The Staff College for the British Indian army was moved here in 1907 and became the main senior training center until Partition; since then it is the Pakistan army's main educational facility.
An educational institution in the heart of Lahore. Originally founded as a middle school in 1883 it was upgraded to a high school in 1891. Tthe school spreads over an area of 23,155 sq.
Bourne & Shepherd are said to have begun their photographic activities in 1840, a year after the invention of photography (see Macmillan, Seaports of India and Ceylon, 1928, p.
One of Holmes most popular images, with "trans-border type" referring to tribesmen who floated between Afghanistan and the Northwest Frontier Province (NWFP) border areas.
This not postmarked card had this written on the back: "These are what wear
Shriniwas Mahadeo & Sons on Church Road in Belgaum (now Belagavi, Karnataka) published a number of exceptional cards of the ruins of Nagarkhana Gate. Note the red coloring on a few flowers, applied by stencil.
Scrawled in pencil on the back of this
Pykara is not far from Ooty, and was a popular South Indian postcard subject. Sacred to the Todas, the Pykara River is also where one of India's first hydroelectric power plants was commissioned in the 1930s.
[Original caption] Jatayu-Vadha: - Ravana, while carrying away Sita, is being attacked by the bird Jatayu, with whom he fights. [end]
Jatayu, the holy bird, lived in Panchavati close to the hut of Rama.
The Well at Sultan Nizamuddin in Delhi was constructed in 1321 in honor of Shaikh Nizamuddin Auliya (1236-1325) a SUfi saint who arrived in India long before the Mughals and preached a religion of love and mysticism.
A magnificent early lithographic postcard of Bombay, show Marine Drive before the Art Deco buildings became a dominant feature in the 1930s.