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Fugitive Sepoys Taking Reguge in a Mountain Fastness, near Jumnootree on the Jumna

London: The London Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 1858. Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 
 
 
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View of Cawnpore from the River

Engraved by C. Mottram and Drawn by S. Prout.

Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 
 
 
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The Choor Mountains

Engraved by J. Tingle, Drawn by G.F. White and Sketched by C. Stanfield. 

Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 
 
 
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The Snowy Mountains, Northern Bengal, In which the River Jumna takes its Rise

Engraved by W. Taylor, Drawn by G.F. White and Sketched by C. Bentley.

London: The London Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 1858. Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 
 
 
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View of the River Jumna

Engraved by J.H. Kernot, Drawn by G.F. White and Sketched by T. Allom.

London: The London Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 1860. Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 

The Length of the Jumna is 680 miles on it are situated the cities of Delhi and Agra, the principal seats of the present insurrection.

 
 
 
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Fugitive Sepoys Crossing The River Tonse-A Tributary of the Jumna By a Jhoola

Engraved by H.Jorden, Drawn by W.Purser and Sketched by G.F.White.

London: Fisher Son and Jackson, 1832. Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 
 
 
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Snowy Range, From Tyne or Marma

Engraved by E.Goodall and Drawn by J.M.W.Turner.

London: Fisher Son & Co., 1845. Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 
 
 
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The Ganges Entering the Plains Near Hurdwar

London: The London Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 1860. Steel Engraving, Size: 180x270 mm.

 

The Ganges is the principal river of India traversing the centre of the presidencies of Bengal and Agra. Between Hurdwar and Allahabad the river is from I to I1/4 miles broad, below it increases to as much as 3 miles in breadth and 30 feet in depth. Its total length is 1500 miles.

 

Haridwar is an important pilgrimage city and municipality in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, India. The River Ganges, after flowing for 253 kilometres (157 miles) from its source at Gaumukh at the edge of the Gangotri Glacier, enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of North India for the first time at Haridwar, which gave the city its ancient name, Gangadwára.
Haridwar is regarded as one of the seven holiest places to Hindus. According to the Samudra manthan, Haridwar along with Ujjain, Nasik and Allahabad is one of four sites where drops of Amrit, the elixir of immortality, accidentally spilled over from the pitcher while being carried by the celestial bird Garuda. This is manifested in the Kumbha Mela being celebrated every 3 years in one of the 4 places, and thus every 12 years in Haridwar. Amidst the Kumbha Mela, millions of pilgrims, devotees, and tourists congregate in Haridwar to perform ritualistic bathing on the banks of the river Ganges to wash away their sins to attain Moksha. Brahma Kund, the spot where the Amrit fell, is located at Har ki Pauri (literally, "footsteps of the Lord") and is considered to be the most sacred ghat of Haridwar.
Haridwar is the headquarters and the largest city of the district. Today, the city is developing beyond its religious importance, with the fast developing industrial estate of State Industrial Development Corporation of Uttarakhand,and the close by township of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited in Ranipur, Uttarakhand as well as its affiliated ancillaries.

 
 
 
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