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A Blog about Historical Vintage Photographs of Indian Subcontinent
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Bathing Ghats and Temples in Benares (Varanasi) - c1880's
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Calcutta (Kolkata) Cyclone - 1864
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Woman Spinning Cotton - c1900's
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Boats on the Hooghly River - Calcutta (Kolkata) c1880's
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Portrait of an Indian Woman in Saree - c1930's
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Schoolboys at the Golden Temple at Amritsar in the Punjab - c. 1903
Photographer: James Ricalton Source: British Library
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Rev. P. Rajahgopaul of the Free Church of Scotland Mission, Madras (Chennai) - c.1860
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Two young Women and a Child, Displaying Jewellery, at Madras (Chennai) in Tamil Nadu - c.1870's
This photograph is attributed to the Madras School of Industrial Arts which was an important training centre for photographers in the area, established in 1850. The two women pictured here are wearing rings, earrings, noserings, bracelets, necklaces, and an...
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Two young Women and a Child, Displaying Jewellery, at Madras (Chennai) in Tamil Nadu - c.1870's
This photograph is attributed to the Madras School of Industrial Arts which was an important training centre for photographers in the area, established in 1850. The two women pictured here are wearing rings, earrings, noserings, bracelets, necklaces, and an...
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Studio Portrait of Five Women Wearing Jewellery, Madras (Chennai) - c.1870's
This photograph is attributed to The Madras School of Industrial Arts which was an important training centre for photographers in the area, established in 1850. The two girls standing behind the three seated women are wearing the jewelled head-dress traditi...
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