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Images Dated 4th June 2007

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Golden Temple, Amritsar, India, c1925 Featured 4 Jun 2007 Print

Golden Temple, Amritsar, India, c1925

Golden Temple, Amritsar, India, c1925. A view of the Golden Temple at Amritsar, the principal shrine of the Sikh religion. The temple was built between 1588 and 1601, during the time of the fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Anjan. Cigarette card produced by the Westminster Tobacco Co Ltd, Indian Empire, 1st series

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Cawnpore Well, India, c1925 Featured 4 Jun 2007 Print

Cawnpore Well, India, c1925

Cawnpore Well, India, c1925. View of a memorial to an event which took place during the period of British rule. in what is now known as Kanpur. The Memorial Church commemorates a massacre of British civilians at Bibi-Ghar (the House of the Ladies) in 1857. Their bodies were thrown down a nearby well. Cigarette card produced by the Westminster Tobacco Co Ltd, Indian Empire, 1st series

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Elephanta Caves, Bombay, India, c1925 Featured 4 Jun 2007 Print

Elephanta Caves, Bombay, India, c1925

Elephanta Caves, Bombay, India, c1925. The 8th-century Hindu temple caves near Mumbai were carved out of the rock. Cigarette card produced by the Westminster Tobacco Co Ltd, Indian Empire, 1st series

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