Dalhousie is in the north-western Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Dalhousie never became a major hillstation like Simla or Ootacamund.
Government diaries, which still persist in India and Pakistan, were in part attempts to streamline and control the production of milk and ensure it was not diluted with water before sale to consumers. They have met with mixed success.
At this central location now stands the WAPDA, or Water and Power Development Authority headquarters, one of the modern architectural gems of Lahore.
Rai Mela Ram, a popular socialite and 19th century businessman a major role as contractor in the
Built in the 1862, and named after one of the first British lieutenant-governors, it "carried European classical architecture into this distant and recently conquered province," according to Thomas R. Metcalf in An Imperial Vision Indian
Qutub Minar is among the tallest brick minarets in the world, an important early example of Indo-Islamic architecture built between 1199-1220 ACE. The Mexican writer Octavio Paz described it in his book In Light of India (1995):
"it is difficult to
Note how this advertisement for family life in the cantonment shows a woman and pram on the verandah.
One of the earliest industrial units in Punjab, it was established in 1902 and burned down in 1984. Established by Rai Bahadur Lala Banarsi Dass, it was among the few flour mills in the country before Partition, and a key supplier of flour to the