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Kolkata Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 106 pictures in our Kolkata collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Old Court House Street from the South. Calcutta, c1910. Creator: Johnston & Hoffmann Featured Print

Old Court House Street from the South. Calcutta, c1910. Creator: Johnston & Hoffmann

Old Court House Street from the South. Calcutta, c1910. View of the Dead Letter Office, the Telegraph Office in Calcutta, (now Kolkata), Bengal, India. The building, the central sorting office for incoming mail to the city, is Italianate in style with a 120-foot campanile tower. On the left are the premises of Cooke & Kelvey, jewellers, silversmiths and watchmakers, and a tram runs down the centre of the street. Postcard

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Sudder Street, Calcutta, c1910. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Sudder Street, Calcutta, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Sudder Street, Calcutta, c1910. View of Sudder Street in Calcutta, (now Kolkata), Bengal, India. The Sudder Court building is on the left - the street takes its name from a sadar, (court of appeal). The building next to it is the Wesleyan Methodist Church, (later the C.N.I. Wesleyan Church). Opposite is the Indian Museum.Postcard

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Wazir Ali in Prison, c1799 (c1912) Featured Print

Wazir Ali in Prison, c1799 (c1912)

Wazir Ali in Prison, c1799 (c1912). Wazir Ali Khan (1780-1817), assembled a rebellious army of several thousand men. A quickly assembled force commanded by General Erskine moved into Benares and restored order by 21 January. Ali fled to Butwal, Rajputana and was granted asylum by the Raja of Jaipur. On request of Arthur Wellesley, Earl of Mornington, the raja turned Ali over to the British on the condition that he neither be hanged nor be put in fetters. Ali surrendered to the British authorities in December 1799, and was placed in confinement at Fort William, Calcutta. From The Romance of India, edited by Herbert Strang [Hodder & Stoughton, London, c1912]

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