies of line and color India of to-morrow--handsome schoolboys of Amritsar, at the Golden Temple beside the Holy Tank india-wildlife-package-tour-gandhi Inflating bullock-skin boats--for crossing the swift Himalayan River Sutlej, N. India Jaina women worshipping at central shrine--Nemnath Temple, Dilwarra, Mt. Abu Lake (dry), Palace and Fort of Amber Little Himalaya Ry. Train (track two feet wide) Looking N. from a minaret of the greatest mosque in the world over famous city of Delhi Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, with Lady Curzon, at Christ Church, Simla Man-eating alligators of India eager for another meal--three monsters in captivity Memorial at Cawnpore, India, to British women and children massacred by the Nana Sahib, 1857 (West) Native Bhujji girls on the rocky banks of the Himalayan mountain river Sutlej, northern India Native blacksmith outside city wall, Jeypore Native washermen at the native washing place, Bombay Nepalese porter-girls who carry baggage many miles for two-pence, Darjeeling On every height there lies repose, view E. up steps of the sacred peak of Garakhnath Orchestra used at Dilwarra Temple Palenquin used by women of poorer classes Primitive industry in old India--Hindu women spinning beside a Jain temple at Amber Primitive irrigating plant, Mt. Abu Primitive native life of India--Hindu women grinding at the mills rajivgandhi Relics of a romantic past--Tower of Victory (15th cent.) and royal cinotaphs (sic.) Chitor Rickshaws before Christ Church, during service of prayer for King Edward, showing Town Hall, Simla Rugged Mount Abu, S. W. from Dilwarra temples--Palace of Raja of Bikanir in distance Sacred bull, 16 ft. long, 12 ft. 10 in. high, cut from a single stone, Great Temple, Tanjore Seven goats slain but Kali wants more--horrid sacrifice to the Hindu goddess, Calcutta Shelling rice and gossiping with the neighbors--home of contented citizens of Cashmere Simla, the beautiful Himalayan mountain resort, from the highway to Kalka, the nearest railway station (57 miles) Smokers of a preparation of opium, Amedabad South front of Viceregal Lodge, Palace of the Viceroy, at Simla, the charming Summer Capital of India Spinning in the streets of Jeypore Steep mountain side between Simla and Nalera looking toward the Himalayas Street sprinkler Supplying the hay market of Simla, India--from the mountain valleys for ten miles around Taj Ganj Gate, entrance to Taj Mahal, Agra Taj Mahal Hotel, finest in the East, Bombay Tea pickers, Happy Valley Estate, Darjeeling Teachers of the faith of 150,000,000 people--typical Brahman priests at Secunderabad The Palace of the Winds, Jeypore, India, beautiful as a shell with pink and cream-colored stucco The Sanchi Tope at Bhilsa, India--Memorial structure of devout Buddhists 21 centuries ago The splendid Municipal Building, Bombay The Town Hall and Jakho Hill, S. E. from the Post Office, Simla The Tripuliya, center of Ulwar City Traveling on the roadway cut in the steep mountain-side between Simla and Naldera Typical Himalayan woman at Skalin Victoria Terminus, finest R. R. station in Asia, Bombay Village of precipitous Mount Abu, from the bazaar, W. to palace of Raja of Jeypore Wayfarers on a straight 30-mile road lined with stately poplars, Baramula to Cashmere Wild date palm, before a palatial summer residence on Mount Abu

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