BOMBAY TO MUMBAI (2)

DOOR OF THE EAST WITH ITS FACE TO THE WEST

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CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ VASTU SANGRAHALAYA 
(THE PRINCE OF WALES MUSEUM OF WESTERN INDIA)

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img_2258The Mausoleum of Bawa Rahan, near Baroche: By Major Robert Pouget.

 

img_2264The Upper Caves, Salsette: By William Daniell, published in The Oriental Annual, or Scenes of India, Comprising Twenty-two Engravings from Original Drawings from  William Daniell, and a Descriptive Account by Hobart Caunter, London, 1834- 38, Vol. 3, pl. 21.

 

img_2266On the Island of Elephanta: By William Daniell, published in The Oriental Annual, or Scenes of India, Comprising Twenty-two Engravings from Original Drawings from  William Daniell, and a Descriptive Account by Hobart Caunter, London, 1834- 38, Vol. 3, pl. 14.

 

img_2272View in the Bore Ghaut: By Robert Melville Grindlay, published in Grindlay’s Scenery, Costumes and Architecture, Chiefly on the Western side of India, London, 1826-30, Vol.1, pl.9.

 

img_2276Scene in the Garden at Vezelpoor, near Baroche:  By James Forbes, published in Forbes’ Oriental Memoirs: Selected and Abridged from a Series of Familiar Letters Written during Seventeen Years’ Residence in India, London, 1813, Vol. 2, fig.13.

 

img_2280View of the Water Temple in the Gardens of the DilGusha, or ‘Expansion of the Heart’, at Cambay: By James Forbes, published in Forbes’ Oriental Memoirs: Selected and Abridged from a Series of Familiar Letters Written during Seventeen Years’ Residence in India, London, 1813, Vol. 3, pl. 10.

 

img_2284Temple of ‘ MahaDeo in Bombay’: By Maria Graham, published  from her Journal of a Residence in India, London,1812, pl.2.

 

img_2288Interior of Carli Cave in the Western Ghats: By Henry Salt, published in Voyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, in the years 1802-06, by George Annesley, Viscount Valentia, London,1809, Vol.2, fig. 25.

 

img_2290Front View of the Cave of Kenneri: By Henry Salt, published in Voyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, in the years 1802-06, by George Annesley, Viscount Valentia, London,1809, Vol.2, fig.27.

 

img_2292View of Panwell: By Henry Salt, published in Voyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, in the years 1802-06, by George Annesley, Viscount Valentia, London,1809, Vol.2, fig.24.

 

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