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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Taken
India
Goa
Panaji
 Panaji has been capital of the small state of Goa since 1843.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Street scene from Panaji, the state capital of Goa, a former Portuguese colony.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Typical house in Panaji.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Narrow street in old Panaji.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Street scene in the city centre.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 An elegant villa.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Pretty southern European style balconies.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 The Secretariat building was once a palace.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 European style steps in the former Portuguese colony.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Hotel building.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Pastel coloured houses in the narrow streets of the old city.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Large colonial building.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Catholic shrine.
1989
India
Goa
Panaji
 Panaji is on the Mandovi estuary.
1989
India
Goa
Old Goa
 Old Goa, once the colonial capital, is now a small village dotted with Portuguese architecture.
1989
India
Goa
Old Goa
Se Cathedral
 The cathedral took a hundred years to build, from 1562 to 1653.
1989
India
Goa
Old Goa
Se Cathedral
 The main altar is dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria.
1989
India
Goa
Old Goa
Se Cathedral
 The Chapel of the Cross of Miracles.
1989
India
Goa
Old Goa
St Cajetan Church
 The classical style entrance.
1989
India
Goa
Old Goa
 St Monica's Church and Convent was built in 1627.
1989
India
Goa
Margao
 Margao is a small market town.
1989
India
Goa
Margao
 European style houses.
1989
India
Goa
Margao
 Street scene in the city centre.
1989
India
Goa
Margao
 Margao has a large Catholic population.
1989
India
Goa
Margao
 Flowers and wooden ballustrades.
1989
India
Goa
Margao
 A British Enfield motorcycle.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
 Ponda contains many Hindu temples rebuilt inland after coastal temples were destroyed by the Portuguese.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Shantadurga Temple
 The Shantadurga Temple dates from 1739.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Shantadurga Temple
 Classical style pillars.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Shantadurga Temple
 The temple tower (Deepastambha).
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Sri Nagesh Temple
 Many Ponda temples have a structure resembling a clock tower.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Sri Nagesh Temple
 The temple interior.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
 Settlement at Ponda.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Mangesh Temple
 The temple was built in 1557.
1989
India
Goa
Ponda
Mangesh Temple
 The bathing pool.
1989
India
Goa
Chapora
 Boat building.
1989
India
Goa
Chapora
 The beach at Chapora.
1989
India
Goa
Chapora
 Wall painting of US guitarist Jimi Hendrix at a beach cafe.
1989
India
Goa
Chapora
 Mural of UK music group, The Beatles at a beach cafe.
1989
India
Goa
Vasco de Gama
 Vasco de Gama is a port named after the first Portuguese navigator to reach India by sailing around Africa.
1989
India
Goa
Vasco de Gama
 Typical house in Vasco de Gama.
1989
India
Goa
Vasco de Gama
 Boat building.
1989
India
Goa
Vasco de Gama
 Houses by the river.
1989
India
Goa
Vasco de Gama
 Waterside mosque.
1989
India
Goa
Vasco de Gama
 Catholic roadside shrine.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
 Statue of Shivaji who ruled Pune from 1646 and fought against the Moghuls.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
Shanwarwada Palace
 Shanwarwada Palace was built in 1736.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
 The city bus stand.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
 Shop selling garlands.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
 Hardware shops.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
Aga Khan Palace
 The Aga Khan's Palace was built in 1892 and donated to India by the fourth Aga Khan in 1969.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
 Ceramics market at Pune.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Pune
 Shanty town in Pune.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is the economic powerhouse of India and the capital of Maharashtra state.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The Gateway of India is the symbol of Mumbai.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Mumbai is India's busiest port.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The city is India's most afluent.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Modern buildings in the commercial centre of the city.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Gandhi overlooks the modern centre of Mumbai.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The Taj Mahal Hotel is one of the best in India.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Mumbai was a collection of islands given to the Portuguese by the Sultan. They in turn gave it to Britain as part of a dowry.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The British developed Mumbai as a trading capital for the region.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 One of the many colonial buildings in the city.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Mumbai has a British feel in its architcture and double decker buses.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Victoria railway station.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The University of Mumbai.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The Arabic style post office.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The daba lunches are delivered by illiterates using an elaborate colour coded system.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 A cresecent street.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 The sea off Marine Drive.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Mumbai's busy bazaar area.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Apartment buildings.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 A tower of silence where Parsees are placed when they die.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Kamala Nehru Park.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
Tomb of Haji Ali
 The Tomb of Haji Ali, a Muslim saint who drowned here.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
Tomb of Haji Ali
 View of the city from the tomb island.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 Street scene in the city centre.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
 One of the many Anglican churches in Mumbai.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Mumbai
Gateway of India
 The Gateway of India was built by the British in 1911.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Pilgrims bathing on the Godavari River at Nasik.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Nasik is one of India's four holy cities.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Pilgrims in Nasik, where Hindus believe Rama was exiled for 14 years.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 The Godavari River is considered almost as holy as the ganges to Hindus.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 The city is always teeming with pilgrims.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Nasik is a city of temples, shines and pilgrims.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Shrine to Rama.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Hanuman, the monkey god.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Basket seller.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Hindu temple.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Selling vegetables.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Large image of Hanuman.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Nasik
 Pottery shop.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Aurangabad
 Making bricks in Aurangabad, a 17th century city named after the final Moghul emperor.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Aurangabad
Bibi Ka Muqkbara
 The gardens around the tomb.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Aurangabad
 Panchakki is a residence completed in 1624.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Simhagad
 Simhagad village is mainly in a valley.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Simhagad
 Some of the village is located on hilly terrain.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Khuldabad
 Khuldabad is a small walled village that was once an important Islamic centre.
1989
India
Maharashtra
Khuldabad
 Small walled shrine.
1989
India
Madhya Pradesh
Indore
 The main railway station.
1989

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