The Residency is where the British representative to the Maharajah of Kashmir's court lived. Srinagar lies on both banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus River.
Houseboats were apparently popular among foreigners because the Maharajah usually did not allow foreigners to construct their own residences.
Parsis in India originally came from Iran (Persia), and Parsi ladies were among the first Indian women to have had an active public life, no doubt helped by a high literacy rate in the community (there is a postcard or letter in the woman's hand).
A humorous postcard from British Indian army's Waziristan, North West Frontier Province 1919-20 campaign.
The Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi is among the oldest and holiest temples in Varanasi dedicated to Lord Shiva. D.A. Ahuja was a very successful Rangoon, Burma based photographer and publisher of postcards who covered the entire subcontinent.
[Original caption] Amritsar is an important commercial city, capital of the province of the same name in the Punjab.
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.