A beautifully colored lithographic postcard, with two stamps carefully positioned on the front and postmarked 26th November 1919.
A nice representation of water being extracted and transported by human and animal labor throughout a village.
Mahatma Gandhi, the father of Indian Independence, from a series celebrating heroes of the struggle.
[Recto, Translated from Gujarati] “Mahatma Gandhi started a novel non- violence war.
One of the earliest postcards of a "dancing girl" printed in India. Nach [or Nautch] women among the most popular subjects of early postcards of India.
The Jama Masjid is a mosque in the Kalbadevi neighborhood, near Crawford Market in the South Mumbai region of Mumbai, India.
A French postcard celebrating the presence of Indian troops with the British army fighting against the Germans. Dafadar Chanda Singh writes to Arur [sp?] Singh in Lahore District, Punjab in Urdu on Nov.
A colonial offering, on a rare lithographic card, both obsequious and a caricature of the snotty memsahib.
A World War I recruiting postcard for the British-Indian Army.
[Recto, Translated from Gujarati-Bohri dialect] “You are our cause of existence. You symbolize and make us aware of our truthful rights.