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    Rare Photo ( mid 19 th Century ) of Dharamtalla Mosque , Kolkata ( constructed by Tipu Sultan 's son )

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/2010/0...a-kolkata.html

    Some time later photo ( 1890 s )

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/2010/1...a-kolkata.html


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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tipu_S...7s_Mosque3.jpg

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    Rare Photo of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose with Major Gen.Shah Nawaz Khan of INA ( Azad Hind Fauj )

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/2012/0...ose-1940s.html

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    Other Pics of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/20…/…/...ndra-bose.html

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/…/subh...part-ii…
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    Rare Photo of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose with Major Gen.Shah Nawaz Khan of INA ( Azad Hind Fauj )

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/2012/0...ose-1940s.html

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    Other Pics of Netaji Subhash Chander Bose

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/20…/…/...ndra-bose.html

    http://www.oldindianphotos.in/…/subh...part-ii…
    Thanks for sharing brother
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    Purana Qila Delhi - . Sketches/Pics - Last 200 Years

    PuranaQila / Sher Shah 's Fort - Down the Ages -Mughal- British- Present Times

    Please Scroll Down this Link :-

    http://www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/p...uranaqila.html
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    Rare pictures of the last 10 years of Gandhi's life- BBC Link

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-35259671
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    1860 Bombay-Poona Railway Bridge Construction Photo-Present Trains Crossing

    Very Rare Photo of Bombay -Poona Rail construction ( oldest Bore Ghat Viaduct - Bridge ) in Karjat - Lonavala Section . ( Around 1860 )

    For 1860 c Photo , please Click :-

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-0a6iXkueU_...1860%2527s.jpg

    Please note the construction going on the Right side of the Pic. A supply train is unloading construction material on a slide on the hill side .

    In the above photo , shuttering for arches of the bridge are being built.

    Some thing like this pic( for giving idea only on how arches of viaducts were constructed at that time )




    Very Interesting Fact

    This Viaduct is still operational.!

    Watch this Video clip on You Tube



    For More , please click :-

    http://www.rareindianshares.info/201...ay-bridge.html
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    Old Railway Bridge on Sutlej at Phillaur - Built in 1870

    The Single Line Railway Bridge on the Sutlej at Phillaur ( near Ludhiana )sandwiched between the Double Line Railway Bridge upstream and Double Road Road Bridge Down stream , is now , Abandoned .

    Pic of the Old Bridge :-

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/tVOHfSdbfXQ/maxresdefault.jpg


    It was built in the year 1870 during the construction of Railway Line in Punjab by Scinde, Punjab - Delhi Railway.

    http://www.irfca.org/…/KarachiK…/Ind...a_map.jpg.html


    Scinde, Punjab, Delhi 's Logo

    https://www.google.co.in/search…


    This 1870 Bridge changed the way Sutlej was crossed . Earlier , there w was " Ferry Crossing ) " Beydi s " at the famous Pattan at Phillaur.

    After 1870 , Ferry Crossing came to an end at Phillaur.

    The railway bridge was , also used as Road Bridge. Road traffic was closed when ever Trains passed.
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    Great effort [MENTION=6122]Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal[/MENTION] always a pleasure to see your posts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal View Post
    1860 Bombay-Poona Railway Bridge Construction Photo-Present Trains Crossing

    Very Rare Photo of Bombay -Poona Rail construction ( oldest Bore Ghat Viaduct - Bridge ) in Karjat - Lonavala Section . ( Around 1860 )

    For 1860 c Photo , please Click :-

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-0a6iXkueU_...1860%2527s.jpg

    Please note the construction going on the Right side of the Pic. A supply train is unloading construction material on a slide on the hill side .

    In the above photo , shuttering for arches of the bridge are being built.

    Some thing like this pic( for giving idea only on how arches of viaducts were constructed at that time )




    Very Interesting Fact

    This Viaduct is still operational.!

    Watch this Video clip on You Tube



    For More , please click :-

    http://www.rareindianshares.info/201...ay-bridge.html
    I can see this today without using proxy!!! Thanks for sharing brother
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    Re: Indian subcontinent heritage

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal View Post
    1860 Bombay-Poona Railway Bridge Construction Photo-Present Trains Crossing

    Very Rare Photo of Bombay -Poona Rail construction ( oldest Bore Ghat Viaduct - Bridge ) in Karjat - Lonavala Section . ( Around 1860 )

    For 1860 c Photo , please Click :-

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-0a6iXkueU_...1860%2527s.jpg

    Please note the construction going on the Right side of the Pic. A supply train is unloading construction material on a slide on the hill side .

    In the above photo , shuttering for arches of the bridge are being built.

    Some thing like this pic( for giving idea only on how arches of viaducts were constructed at that time )




    Very Interesting Fact

    This Viaduct is still operational.!

    Watch this Video clip on You Tube



    For More , please click :-

    http://www.rareindianshares.info/201...ay-bridge.html
    Over 150 years and still functioning! Great to see
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    1857 Revolt - Rare 1912 Movie ( Silent )

    Henry Lawrence , of East India Company ,neutralized in Lucknow ,by our Great Soldiers in the First War of Independence - 1857-58


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    : Shot at locations around Bermuda ranging from Tom Moore's Jungle to Flatts Village to the narrow lanes of St. George, the one-reel silent movie Relief of Lucknow was filmed on the Island in 1912 by a production team from the New York-based Thomas Edison Inc. Owned by the celebrated inventor, the first commercially exhibited motion pictures in the United States were produced by the Edison studio. Relief of Lucknow -- made to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the sepoy siege of that city during the Indian rebellion against British rule -- was one of about a dozen short films the Edison company shot in Bermuda in the winter and spring of 1912. Other pictures filmed here that year include one of the earliest versions of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic Treasure Island and a melodrama titled The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter. All of these silent movies are now believed to be lost with the exception of about ten minutes of Relief Of Lucknow -- which constitutes some of the earliest known motion picture footage ever shot in Bermuda. Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion of the Queen's Own Regiment, then stationed in Bermuda, were pressed into service for the film's battle sequences. And a miscalculation by a special effects technician working on the film resulted in the veranda of a house in Flatts being blown off during the production.
    Watch the 1912 American Movie on 1857 -Revolt ( Death of Henry Lawrence and his Hasty Burial at Night )
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    A Scene- showing Hasty Burial at Night of Henry Lawrence in Lucknow.

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    [QUOTE=Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal;353705]Henry Lawrence , of East India Company ,neutralized in Lucknow ,by our Great Soldiers in the First War of Independence - 1857-58


    http://alturl.com/ew5t2

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    : Shot at locations around Bermuda ranging from Tom Moore's Jungle to Flatts Village to the narrow lanes of St. George, the one-reel silent movie Relief of Lucknow was filmed on the Island in 1912 by a production team from the New York-based Thomas Edison Inc. Owned by the celebrated inventor, the first commercially exhibited motion pictures in the United States were produced by the Edison studio. Relief of Lucknow -- made to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the sepoy siege of that city during the Indian rebellion against British rule -- was one of about a dozen short films the Edison company shot in Bermuda in the winter and spring of 1912. Other pictures filmed here that year include one of the earliest versions of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic Treasure Island and a melodrama titled The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter. All of these silent movies are now believed to be lost with the exception of about ten minutes of Relief Of Lucknow -- which constitutes some of the earliest known motion picture footage ever shot in Bermuda. Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion of the Queen's Own Regiment, then stationed in Bermuda, were pressed into service for the film's battle sequences. And a miscalculation by a special effects technician working on the film resulted in the veranda of a house in Flatts being blown off during the production.
    Watch the 1912 American Movie on 1857 -Revolt ( Death of Henry Lawrence and his Hasty Burial at Night )
    http://alturl.com/ew5t2
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    William Hodson -another ringleader of the buccaneering East India Company was , also , neutralized in Lucknow, by the Brave Rebel soldiers

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willia..._Raikes_Hodson

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    Pre 1947 Small Banks ( of North )



    AMRIT BANK LIMITED - 3 Branches- One at Khanna
    The bank was established in the year 1935 and has a licence under Section 22 of the Banking Companies Act to carry on banking business.
    Its authorised, issued and subscribed capital is Rs. 5,00,000 and 60 per cent. of the capital has been paid.

    Thus the paid-up capital is Rs. 3,00,000. Apart from head office and branch office at Amritsar, the bank has two branches, one at Gurdaspur and the other at Khanna in the State of Punjab.
    To the Best our knowledge, Amrit Bank merged with State Bank of Patiala.

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    Other Small Banks ( Pre 1947 )

    Punjab And Kashmir Bank ,

    Didwana Industrial Bank ,

    Chawla Bank ,

    Sahukara Bank

    ..All these Banks merged with New Bank of India which merged in 1993 with Punjab National

    Bank

    .http://www.wikiwand.com/en/New_Bank_of_India

    http://www.rareindianshares.info/sea...nbi+industrial
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    [MENTION=6122]Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal[/MENTION]

    Always a pleasure dear.

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