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Mysore: View of the distant fort with the temple of Siva as Cudanathesvara on the left, and a choultry on the right where the Daniell’s entourage rests.
Chandannagar: View of the harbour on the Hooghly River. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Nepal: Kathmandu. Basantapur Darbar Kshetra. Six views of the temples and palaces of the Royal Court.
Diamond’s Harbour (Hajipur): View of the inlet on the Hooghly river, now in the southern part of the city. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Nepaul: Plains of Nepaul from Mount Tongloo. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas.
Mount Everest (Deoduingha – Holy Mountain): View at sunrise. After the first Western women to see Everest.
Pondicherry: View of the coastline from the Bay of Bengal. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Masulipatam (Bandar): Panorama of the city and port in c1695. The East India Co was established here in 1611.
Kathmandu: Kal Bhairav shrine in Hanuman Dhoka (Durbar square).
Fort St. George on the Coromandel Coast. View of coast and first British fortress in India, built by the East India Company in 1644.
Mount Everest: From the Rongbuk Valley. 1921 British Reconnaissance Expedition.
Hooghly River: View of the Dina Marlinga temple on the banks of the river near Chandannagar. After Theodore-Auguste Fisquet, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Hooghly River: View of a temple complex from the river. After Theodore-Auguste Fisquet, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-
Nursyng: View from the Singaleelah range. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas.
Patan. Corner of Duirbar Square. After Percy Brown.
Flag of India as part of the British Empire.
Madhya Pradesh (Bundelcund}: View of a Hill fort and shrine.
Chandni Chauk (Silver Street): The Great Durbar (Royal Court) at Dehli.
Tiger Hunting: Driving a Tiger out of the Jungle. After the on the spot sketch by Capt Thomas Williamson.
Hooghly River: The corvette La Bonite in a gale. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Jhoola (Swing): The popular diversion of swinging.
Agori: The temples of Kali and a great Banyan tree on the river Son.
Agra: From the Jamara Baug.
Fort William: View of the Old Fort and Maidan on the eastern banks of the Hooghly river.
Baramahal: View in the pass near Krishnagiri during the Third Anglo-Mysore War of 1792.
The Rumi Dermazah and the New Palace at Lucknow.
Velha Goa (Old Goa). Panorama of the port on the Mahadayi (Mandovi) River built by Adilshah dynasty of the Sultanate of Bijapur and captured by the Portugese.
Barog: Ascending the Choor Chandni peak.
Kalbadevi Road, Bombay: Street view looking towards the templ. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Lucknow: Panoramic view over the Gomti towards the Qaisar Bagh Palace complex built by the last Nawab of Awadh, Wajid Ali Shah.
Lucknow: Palace of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah from the river Gomti.
Batecalo Fort: Built by the Portuguese in the lagoon of Batecalo, and seized 10 years later by the Dutch.
Lucknow: From the river Gomti with the palace of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula on the left and palace of Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula.
Goa Velha: Panoramic view from the Arabian sea of the capital of Portuguese India.
Benares: View from Katasar on the Ganges riverbank from Manikarnika Ghat to Aurangzab Mosque. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Calcutta: Contemporary panorama of the river port showing British forts.
HH Prince Ranjitsinhji in the robes of the Jam of Nawanagar. Champion Cricketer.
Bangalore: East view of the city with the Labagh Botanical Gardens during the Third Mysore War (1792).
Hindu Zodiac:: The outer ring consists of the twelve signs of the zodiac. with constellations of different names but comparable to those of Western traditions (Pisces, Aries, Scorpio, etc.). The inner ring of the zodiac represents the Sun, the five naked-eye planets, and the Moon and its ascending and descending nodes. Each of the celestial bodies is associated with a Hindu deity. 1. The Sun (Shiva). 2. The Moon (Uma). 3. Mars (Skanda, the son of Shiva). 4. Mercury (Vishnu). 5. Jupiter (Brahman). 6. Venus (Indra). 7. Saturn (Yama). 8. Dragon’s head (ascending node). 9. Dragon’s tail (descending node). The celestial bodies orbit around Mt. Meru, the mythological five-peaked mountain at the centre of the physical and spiritual universe in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist cosmology.
Mount Everest: North Face from Chang La. 1922 British Expedition