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AlbumRTW Volume 2(1903)

India, Pakistan
Browsing photos RTW Vol2 001a-261

RTW_vol_2_161 - Khyber Pass - Pakistan / Afghanistan border
The Caravans [The Cabuli and Peshwari caravans - loaded camels and mules, and men journeying to Kabul]
Date: January 27 1903
RTW_vol_2_162 - Amritsar, Punjab
The Golden Temple - Akalis [Golden Temple - Darbar Sahib, the Holiest shrine in the Sikh religion - surrounded by water, "Pool of Nectar," and reached across marble causeway. Akalis - Sikh holy warriors - in foreground, crossing causeway]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_163 - Amritsar, Punjab
The Golden Temple [Golden Temple - Darbar Sahib, the Holiest shrine in the Sikh religion - surrounded by water, "Pool of Nectar," and reached across marble causeway. View across pool]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_164 - Amritsar, Punjab
The Golden Temple [Golden Temple - Darbar Sahib, the Holiest shrine in the Sikh religion - surrounded by water, "Pool of Nectar," and reached across marble causeway]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_165 - Amritsar, Punjab
A holy man [near Golden Temple]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_166 - Amritsar, Punjab
Amritsar City [Amritsar, the centre of Sikh religion - founded in 1577 by Ram Das, fourth guru of the Sikhs. General view from above including Golden Temple]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_167 - Amritsar, Punjab
Lute Players. "And the Mem Sahib came and she took a picture" [Near Golden Temple. "There were two men outside playing on a sort of lute and singing praises of the Granth, but they can't have been very serious worshippers, for when I stopped to photograph them, I heard them interpolate into the song 'and the Mem Sahib came and took a picture' - all in the same squeaky tune. Perhaps he was telling the Granth about me!"]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_168 - Amritsar, Punjab
Entrance to the Golden Temple [Golden Temple - Darbar Sahib, the Holiest shrine in the Sikh religion - surrounded by water, "Pool of Nectar," and reached across marble causeway. Sikhs seated outside carved arched doorway of Temple]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_169 - Amritsar, Punjab
Yarkandis - Amritsar Caravanserai [Amritsar - centre of Asiatic caravan trade. Indian traders gathered]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_170 - Amritsar, Punjab
Bathers in the Tank [Golden Temple - Darbar Sahib, the Holiest shrine in the Sikh religion - surrounded by water, "Pool of Nectar," and reached across marble causeway. Sikh boy and holy men beside pool surrounding temple]
Date: January 28 1903
RTW_vol_2_171 - Mathura, Utter Pradesh
[View from Yamuna river of ghats at Muttra, and Sati Burj tower - four storeyed red sandstone tower built to commemorate the sati of the wife of the Raja of Amber. Indians in boat in foreground]
Date: January 31 1903
RTW_vol_2_172 - Mathura, Utter Pradesh
[View from Yamuna river of ghats at Muttra, Indian women washing]
Date: January 31 1903
RTW_vol_2_173 - Mathura, Utter Pradesh
[Indians in street]
Date: January 31 1903
RTW_vol_2_174 - Vindravan, Uttar Pradesh
Gobind Deva [Govinda Deva built by Raja Man Singh, three storey Hindu temple (originally seven storeys) with elaborate porches and balconied windows. Indians outside temple]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_175 - Vindravan, Uttar Pradesh
Govind Das [Temple of Shri Ranganatha (Rangaji Temple) with gold plated Dhwaja Stambha column in the inner courtyard. View through doorway; Indian man and boy with marks of Vishnu on faces in foreground]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_176 - Vindravan, Uttar Pradesh
Gobind Deva [Govinda Deva built by Raja Man Singh, three storey Hindu temple (originally seven storeys) with elaborate porches and balconied windows. Indian in foreground]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_177 - Vindravan, Uttar Pradesh
Govind Das [Temple of Shri Ranganatha (Rangaji Temple) with gold plated Dhwaja Stambha column in the inner courtyard. Indian man with marks of Vishnu on his face in courtyard]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_178 - Vindravan, Uttar Pradesh
Sadhu - Madan Mohan [Holy man at Madan Mohan Temple]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_179 - Govardhan, Uttar Pradesh
Suraj Mull [Cenotaph beside water tank (Mansi Ganga) and ghats commemorating founders of the Bharatpur rajas]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_180 - Govardhan, Uttar Pradesh
[Cenotaph beside water tank (Mansi Ganga) and ghats commemorating founders of the Bharatpur rajas]
Date: 1 February 1903

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