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Title Travel Journals of Edith Baring-Gould Vol VI
Author(s) Baring-Gould, Edith
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1898-1900
Document Type Manuscript, Diary
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference CMS F1-8 (Acc21 Vol VI)
Notes India 1898-1900.
Region South Asia
Names Edith Baring-Gould, Chief Priest of the Golden Temple, Amritsar
Places India, Bombay, Jeypore, Amritsar (ff31, 99), Peshawar (f60), Khyber Pass (f61), Afghanistan (f67), Hindu Kush (f68), Lahore (f87)
Topics travel writing, tourism, journal, transport, trains (ff9, 10, 26, 29), natural history, rats, monkeys, cats, elephants (ff16, 90), camels (f72), Hindu, Hinduism, caste system, Parsees (f2), Church Missionary Society (f26), health and disease (f76), plague, native dress (ff6, 64), craft industries, jewellery (ff15, 25, 58), Muslims, Islam, Mohammedanism (ff18, 50), Hindus, Hinduism, Hindu temples (ff21, 37, 44). Palaces (f21), Christmas and New Year celebrations (ff37, 82, 85), Golden Temple (f39), Sikhs, Sikhism (ff40, 44), medical mission (f50), Peshawar medical missions, colonial conflict, colonial war (ff64, 69), lion the border of the empire, multi-faith gathering (f89), Church of England Zenana Missionary Society (f86)
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