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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Simla was founded by the British in 1822 as their summer capital.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Simla is a hill station and the state capital.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Simla is like a piece of England in India.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Simla is dominated by its Anglican church.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Tudor style house.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 The Bund is the main street. During British rule Indians were banned from here.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Theatre in the Bund.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 The town is on several levels.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 The town hall.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 The Anglican church.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Typical hill station house.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 Street scene.
1983
India
Himachal Pradesh
Simla
 View over the town.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu
 The city of Jammu.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Kashmir
 Hindu Jammu ascends to Muslim Kashmir.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 The capital of Kashmir is Srinagar, set around Dal Lake.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Dal Lake is at the centre of Srinagar.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Denied land by the Maharaja of Kashmir, the British built houseboats.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Many houseboats have been converted to guest houses.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Dal Lake close to the city.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Lillies in Dal Lake.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Srinagar is set on the beautiful Dal Lake.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Shikharas (water taxis) and houseboats on the lake.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Local transport on Dal Lake.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 The shikara taxi fleet.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Dal Lake
 Guest house.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 The old city.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 Street scene.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 Srinagar is set on the Jhelum River and surrounded by mountains.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 Wooden bridge.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 The old city of Srinagar is full of wooden buildings.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Shah Hamdan Mosque
 The Shah Hamdan Mosque is made of wood.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Shah Hamdan Mosque
 The entrance.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 The boulevard by the lake.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 Hindu pilgrimage site.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 The Jami Masjid.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Nishat Bagh
 Nishat Bagh is a Moghul garden.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Nishat Bagh
 Under the fourth Moghul Emperor, Jehangir, gardens reached their peak as an art form.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Nishat Bagh
 The gardens are set by mountains.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
Nishat Bagh
 The gardens are a popular place for visitors.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar
 View of houseboats in Srinagar.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Sonamarg
 Sonamarg is a typical Kashmiri village.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Sonamarg
 Roadside shops.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Ladakh
 Ladakhi village.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Ladakh
Lamayuru
 The village of Lamayuru is set in a fertile valley overlooked by barren rocks.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Ladakh
Lamayuru
 Lamayuru and its monastery.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Ladakh
Khalsi
 The Ladakhi village of Khalsi.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Ladakh
Khalsi
 View of the village set in an oasis.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 Leh is dominated by its 16th century palace. It is the capital of the Tibetan style region of Ladakh.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 Leh is in a fertile side valley of the Indus and was once a major stop on the Silk Road.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
Leh Palace
 Leh Palace is in a ruined state.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
Leh Palace
 Colourful mural.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
Leh Palace
 Ladakh is a strongly Buddhist region.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
Leh Palace
 Leh is famous for its carved wooden balconies.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
Leh Palace
 Decorated and painted wooden columns.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
Leh Palace
 View of the valley from the hilltop palace.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 The snow covered Zanskar Mountains in the distance.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 The fertile valley floor.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 Stone houses.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 The Zanskar Mountains from Leh.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 The main street of Leh. The town is at 3500m.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 Shops in the main street.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 Buddhist stupas dot the valley.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Leh
 Farmhouse with stupa.
1983
India
Jammu and Kashmir
Ladakh
Indus Valley
 Choglamsar is a Tibetan refugee camp.
1983
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 View of Dalhousie Square.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Dalhousie Square is the centre of Calcutta.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The High Court.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
Victoria Memorial
 The British built Victoria Memorial is a marble museum.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The General Post Office is on the site of the Black Hole of Cacutta.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Raj Bhavan is the government house.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 A taxi and film posters in Chawringee, Calcutta's main street.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Children playing at a housing estate.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 A stage coach on the streets of Culcatta.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
Eden Garden
 Eden Garden is a quiet respite from the busy city.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
Eden Garden
 Deer at Eden Garden.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
Eden Garden
 Burmese pagoda brought to Eden Garden in 1856.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Posters being sold.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 A full tram.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The busy and lively streets of the city.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Maidan is the city's largest park.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
Sitambara Temple
 The Sitambara Temple is a very ornate Jain temple.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Hooghly River at Calcutta is part of the Ganges Delta.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The busy Hooghly River.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Boats on the Hooghly River.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Howrah Bridge crosses the river in one 450m span. It was built in 1943.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Howrah railway station is the largest in India.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Howrah Bridge and the station.
1989
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Articulated double decker bus.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Darjeeling is a hill station at 2100m.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 The spectacular setting of Darjeeling in the foothills of the Himalaya.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Darjeeling is overlooked by snow-capped mountains.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Precarious buildings.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Wooden houses.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Nepalese multi storey house.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Quiet street scene.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Elegant buildings on the hillside.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 British colonial buildings in Darjeeling, a hill station.
1989
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 One of the many Tibetan monasteries used by refugees living in Darjeeling.
1988
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Tourists walking along the main street.
1988

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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