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AlbumRTW Volume 1(1902-1903)

Egypt, India
Browsing photos RTW Vol1 001-283

RTW_vol_1_100 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
The Diwani 'Am [Hall of Public Audiences at Agra Fort, built by Shah Jahan. Polished stucco pillars topped by peacock arches support a flat roof. View from above]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_101 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
The Diwani 'Am [Hall of Public Audiences at Agra Fort, built by Shah Jahan. Polished stucco pillars topped by peacock arches support a flat roof. Gothic Christian tomb in courtyard marks grave of John Russel Colvin, Lieutenant Governor of the North West Provinces who died in the 1857 rebellion]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_102 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort - the Saman Burj [Octagonal Tower (also known as Musamman Burj) - from which, according to legend, Shah Jehan caught his last view of the Taj Mahal before his death. Black slate throne in foreground in front of Diwani 'Khas (Hall of private audience)]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_103 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort - the two thrones [Two Thrones: one of black slate and one of white marble on the terrace in front of the Diwani 'Khas (Hall of Private Audience)]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_104 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [Carved and decorated apartment in the Mussaman Burj (Saman Burj) - famous in legend as place where Shah Jehan caught final glimpse of Taj Mahal before he died. Intricately carved chamber with ornamental niches]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_105 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [View of exterior of wall of Fort taken from Fort]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_106 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [View taken from Fort looking out over Fort and Yamuna river]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_107 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
The Gates of Chitor and the Pearl Mosque [Chitor Gate, salvaged by Akbar from sacking of Rajput stronghold of Chitor and installed in 1568, and Pearl Mosque - Moti Masjid]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_108 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [Diwani 'Khas (Hall of Private Audience) Black slate throne in background]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_109 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
The Gates of Chitor [Chitor Gate, salvaged by Akbar as trophy from the sacking of Rajput stronghold of Chitor, installed in 1568]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_110 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [Detail of building]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_111 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [Khas Mahal (Private Palace) - three pavilions with fountain tank opposite central pavilion. Golden Pavilions with curved roofs covered with gilded copper flank the central pavilion. Taj Mahal in distance]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_112 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort - the Grape Garden [Anguri Bagh - miniature Charbagh (garden divided into quadrants). Khas Mahal (Private Palace) in background]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_113 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [Golden Pavilion flanking central pavilion of Khas Mahal (Private Palace). Taj Mahal in distance]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_114 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Fort [Jahangiri Mahal, red sandstone palace. Hugo in foreground]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_115 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Taj from top of Jehangir Mahal [Jehangiri Mahal - red sandstone palace. View of Taj Mahal through opening in wall]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_116 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Jehangir Mahal [Assembly Hall of Jehangiri Mahal - red sand-stone palace with two-storeyed facade, carved ornamental brackets support beams, wide eaves and ceilings with struts]
Date: 25 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_117 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Jehangir Mahal [Jehangiri Mahal - exterior of red sandstone palace]
Date: December 1902
RTW_vol_1_118 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, The Taj - the Great Gate [Arched gateway at the Taj Mahal]
Date: 27 December 1902
RTW_vol_1_119 - Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, the Taj [Taj Mahal. View through Great Gate]
Date: 27 December 1902

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