Delhi (inhabited place)
Found in 516 Collections and/or Records:
52 x 52 mm. A man with a dog.
51 x 52 mm. A man standing on a porch with two dogs.
78 x 48 mm. A man carrying two panniers of vegetables, probably in Delhi.
160 x 208 mm. (p. 289).
The caption printed on the reverse reads: 'Marble Throne and Bungallow [sic] in Diwan-i-Am, Fort Delhi, where sit the Mughal Emperors in open Court'.
Half-plate (landscape format).
530 x 193 mm. View of troops drawn up on the Badli-ki-serai parade ground. Some 50,000 troops were present.
115 x 80 mm.
283 x 222 mm. Duplicate of Y3022D/4 and Y3022I/93.
92 x 101 mm. A man and a dog next to a car.
View looking through the archway towards the famous Iron Pillar at the Kutb Minar: see Y3022L/10-11.
Showing the interior of the archway seen in Y3022P/19.
View showing the doorway and the carved sandstone walls of the mausoleum, with part of the sarcophagus visible in the foreground.
View of the Kutb Minar and the central arch
View of the Alai Darwaza, the S entrance to the precinct of the Great Mosque (built by Ala-ud-din in 1310) and to the Qutb Minar, part of which is visible in the background.
View of the Kutb Minar (see Y3022L/10) with the Alai Darwaza (see Y3022P/19) in the foreground.
Showing the entrance to the tomb of Mirza Jahangir.
Miscellaneous monochrome postcards of India. The majority of the photographers and publishers are unknown.