This beautiful building is also known as the "Mole on the cheek" of Lahore's landscape. Its minarets offer spectacular views of the walled city. One was climbed by Rudyard Kipling who wrote an original version of his short story The City of Dreadful
One of the best in Tuck's Native Life in India series, a cool contrast of blue and marble, showing the guards at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
[Original caption] The Sikh Akalis are one section of the famous "fakirs" or native priests of India.