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Post INDIA-USSR

Post INDIA-USSR

Русский: Почтовая марка советско-индийского фестиваля

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi agar firdaus

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi agar firdaus

The Dewan-e-Khafs or Audience Hall for the Nobility was constructed by the Emperor Shah Juhan, by whom the Royal Palace was also built. It is situated at the upper end of a spacious Square, elevated upon a Terr... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi East face of the palace of the Red Fort Delhi

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi East face of the palace of the Red For...

The following are two views of the Palace at Dehly from the River or East Side. The first includes the whole length of line from the Shah Boorj or Royal Tower on the right to the Ussud Boorj on the left. Ussud ... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Emperor’s private quarters

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Emperor’s private quarters

The Tusbeeh Khana or Oratory is situated to the south of the Hall of Audience and immediately connected with the Female Apartments. It is now commonly used for the more private Durbars or Levees, but originally... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Marble & agate basin within the Shah Burj

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Marble & agate basin within the Shah B...

In the Royal Garden to the North of the Dewan e Khafs or Hall of Audience is a large octagon tower with marble and called the Shah Boorj or Royal Tower. It faces the River Jumna and from this tower the then hei... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Moti Masjid within the Palace

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Moti Masjid within the Palace

The Soneiree Musjid or Golden Mosque, so denominated from its gilt domes is situated within the city and nearly opposite the Palace. It was constructed in AD 1747 by the Nawab Buhadur* Khan a nobleman of the Re... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Shah Burj at the north-east corner of the Red Fort

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi Shah Burj at the north-east corner of ...

In the Royal Garden to the North of the Dewan e Khafs or Hall of Audience is a large octagon tower with marble and called the Shah Boorj or Royal Tower. It faces the River Jumna and from this tower the then hei... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Diwan-i Khass from the west

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Diwan-i Khass from the west

The Dewan-e-Khafs or Audience Hall for the Nobility was constructed by the Emperor Shah Juhan, by whom the Royal Palace was also built. It is situated at the upper end of a spacious Square, elevated upon a Terr... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Diwan-i ‘Am from the west

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Diwan-i ‘Am from the west

One of the principal objects after entering the Palace, that attracts attention, is the Dewan e Aum, or Public Hall of Audience for all descriptions of persons. It is situated at the upper end of a spacious squ... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Emperor’s throne beneath Shah Jahan’s Scales of Justice

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Emperor’s throne beneath Shah Jaha...

The Tusbeeh Khana or Oratory is situated to the south of the Hall of Audience and immediately connected with the Female Apartments. It is now commonly used for the more private Durbars or Levees, but originally... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The imperial jharoka in the Diwan-i ‘Am

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The imperial jharoka in the Diwan-i ‘A...

One of the principal objects after entering the Palace, that attracts attention, is the Dewan e Aum, or Public Hall of Audience for all descriptions of persons. It is situated at the upper end of a spacious squ... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The interior of the Diwan-i Khass

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The interior of the Diwan-i Khass

The Dewan-e-Khafs or Audience Hall for the Nobility was constructed by the Emperor Shah Juhan, by whom the Royal Palace was also built. It is situated at the upper end of a spacious Square, elevated upon a Terr... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The interior of the Diwan-i-Khas

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The interior of the Diwan-i-Khas

The interior of the Diwan-i Khass, with the qanats removed. From 'Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi’, an album consisting of 89 folios containing approximately 130 paintings of views of the Mughal and pre-Mughal... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Musamman Burj

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi The Musamman Burj

The following are two views of the Palace at Dehly from the River or East Side. The first includes the whole length of line from the Shah Boorj or Royal Tower on the right to the Ussud Boorj on the left. Ussud ... More

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi View of the Delhi palace from Metcalfe House

Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi View of the Delhi palace from Metcalfe...

View of the Delhi palace from Metcalfe House. Inscribed below: naqsha-i tripoliya va salimgarh va qil‘a-i shahjahanabad. Mazhar ‘Ali Khan. The word tripoliya seems to refer to the bridge connecting the two fort... More

Тронный зал Великих моголов Шах-Джахана и Ауранг-Зеба в форте Дели

Тронный зал Великих моголов Шах-Джахана и Ауранг-Зеба в форте Дели

Русский: Тронный зал Великих моголов Шах-Джахана и Ауранг-Зеба в форте Дели

Bahadur Shah II in darbar, 1837, San Diego Museum of Art

Bahadur Shah II in darbar, 1837, San Diego Museum of Art

Bahadur Shah II in darbar, 1837, San Diego Museum of Art