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AlbumRTW Volume 2(1903)

India, Pakistan
Browsing photos RTW Vol2 001a-261

RTW_vol_2_061 - Chittaugargh, Rajasthan
Kali Diva's priest [Kali Divas Temple, priest washing after the Puja - prayer service]
Date: January 16 1903
RTW_vol_2_062 - Chittaugargh, Rajasthan
Padmani's Palace [Padmini's Palace - in middle of small lake. Padmini was wife of Bheem (Bhim)]
Date: January 16 1903
RTW_vol_2_063 - Alwar, Rajasthan
Ekkas [Ox-pulled domed carriages at roadside]
Date: January 17 1903
RTW_vol_2_064 - Alwar, Rajasthan
Bakhtawar's tomb [Bakhtawar Singh's tomb, of marble, in Indo-Islamic style - in Alwar Palace, to south of Sagar Tank (artificial water tank)]
Date: January 17 1903
RTW_vol_2_065 - Alwar, Rajasthan
[Alwar City Palace (Vinai Vilas Mahal), in Indo-Islamic style, view from across Sagar tank (artificial water tank) with symmetrical ghats]
Date: January 17 1903
RTW_vol_2_066 - Alwar, Rajasthan
Begging priests - Alwar [at railway station]
Date: January 18 1903
RTW_vol_2_067 - Alwar, Rajasthan
The Palace - Alwar [Alwar City Palace (Vinai Vilas Mahal), symmetrical ghats beside Sagar tank (artificial water tank)]
Date: January 17 1903
RTW_vol_2_068 - Alwar, Rajasthan
The Palace - Alwar [Alwar City Palace (Vinai Vilas Mahal). Courtyard showing fountain and zenana]
Date: January 17 1903
RTW_vol_2_069 - Lahore - Pakistan
The Mosque [Wazir Khan's Mosque, built by Shah Jahan's governor. Walls have intricate kashi tile work. Courtyard with Indians]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_070 - Lahore - Pakistan
The Mosque [Wazir Khan's Mosque, built by Shah Jahan's governor. Walls have intricate kashi tile work. Courtyard with Indians at prayer]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_071 - Lahore - Pakistan
The Mosque [Wazir Khan's Mosque, built by Shah Jahan's governor. Walls have intricate kashi tile work. Courtyard with Indians at prayer]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_072 - Lahore - Pakistan
Pavilion - Lahore Mosque [Marble pavilion built by Ranjit Singh, near Badshahi Mosque (Jama Masjid)]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_073 - Lahore - Pakistan
Ranjit Singh's Tomb [View from a distance of tomb, seated Indians in foreground]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_074 - Lahore - Pakistan
[Street - buildings with bow windows of carved wood. Bazaar and Indians]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_075 - Lahore - Pakistan
The Gun Zamzama [Canon made in Kabul, brought over by Ahmed Shah Abdali and used in the Battle of Panipat. Cast from bronze and copper. Under Ranjit Singh it became the symbol of the Sikh Empire. Made famous by Rudyard Kipling in "Kim"]
Date: January 19 1903
RTW_vol_2_076 - Lahore - Pakistan
Bahadur Shah [Indian man seated in bow window]
Date: January 20 1903
RTW_vol_2_077 -
Sikh women at a well [Women drawing water from well]
Date: January 21 1903
RTW_vol_2_078 -
Sikh village [Villagers and cows]
Date: January 21 1903
RTW_vol_2_079 -
The Tope [Mankiyala Buddhist Stupa (hemispheric funerary mound, principal votive monument in a Buddhist religious complex) Dome is over 30 metres high and 40 metres in diameter. Man, possibly Hugo in foreground]
Date: January 21 1903
RTW_vol_2_080 -
The Tope [Mankiyala Buddhist Stupa (hemispheric funerary mound, principal votive monument in a Buddhist religious complex) Dome is over 30 metres high and 40 metres in diameter. In foreground - holy Muhammadan shrine, tree nearby hung with rags]
Date: January 21 1903

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