An 1870’s vintage photograph of Taj Mahal- the famous Love Symbol in the world.
An 1866-CE clicked serenetic photograph of Batta Waterfall (located down to Mussoorie Church) of Mussoorie. This vintage belongs to ‘Strachey Collection of Indian Views' by British photographer Samuel Bourne.
An old photograph of Chandni Chowk Street, photographed from the side of Jumma Masjid (Jama Masjid) in Year 1860.
An archaic of a vendor selling various daily need products at his shop in old streets of Chandni Chowk- Delhi, 1862-CE.
An 1870-CE photograph of the University of Bombay (the now University of Mumbai since 1996) located at the Fort area in South of Mumbai-Maharashtra.
An early 19th Century photograph of a Tram running in hustle-bustle street of Old Chandni Chowk. Do glance the Urdu Banner hanging near the left of Trams ceiling, which literally reads "Bijli Ka Haspatal"/"Electricity Hospital".
The above photograph of 2nd Delhi Durbar [Court of Delhi] was held in Year 1903 to celebrate the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra as Emperor and Empress of India. It was a mass assembly held at the Coronation Park of Delhi.
A vintage photograph from Lucknow with Rumi Darwaza focalized in the centre and the First Courtyard of the Bara Imambara Complex on the left – clicked in Year 1860.
A side view of the Bara Imambara of Lucknow, taken in Year 1870.
A sparse photograph of the 1860's Jama Masjid- Delhi.
An 1865-CE view of Jama Masjid, clicked from the present Meena Bazar location.
An 1880-CE archaic of Moti Masjid/Pearl Mosque located at Red Fort-Chandni Chowk-Delhi.
A 1947-CE vintage photograph clicked on the eve of Independence Day, when the Indian National Flag used to be hosted atop the Ghanta Ghar/Clock Tower located at the main Chandni Chowk Street of Delhi.
An 1880-CE vintage photograph of the Kohala Bridge- a Jhelum River located bridge, which also stands as one of the land routes adjoining Azad Kashmir to the rest of Pakistan.
An 1860-CE vintage photograph of the Kashmir Gate located at Kashmiri Gate (spelled as Kashmere Gate under British Raj) in Delhi. It was built in Year 1835 by Military Engineer Robert Smith, and as the gate was facing towards Kashmir, so it was named as Kashmiri Gate.
Another vintage of Delhi located Kashmere Gate - Year 1895.
This vintage photograph of the Lord Shiva’s dedicated Shankaracharya Temple was taken in Year 1880. Located atop the Takht-E-Suleiman hill of Srinagar-Kashmir, this temple is also known as Jyesteshwara Temple & Pas-Pahar Temple.
A Dentist Clinic in olden times. Date and Time are not confirmed about the same.
An 1875-CE clicked photograph of the Qutab Complex remnants.
An 1870-CE raw photograph of Delhi’s Qutab Minar Complex.
An 1906-CE archaic showcasing two men tuning dholaks (Hand Drum, also Naal or Dholki) and three young girls from a street vending Nautanki Group, dancing on the streets of Old Delhi (India) to earn their livelihood.
A vintage photograph of Delhi located Purana Qila/Old Fort taken in late 18th Century.
A Year 1869 clicked photograph of Ganges Riverbank surrounding Ram Ghat of Varanasi (Benares that time).
A 19th Century Indian vintage of Jammu & Kashmir's Anantnag district located Martand Sun Temple. It was built somewhere in 7th or 8th CE by the Kshatriya king Lalitaditya of the Surya (Solar) Dynasty, to honor God Bhaskar- the Sun God. It stands as a marvelous fusion of Buddhist and Hindu Architecture but was wrecked by Sikandar Butshikan- the Second Sultanate of the Gabari Tajik Dynasty of Kashmir.
A 19th Century archaic from Delhi, when tram used to run on old streets of Chandni Chowk.
A mid 18th Century vintage photograph of the Old Court House Street of Calcutta (now Kolkata).
An 1880-CE classic photograph of the Jammu & Kashmir's Manasbal Lake located at Jhelum Valley in the North of Srinagar.
The Custom House Port of Calcutta (Kolkata), Year 1865.
A rare Picture of Khoodsia Baug (Qudsia Bagh) Musjeed of Delhi taken in Year 1858.
An 1860-CE vintage photograph of Delhi located Humayun's Mausoleum (Tomb).
Taken in Year 1858, it’s an archaic of Hindoo Rao's House, where the present Hindu Rao Hospital stands. It was named after the Maratha Chief Shri Hindu Rao Ghatake, who purchased this property in Year 1835 from Sir William, and after his death it was converted to a 16 bedded small nursing home in 1911. Later undertaken by the Delhi State Govt. in 1951 it was then converted to the present general hospital. Located near Hans Raj College and Baraf Khana of Old Subzi Mandi area, this ASI protected building also houses another building called Peer Grah Sahib and a Baoli (Water Body).
Taken from the Anglican Cathedral Grounds- A vintage photograph of the Lahore High Court clicked in 1900-CE.
An 1860-CE classic archaic of Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah of Delhi.
A century old photograph of the Hawa Mahal of Jaipur from Year 1905.
The famous H.M.S. Shannon- a Royal Navy - 38 Gun - Leda Class Frigate, at the coast of Calcutta (Kolkata)- Mid 19th Century, somwhere in 1858 – 1861 CE.
An archaic of Amritsar's (Punjab) Golden Temple, taken in 1880-CE.
An 1863 Year clicked vintage photograph of Hussainnabad Darwaza/Gateway of Lucknow. This Photograph was taken by Samuel Bourne- a renowned photographer from Britain.
An 1870-1880-CE vintage photograph showing Ghanta Ghar/Clock Tower & a Tram running at the main Chandni Chowk Street [where the present Town Hall (opposite to Nai Sarak) rests].
A vintage photograph of the Old Chandni Chowk Street of Delhi, taken in Year 1858.
A Year-1907 vintage photograph of Old Chandni Chowk Street clicked near Jama Masjid.
An archaic of Chandni Chowk's Main Street, from Year 1865.
A picture of Old Chandni Chowk Street, (the present Chawari Bazar Street) taken from Jumma Masjid (Jama Masjid) in Year 1870.
An 1860-CE vintage photograph showing an angular view of Alai Darwaza- the only composed entrance of the four grand gateways planned for the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque at the Qutb Minar Complex.
A vintage photograph of the Old Howrah Bridge of Calcutta (Kolkata) taken in Year 1912.