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Title Oriental Scenery Part 3: 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 1813
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, Emperor Ackbar (plate II), Emperor Jehangire (plate IV), Amir Khusero (plate VI), Sultaun Khusero (plate VIII), Sultaun Perveiz (plate VIII), Hafez Ramut (plate X), Sultaun Tippo (plates XI, XII)
Places India, Hindoostan, Currah (plates I, XXI), Benares (plates I, V, VII, IX), Rotas Gur (plates II), Allahabad (plates IV, VIII), Calcutta (plates IV, V, XXIV), Cannouge (plates VII), Juanpore (plate IX), Delhi (plates X, XIX, XXIV), Pillibeat (plates X), Bahar (plates XV), Gyah (plates XV), Oude, Lucknow (plates XVI, XVII), Mutura (plate XXII), Chunar Gur (plate XXIII)
Topics architecture, natural history, landscape, buildings, antiques, ancient inhabitants, religion, burial customs, religion, Mohammedanism, Christianity, Forts, Currah, Jag Deo and Warrangur, Ryacotta, Verapadroog, Ousoor (plates I, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XXI), Ruins, in Rotas Gur (plate II), Cannouge (plate VII), Ranee, Amir Khusero, Kausim Solemanee, Nawaub Asoph Khan, Mausoleums (plates IV, VI, VIII, XIX, XXIII, XXIV), religion, Mosque (plates IX, X), Palace of newab Sujah Dowla (plate XVI), A Baolee (plates XVIII, XX)
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