Sunday, August 14, 2005

Mangal Pandey - Remembering the Cause

See Article here


CONTEMPORARY BARRACKPORE

1840 -1870



British India: Barrackpore by Charles Stewart Hardinge, 1822-1894



Entrance to Barrackpore by Charles D'Oyly, 1781-1845



Pavilion on the banks of the Hooghly at Barrackpore by Fiebig, 1851



Barrackpore Bridge by Fiebig, 1851



Government House, Barrackpore, south front by Samuel Bourne, 1860s



Government House, Barrackpore, from the south by Samuel Bourne, 1860s



Government House, Barrackpore by Fiebig, 1851



Officer's bungalow, Barrackpore by Fiebig, 1851






Pictures Courtesy: British Library, Oriental & India Office Collections

3 Comments:

At 12:32 AM, Anonymous sumit said...

nice to see some pictures linking with the past. good way to make the article interesting.

 
At 9:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

British Library really has a treasure of old paintings, newspapers etc. It helps people understand the times better.

 
At 3:57 AM, Blogger FIXED BAYONET METAL SOLDIERS said...

excellent blog but remember the mutiny was soley a small revolt in Bengal.

 

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