A Quick Look at the 80s and 90s of India | BhaviniOnline.com
A friend of mine sent me sent this old time pics to me on Whatsapp. Just watching the photos took me on a nostalgic journey back to my childhood. I guess the new generation will never see some of this things but they were a substantial part of our life’s in the 80s and 90s. Read more →
Photos of famous buildings being built transformed into COLOUR images
Some 130 old images have been rendered in colour for a new book called The Paper Time Machine. They show landmarks like London's Tower Bridge and the Eiffel Tower being built.
Rani Lakshmibai -- led rebellion against the British.
(19 November 1828 – 17 June 1858)Warrior queen Rani Lakshmibai whom the aforementioned regiment was named after, was the famously rebellious queen of North Indian princely state Jhansi. She led her own troop and fought the British in the mid 1800s. She was martyred and is considered a national heroine.A student of archery, horsemanship, and self-defence, the badassery was strong with this once since the start.
Road Cricket in Calcutta (Kolkata) December 1970
Historical Rare Vintage Old Photographs and Videos of Indian Sub-Continent. (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan)
Calcutta in 1940
Some Old Nostalgic photographs of Calcutta - sorry Kolkata from 1940 Those were the good old days when we could cross the roads as and when we wanted. At that time people were educated so thay could read the STOP sign on the traffic police's body and stopped. Now even after showing the hand / light/whistle, they do not stop. Matt Bentick Street A scene from Chowringhee Tram Depot at Chowringhee A scene from Esplanade A scene at Dalhousie Square British Troops at Ferry Ghat Flower Vendors…
Girls wearing jewellery, from the Bengal collection at the International Exhibition of (1872)
Studio portrait of two young women at Lucknow taken by an unknown photographer in c. 1872, from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections. Many examples of jewellery from India were exhibited at the London Universal Exhibition of 1872 and this photograph may have been one of those shown to demonstrate the way it was worn. The girls in the photograph are seated on rugs and posed to show front and rear views. They may be dancers, as shown by the anklets of small bells they are wearing.