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AlbumRTW Volume 2(1903)

India, Pakistan
Browsing photos RTW Vol2 001a-261

RTW_vol_2_181 - Govardhan, Uttar Pradesh
"Babinji" [Indian man in costume with yoke and covered bird cages]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_182 - Govardhan, Uttar Pradesh
[Water tank and ghats]
Date: 1 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_183 - Dig, Rajasthan
Our rooms in the Queen's palace [Hugo and two Indians on balcony at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_184 - Dig, Rajasthan
Our courtyard on the roof [Indian in foreground at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_185 - Dig, Rajasthan
Our room [Hugo and Indians in room at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_186 - Dig, Rajasthan
The Palace [Hugo and Indian in palace gardens]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_187 - Dig, Rajasthan
The Palace [Ghopal Bhawan Palace - with intricate balconies and pavilion beside water tank (Gopal Sagar) with ghats - at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_188 - Dig, Rajasthan
The Palace, Dhurni Dhur [Indian man seated]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_189 - Dig, Rajasthan
The Palace [Indian man seated at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_190 - Dig, Rajasthan
The Palace [Water tank - Gopal Sagar - with ghats and pavilion at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_191 - Dig, Rajasthan
The Palace [Palace with black throne in courtyard and intricately laid out gardens at Dig Fort complex. View from above]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_192 - Dig, Rajasthan
Our dining room [View over palace gardens at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_193 - Dig, Rajasthan
The garden and the Maharaja's throne [View towards palace behind trees, showing empty water tank, at Dig Fort complex]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_194 - Dig, Rajasthan
A Bridal party [Bridegroom on horseback and Indians]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_195 - Dig, Rajasthan
The cab stand [Indians with tongas]
Date: 2 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_196 - Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
The Residency [Scene of the Siege of Lucknow during the 1857 Mutiny - British inhabitants of Lucknow took refuge here at the outbreak of the mutiny, and were besieged for five months, initially under the command of Sir Henry Lawrence who died early on in the siege. The Residency is maintained as it was after the final relief; the Union Jack was flown constantly until Independence in 1947]
Date: 3 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_197 - Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
The Residency [Scene of the Siege of Lucknow during the 1857 Mutiny - British inhabitants of Lucknow took refuge here at the outbreak of the mutiny, and were besieged for five months, initially under the command of Sir Henry Lawrence who died early on in the siege. Residency is maintained as it was after the final relief; the Union Jack was flown constantly until Independence in 1947. Canon in foreground]
Date: 3 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_198 - Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
The Residency [Scene of the Siege of Lucknow during the 1857 Mutiny - British inhabitants of Lucknow took refuge here at the outbreak of the mutiny, and were besieged for five months, initially under the command of Sir Henry Lawrence who died early on in the siege. Residency is maintained as it was after the final relief; the Union Jack was flown constantly until Independence in 1947]
Date: 3 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_199 - Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
The Residency [Scene of the Siege of Lucknow during the 1857 Mutiny - British inhabitants of Lucknow took refuge here at the outbreak of the mutiny, and were besieged for five months, initially under the command of Sir Henry Lawrence who died early on in the siege. Residency is maintained as it was after the final relief; the Union Jack was flown constantly until Independence in 1947. Memorial in foreground]
Date: 3 February 1903
RTW_vol_2_200 - Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
The Residency [Scene of the Siege of Lucknow during the 1857 Mutiny - British inhabitants of Lucknow took refuge here at the outbreak of the mutiny, and were besieged for five months, initially under the command of Sir Henry Lawrence who died early on in the siege. Residency is maintained as it was after the final relief; the Union Jack was flown constantly until Independence in 1947]
Date: 3 February 1903

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