A real-photo postcard printed the wrong way around. By the late teens it was becoming more common for publishers to print postcards on photographic paper the size and with the backing of postcards; this was possibly commissioned by Ahmed Din.
Addressed to Miss Hill, 59 High Street, Wollaster, W. Hosnbridge, Worcesteshire, England, [no year]: "Kashmir Oct. 25. So very sorry to hear of Mrs. Hipwood's death. I remember him very well. So glad you can have seen all the children.
Adressed to Miss Diana Penton, c/o Miss Oughton-Giles, St. Mary's, Chislehurst, Kent, England: "We are very busy packing, so I can only find time for a card.
It is hard to over estimate the importance of Rabindranath Tagore at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Victoria Memorial of Kolkata was constructed between 1906 and 1921. Note the fine juxtaposition of the cow grazing and the statue of the horse being ridden by Edward VII above the gateway.
Nirad Chaudhuri describes, in his youth, how the
[Original] A Caravan on Its Way to Peshawar from Afghanistan in the Caravan Serai Landikotal N.W.F.P. [end]
Postcards like this illustrate how enormous the trade through the Khyber Pass once was. The Peshawar District Gazetteer 1897-98 put the value