Deen Dayal’s India
|May 8, 2013|
A selection of photographs by Lala Deen Dayal.
Sas Bahu temple, Gwalior Fort, 1885
Lord Curzon’s elephant procession to Sanchi Tope, 1899
Asuf Gunj, Gulbarga, 1880
Bibi ka Makbara, Aurangabad, c.1880
Grandstand at Malakpet, 1892.
Edwardes Gate, Peshawar City, c.1870
The Gate, Gwalior Fort, 1882
Aurangzeb’s Tomb, c.1890
The Tower of Victory, Chittorgarh Fort, 1885
Interior of drawing room, Bashir Bagh Palace, Hyderabad, 1892
Interior of Jain Temple, Gwalior Fort, 1875
About the Photographer:
Lala Deen Dayal (1844–1905) was an Indian photographer.
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