Aurangābād (inhabited place)
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a stone approach bridge (four of its arches are visible) over a dry watercourse in which two men are standing. The head and one arm of a turbanned third man are in the foreground. The gateway is arched, surmonted by a castellated parapet, and flanked by two low domed towers with spires. The gate is open.
Photograph with a wall in the foreground, a minaret on the right in the middle distance and a hill surmounted by buildings in the distance.
Photograph of the approach road with the fort in the distance. In the foreground an Indian stands at one side of the road, looking at the camera. In the distance the minaret is visible over the trees.
Proof and typescript copies of selected articles.
Group with two seated figures : that on the right resembles Sir Kishun Pershad and that on the left is presumably Macbara Rabi-ud Dowrani, who has not been further identified.
Adjoining the Agrihorticultural School.
Half-plate (landscape format). In the foreground on the right Dr. Duraj Hassan, Director of Public Instruction in the Nizams State, and by his side Mr Sohoni, Superintendent of the School. Behind them note the mot arrangement for drawing water.
140 x 195 mm. (Oval). Raja-I-Raja-yan Maharajah Sir Kishun Pershad, G.C.I.E. [Knight Grand Commander of Indian Empire] (1864-1940) was Prime Minister of Hyderabad 1901-1912, President of the Executive Council 1926-1937.
(Standing with group of staff). Raja-I-Raja-yan Maharajah Sir Kishun Pershad, G.C.I.E. [Knight Grand Commander of Indian Empire] (1864-1940) was Prime Minister of Hyderabad 1901-1912, President of the Executive Council 1926-1937.
Quarter-plate. (Carpenter caste).
'I am following the French system here in studying the pests of vines.'
Half-plate. (Wife of Aurungzeba) seen from the entrance gateway. All the domes are marble. In foreground two students of the Agri Horticultural School attending to flowers in pots. (Fisher).
Quarter-plate (landscape format).