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    Howrah Bridge under construction

    Hyderabad :)

    Maharani of Sikkim

    Colonel Ewart of the 78th Highlanders Colonel John Alexander Ewart of the 78th Highlanders was a veteran of the Crimean Campaign and the Indian Mutiny. On 1 December 1857, during an action with the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore, a cannon ball took off his left arm. He died on 18 June 1904.

    Taj Mahal - 1945

    Two Hindu Women in Elaborate Jewelry, Before Studio Backdrop with Palm Trees. 1860s

    British man posing with dog and rifle, Bangalore, India, circa 1910

    Lance Corporal Venkatasami of the 2nd Queen’s Own Madras Sappers and Miners. This Indian unit fought in France, Mesopotamia, Egypt and Palestine during the Great War and provided Engineer support to Indian formations in these campaigns. Venkatasami survived the war and this photograph was taken in Egypt in February 1919. He is wearing the typical uniform of Indian troops in these theatres of war; Khaki Drill tunic and shorts.

    Brig. Gen. John Nicholson. He was a Giant in India- worshipped as a god by his soldiers. Killed in the Mutiny of 1857

    Untitled (a fakir) Title: Untitled (a fakir) Artist: Robert Hotz Artist Bio: Swiss, active India, late 19th - early 20th century Creation Date: late 19th century Process: albumen print Credit Line: Gift of Stephen White Accession Number: 1983.073.076

    Little Raja

    Executioner, India, 1903

    The Maharaja of Jammu & Kashmir. Royal India.

    Soldier, 15th Sikhs, India

    Four British men and their furry and feathered friends, Bangalore, India, circa 1910

    HH Maharawal Shri MAHIPAL SINGH II Bahadur, 34th Maharawal of Dungarpur, born 1931.

    The Living Torso 1901 This is Prince Randian, also known as The Snake Man, The Living Torso and The Human Caterpillar. He was a famous limbless sideshow performer of the early 1900s, and was renowned because of his ability to be incredibly self-sufficient - he could shave, paint, write and even roll cigarettes for himself. His career was extremely successful and he reportedly worked for 45 years as a performer.

    Clipping from The Daily Mirror reporting the award of Victoria Cross to Sepoy Khudadad Khan, 129th DCO Baluchis, 1915.

    VT, Mumbai

    The Churchgate Station, Mumbai

    Oval Maidan, Mumbai