A self-published, artist-signed postcard of an Impressionist sensibility by Miss Barnes of Madras [Chennai]. Painting was a hobby of many British women and men in India, watercolors often found in albums, but few went to the trouble of having their
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
Addressed to Miss E. Young, West Worthing, Sussex, England and postmarked Dalhouse, May 23, 1905: "Along the top of the houses on the right runs the road.
A lovely postcard were the energy flows outwards towards the viewer from the Char Minar, the city's landmark mosque built in 1591.
Gobindram Oodepyram produced a number of hand-tinted, two colour, postcards like this one where the pink, for example, is strategically deployed to lead the eye down the broad avenue.
[Original caption] Street Scene. The city of Jeypore, situated 850 miles north-west of Calcutta, is handsomely and regularly built, and is the most important centre of Rajputana.
[Verso] Published specially for the S.J. Co-operative Society, Karachi Sole Agent for this view throughout India
[Original caption] The Empress Market, the principal market of Karachi, is situated on the Preedy Street in Sadar Bazaar.