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Title Oriental Scenery Part 1: Containing Twenty-Four Views of the Architecture, Antiques and Landscape Scenery of Hindoostan
Author(s) Daniell, Thomas; Daniell, William
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1812-1815
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown
Library British Library
Reference X448.OIOC
Region South Asia
Names Thomas Daniell, William Daniell, Sajaham, Emperor Shah Jehan (Plates I, XXIII), Emperor Akbar (plates III, VI, VIII, IX), Emperor Jehangire (plates XII), Sultaun Chusero (plates XVII, XXII)
Places India, Hindoostan, Delhi (plates I, III, IX, XIII, XVIII), Calcutta (plates I, IV, X, XV, XVI), Bindrabund (plate II), Gaur (plate IV), Secundra (plates IX), Patna (plates X, XII), Moneah (plates XII), Bernares (plates XIV, XVI, XXI), Bahar (plates X, XV, XX), Agra (plates IX, XVIII), Agouree (plate XIX), Ramnugur (plate XIV), Currah (plate XXI), Allahabad (plates VI, XVII, XXII), Cossi (plate XVI), Chunar Gur (plate XIX), Acbarpore (plate XX)
Topics architecture, natural history, landscape, antiques, ancient inhabitants, religion, burial customs, tombs, Mohammedanism, Christianity, Jumma Musjed (plates I, XXIII), Temples, Rotas, Agouree, Currah (plates II, XI, XIX, XXI)), Ruins at Gour (plate IV), Fort of Allahabad (plate VI, VIII), burial customs, Mausoleums (plates IX, XII, XVII, XXII), City of Patna (plates X), gate leading to Taj Mahall (plate XVIII)
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