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The Dhal Lake looking from Nasim Bagh where the big chenar trees are, 1899 - 1901

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3022V/16

Scope and Contents

210 x 150 mm. The Political Agent's camp. Three houseboats each with cookhouse doonga. A picturesque island in the distance and on the other side of the lake is Nishab Bagh and Shalimar Bagh, the latter built by Emperor Shah Jehan, who built the Taj at Agra, who lived here during the summer months with his favourite Nurmahal, introduced to me by Moore in his 'Light of the Harem'.


  • 1899 - 1901

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Finding aid date

2011-01-19 14:23:54+00:00

Includes index.

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