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Loving Couple (Mithuna)

Auspicious Emblem with Five Revelers

Tree Spirit Deity (Yakshi)

Head of a Demonic Male Deity

Standing Lion

Architectural Frieze with Merman Playing Musical Instruments

Bodhisattva and Attendants

Head of a Buddha or a Jain Tirthankara

Standing Indra

Exercise weight with scene of Krishna killing the horse-demon Keshi

Crowned Bodhisattva

Seated Ascetic, Deified King, Agni (The God of Fire)

Lion Standing on a Pillar Capital

Seated Buddha

Standing Buddha Offering Protection

Head of a Buddha

Krishna Killing the Horse Demon Keshi

Head of a Male Figure

Standing Four-Armed Vishnu

Molded Plaque Depicting a Mandala of the Eight Bodhisattvas

Tara

Four-Armed Durga Seated on Her Lion Vehicle

Dancing Celestial Deity (Devata)

Pierced Window Screen

Bhima Slays Jarasandha: Page from a Bhagavata Purana Manuscript

Krishna Battles the Armies of the Demon Naraka: Page from a Bhagavata Purana Manuscript

Lady in Elizabethan Costume

Coin

Coin

Coin

Coin with Sign of Leo

Coin with Sign of Libra

Coat

Fragment

Black Stork in a Landscape

A Common Indian Nightjar (Caprimulgus asiaticus)

The Bara Imambara Complex at Lucknow

Interior of the Taj Mahal Mausoleum

Mandenmakershut in Naini Tal, Uttar Pradesh, Noord-India

Perfume Container

Uttar Pradesh from "[Pictorial tour round India; with remarks on India past and present, alleged and true causes of Indian poverty, supposed or real, twelve means available for promoting the wealth of the country, etc.]"

Benares. The Maharajah's of Nagbur Ghat

Benares. Rajah Potia Temple

Benares. Bisharnat

Benares. Aurungzebs Mosque

Benares. Burning Ghat

Benares. Palace of Maharaja of Indore

Agra (vicinity), India. American soldiers sightseeing near the Taj Mahal come upon a Hindu burial service and watch the remains being prepared for the funeral pyre. Standing in the background left to right are: Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr. and Corporal Louis J. Ryba

Agra (vicinity), India. Adventurous soldiers climb 250 feet up the repair scaffold to the top of the Taj Mahal dome, where they place their initials. Left: Corporal Anthony J. Scopelliti, and Private First Class John C. Byron, Jr.

Agra (vicinity), India. Adventurous soldiers climb 250 feet up the repair scaffold to the top of the Taj Mahal dome, where they place their initials. Left: Corporal Anthony J. Scopelliti, and Private First Class John C. Byron, Jr

Agra (vicinity), India. The curiosity is mutual as American Sergeants Robert L. Snyder and LeRoy R. Bergin and the natives look each other over during a day of sightseeing at the Taj Mahal

Agra (vicinity), India. Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr., of Waco, Texas, trying to catch a goldfish in the marble-lined pool at the approach to the Taj Mahal. Observing are Corporal Anthony J. Scopelliti and Private First Class Ray Cherry

Agra (vicinity), India. Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr. and Corporal Louis J. Ryba examine the remains of an Indian funeral ceremony and learn about the ritual of the funeral pyre from two natives

Agra (vicinity), India. Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr. and Corporal Louis J. Ryba examine the remains of an Indian funeral ceremony and learn about the ritual of the funeral pyre from two natives

Agra (vicinity), India. American soldiers sightseeing near the Taj Mahal come upon a Hindu burial service and watch the remains being prepared for the funeral pyre. Standing in the background left to right are: Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr. and Corporal Louis J. Ryba

Agra (vicinity), India. The curiosity is mutual as American Sergeants Robert L. Snyder and LeRoy R. Bergin and the natives look each other over during a day of sightseeing at the Taj Mahal

Uttar Pradesh. 7-69.

Huqqa Base

Standing Nagaraja (Serpent King)

Goddess with Weapons in Her Hair

Auspicious Emblem with Four Dancing Figures

Standing Balarama or Nagaraja (Serpent King)

Toy in the Form of a Mythical Aquatic Creature (Makara)

Figures Riding an Elephant