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Dokka Seetamma photo from Adnhrapatrika

Dokka Seetamma photo from Adnhrapatrika

Dokka Seetamma photo from Adnhrapatrika 1911 issue

M. Buchikamakavi 1911 - A black and white photo of a man sitting on a chair

M. Buchikamakavi 1911 - A black and white photo of a man sitting on a ...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Pusapati Ananda Gajapati Raju portrait in Andhra Patrika

Pusapati Ananda Gajapati Raju portrait in Andhra Patrika

Pusapati Ananda Gajapati Raju portrait in Andhra Patrika 1911 issue

Swami Dayananda Saraswati 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Swami Dayananda Saraswati 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Puranamkonda Mallayya Sastri 1911

Puranamkonda Mallayya Sastri 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vedula Kamasastry 1911 - Black and White Portrait Photograph

Vedula Kamasastry 1911 - Black and White Portrait Photograph

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagarudu1911

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagarudu1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kuchi Narasimham Pantulu 1911 (page 278 crop)

Kuchi Narasimham Pantulu 1911 (page 278 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Queen Victoria Mary's portrait cropped from Andhrapatrika 1911

Queen Victoria Mary's portrait cropped from Andhrapatrika 1911

Queen Victoria Mary's portrait cropped from Andhrapatrika 1911 Public domain photograph - female portrait, the 1900s, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Reverend Claw doragaru 1911 - Public domain portrait photograph

Reverend Claw doragaru 1911 - Public domain portrait photograph

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vikrama deva varma - A black and white photo of a man in a turban

Vikrama deva varma - A black and white photo of a man in a turban

w:Vikram Deo Verma, a Pandit, Telugu writer, Zamindar of Jayapur

C. Y. Chintamani 1911 (page 277 crop)

C. Y. Chintamani 1911 (page 277 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Dasu Sriramulu Pantulu in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 258 crop)

Dasu Sriramulu Pantulu in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (pa...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar's portrait in Andhrapatrika

Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar's portrait in Andhrapatrika

Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar's portrait in Andhrapatrika 1911 issue

Barrister K. Narasimham Garu M.A. 1911

Barrister K. Narasimham Garu M.A. 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Sri Rajah Ananda Gajapati Maharaju garu1911

Sri Rajah Ananda Gajapati Maharaju garu1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Dharmavaram Krishnamacharyulu 1911 (page 279 crop)

Dharmavaram Krishnamacharyulu 1911 (page 279 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kolachalam Srinivasa Rao 1911 (page 279 crop)

Kolachalam Srinivasa Rao 1911 (page 279 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Pandita Sivanath Sastri Garu 1911

Pandita Sivanath Sastri Garu 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa1911

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Paravastu Srinivas Bhattanathacharya Ayyangar 1911

Paravastu Srinivas Bhattanathacharya Ayyangar 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Smt. Dr. Beyer M.D. 1911

Smt. Dr. Beyer M.D. 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Akondi Vyasamurthi Sastry 1911

Akondi Vyasamurthi Sastry 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Hindu Desha Sevak Sangh, Pune as published in 1911 annual issue of Andhra Patrika

Hindu Desha Sevak Sangh, Pune as published in 1911 annual issue of And...

Hindu Desha Sevak Sangh, Pune as published in 1911 annual issue of Andhra Patrika

Desaraju Krishnayya Pantulu 1911 (page 237 crop)

Desaraju Krishnayya Pantulu 1911 (page 237 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Raja Padmanabha Narayana Deo 1911 (page 240 crop)

Raja Padmanabha Narayana Deo 1911 (page 240 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kopparapu Sodara Kavulu in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 259 crop)

Kopparapu Sodara Kavulu in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (p...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Marepalli Ramachandra Sastry 1911 (page 279 crop)

Marepalli Ramachandra Sastry 1911 (page 279 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

P. Karshaspu I.C.S. 1911 (page 277 crop)

P. Karshaspu I.C.S. 1911 (page 277 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Maharshi Debendranath Tagore 1911

Maharshi Debendranath Tagore 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

C. Ramalinga Reddy 1911 (page 277 crop)

C. Ramalinga Reddy 1911 (page 277 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Malladi Venkataratnam 1911 (page 238 crop)

Malladi Venkataratnam 1911 (page 238 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vavilikolanu Subbarao works advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 312 crop)

Vavilikolanu Subbarao works advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsarad...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

William Venkata Ramayya 1911 (page 240 crop)

William Venkata Ramayya 1911 (page 240 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Gummaluri Lakshmi Narasimha Sharma 1911

Gummaluri Lakshmi Narasimha Sharma 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kanakapalli Bhaskara Rao 1911

Kanakapalli Bhaskara Rao 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Amrutanjan advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 318 crop)

Amrutanjan advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Mangu Srinivas Rao Pantulu 1911 (page 238 crop)

Mangu Srinivas Rao Pantulu 1911 (page 238 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Raja Mantripragada Bhujanga Rao Bahadur 1911 (page 239 crop)

Raja Mantripragada Bhujanga Rao Bahadur 1911 (page 239 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Justice Sir G. N. Chandavarkar garu1911

Justice Sir G. N. Chandavarkar garu1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Sitarama Ghanapathi 1911

Sitarama Ghanapathi 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Sri Aga Khan garu1911 - A black and white photo of a man with a mustache

Sri Aga Khan garu1911 - A black and white photo of a man with a mustac...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Duggirala SuryaprakasaraoGaru 1911

Duggirala SuryaprakasaraoGaru 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Pusapati Vijaya Rama Gajapati Raju portrait from Andhrapatrika

Pusapati Vijaya Rama Gajapati Raju portrait from Andhrapatrika

Pusapati Vijaya Rama Gajapati Raju portrait from Andhrapatrika. Vijayaramaraju was the king of Vizianagaram from 1897-1922.

Sir Eyre Crowe portrait from Andhrapatrika

Sir Eyre Crowe portrait from Andhrapatrika

Sir Eyre Crowe portrait from Andhrapatrika

Smt. M. E. Archbald 1911

Smt. M. E. Archbald 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Smt. Pitt and her mother 1911 - Victorian era public domain image

Smt. Pitt and her mother 1911 - Victorian era public domain image

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Basavaraju Gavarraju in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 258 crop)

Basavaraju Gavarraju in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

P. T. Srinivasa Ayyangar 1911 (page 238 crop)

P. T. Srinivasa Ayyangar 1911 (page 238 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Pyda Ramakrishnaiah in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 257 crop)

Pyda Ramakrishnaiah in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page ...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Sonthi Ramamurthy 1911 (page 277 crop)

Sonthi Ramamurthy 1911 (page 277 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vignana Chandrika Granthamala advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 315 crop)

Vignana Chandrika Granthamala advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsar...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Lord Hardinge's portrait from Andhra Patrika

Lord Hardinge's portrait from Andhra Patrika

Lord Hardinge's portrait from Andhra Patrika

Desaraju Seetaramarao Pantulu 1911 (page 237 crop)

Desaraju Seetaramarao Pantulu 1911 (page 237 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Venkata Parvatiswara Kavulu in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 259 crop)

Venkata Parvatiswara Kavulu in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 191...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

K. R. Cama Garu 1911 - Public domain portrait print

K. R. Cama Garu 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vemuri Saradamba - A black and white photo of a woman

Vemuri Saradamba - A black and white photo of a woman

Vemuri Saradamba, Telugu poet and Veena player

Nadakuduti Veeraraju - A black and white photo of a man with a mustache
Bacchu Ramesam in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 257 crop)

Bacchu Ramesam in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 257 c...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Jayanthi Ramayya Pantulu 1911 (page 237 crop)

Jayanthi Ramayya Pantulu 1911 (page 237 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kopalli Venkata Ramanarao in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 258 crop)

Kopalli Venkata Ramanarao in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 ...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Sri Sasipada Banerji Garu 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Sri Sasipada Banerji Garu 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Subbamma, Srirangamma, Rukminamma 1911

Subbamma, Srirangamma, Rukminamma 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vivekananda Swamy 1911 - A black and white photo of a man in a turban

Vivekananda Swamy 1911 - A black and white photo of a man in a turban

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Burra Seshagiri Rao 1911 (page 278 crop)

Burra Seshagiri Rao 1911 (page 278 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Palepu Gopalam 1911 (page 279 crop)

Palepu Gopalam 1911 (page 279 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vignana Chandrika Granthamala advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 316 crop)

Vignana Chandrika Granthamala advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsar...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 159 crop)

Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 159 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Annie Besant 1911 - An old photo of a woman sitting in a chair

Annie Besant 1911 - An old photo of a woman sitting in a chair

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Justice Ashutosh Mukherjee C.S.I.1911

Justice Ashutosh Mukherjee C.S.I.1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kochcherlakota Bangaramma

Kochcherlakota Bangaramma

Kochcherlakota Bangaramma Public domain print related to the history of fashion, costume, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Munnangi Ramayya Pantulu 1911

Munnangi Ramayya Pantulu 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Advertisements in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 313 crop)

Advertisements in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 313 c...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Amrutanjan (balm) advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 311 crop)

Amrutanjan (balm) advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Pusarla China Tammaiah Sreshti in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 257 crop)

Pusarla China Tammaiah Sreshti in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika ...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Raja Vatsavai Timmagajapati and Vatsavai Rayagajapati 1911 (page 240 crop)

Raja Vatsavai Timmagajapati and Vatsavai Rayagajapati 1911 (page 240 c...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

V. Gopalayya 1911 (page 237 crop)

V. Gopalayya 1911 (page 237 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Badruddin Tyabji1911 - A black and white photo of a man with a beard

Badruddin Tyabji1911 - A black and white photo of a man with a beard

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Count Tolstoy1911 - A black and white photo of a man with a long beard

Count Tolstoy1911 - A black and white photo of a man with a long beard

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Mahadev Govind Ranade garu1911 - Public domain portrait photograph

Mahadev Govind Ranade garu1911 - Public domain portrait photograph

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Attili Suryanarayana 1911 (page 278 crop)

Attili Suryanarayana 1911 (page 278 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Gidugu Ramamoorty Pantulu 1911 (page 278 crop)

Gidugu Ramamoorty Pantulu 1911 (page 278 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kandukuri Balasuryaprasada Rao Bahadur 1911 (page 239 crop)

Kandukuri Balasuryaprasada Rao Bahadur 1911 (page 239 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kesavardhini advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 317 crop)

Kesavardhini advertisement in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Perla Ramamurthy 1911 (page 239 crop)

Perla Ramamurthy 1911 (page 239 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Dinshaw G. Edulji Wacha garu1911

Dinshaw G. Edulji Wacha garu1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Mahamahopadyaya Tata Subbaraya Sastry 1911

Mahamahopadyaya Tata Subbaraya Sastry 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Maharani of Cooch Behar 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Maharani of Cooch Behar 1911 - Public domain portrait print

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Most Honourable Ameer Ali garu1911

Most Honourable Ameer Ali garu1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vidyagowri Ramnbhai Mahipatram Nilkanth and Sharadagowri Bholonath Sarabhai

Vidyagowri Ramnbhai Mahipatram Nilkanth and Sharadagowri Bholonath Sar...

Vidyagowri Ramnbhai Mahipatram Nilkanth and Sharadagowri Bholonath Sarabhai. Both were degree holding women from 1910s.

D. Lauzarus 1911 (page 238 crop)

D. Lauzarus 1911 (page 238 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kanthamaneni Venkata Rangaiah and Hanumora Ramaswamy in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 260 crop)

Kanthamaneni Venkata Rangaiah and Hanumora Ramaswamy in Andhrapatrika ...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Kovvuru Basavi Reddy and Mulukutla Acchuta Ramaiah in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 260 crop)

Kovvuru Basavi Reddy and Mulukutla Acchuta Ramaiah in Andhrapatrika sa...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Raja Narayana Deo Bahadur 1911 (page 240 crop)

Raja Narayana Deo Bahadur 1911 (page 240 crop)

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

V. R. Krishna Sastry and O. V. Rama Sastry in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 259 crop)

V. R. Krishna Sastry and O. V. Rama Sastry in Andhrapatrika samvatsara...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Vavilla Ramaswamy Sastry in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (page 258 crop)

Vavilla Ramaswamy Sastry in Andhrapatrika samvatsaradi sanchika 1911 (...

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Brahmananda Keshub Chandra Sen 1911

Brahmananda Keshub Chandra Sen 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Dodepalli Venkata Ramanacharyulu 1911

Dodepalli Venkata Ramanacharyulu 1911

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Lady Lolly 1911 - Black and White Portrait Photograph

Lady Lolly 1911 - Black and White Portrait Photograph

Andhra Patrika was the weekly newspaper of the nationalist movement in the Telugu speaking region founded by Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in 1908. It later transformed into a daily newspaper before it closed down... More

Mir Osman Ali's portrait in Andhrapatrika

Mir Osman Ali's portrait in Andhrapatrika

Mir Osman Ali's portrait in Andhrapatrika 1911 issue

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