This card, with the handwritten title "Mr. Mahamad Ali and Mr. Shaukat Ali, Homerule leaders" was sent by B. Bhorey in Baroda to "Mrs. A.G.
Another small masterpiece of postcard design by M.V. Dhurandhar - the canopied tree, the rope diagonal and man supporting himself with it while drawing the eye down to the title.
This card was postmarked Oct.
Muslims assembling for flight to Kabul during the Khilafat Movement.
This rare image, probably taken in the summer of 1920, was taken during the height of the Khilafat Movement against British rule.
Ali Musjid was a mosque on a hill overlooking the Khyber Pass that was the scene of major battles for British control of the region during the 2nd Afghan War (1878-1880); Landikotal Fort was where British troops guarding the border with Afghanistan
The wester Raj province of Sindh was part of Bombay Presidency until 1936, a sleepy backwater until an irrigation project along the lower Indus in 1932 started the transformation of Karachi into one of the world's largest cities.
This hotel was opened on December 16, 1903.
The Taj Mahal Palace in South Mumbai was built on the edge of the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea, and is the city's most famous hotel.
One of several buildings built by the British, the G.P.O. still dominates one end of the Mall near Anarkali.
[Original caption] General Post Office, Lahore. Lahore is the capital of the Punjab Province of India.
For many of the artists in Bombay towards the end of the 19th century, fishermen and women were among the more striking inhabitants of the growing metropolis, visible on the long shorelines, sketched and painted frequently.
A more unusual side view of the Taj at the turn of the century, around the time when the frontal view most of us are used to today was becoming the iconic image of India.