India (57 Subjects)
Dervish from India.
Man from India.
Coins of the Great Mughals of India.
Coins of a King and two Maharajas, tributaries to the Great Mughals of India.
Fakirs of India.
Fakir of India.
The sailors of Tershelling abandon their ship.
The castaways of Tershelling approach the coast of Bengal on a raft.
The castaways of Tershelling spend the night outside, on an island in the gulf of Bengal. One of them is delirious due to exhaustion.
Adventures of Tershelling castaways.
Castaways of Tershelling kill snakes in order to eat them.
Starving, the castaways of Tershelling roast the carcass of a dead buffalo.
Castaways of Tershelling construct a dinghy.
Castaways of Tershelling argue over the skin and meat of the dead buffalo.
Map of the coastline from the Cape of Good Hope to the gulf of Kutch in India.
The Malayalam alphabet, Brahmic script of India.
Encoded script in the Malayalam alphabet, Brahmic script of India.
Map of Europe, the Arabian peninsula and Asia, showing the author's itinerary.
Map showing the campaign of Alexander the Great, according to Quintus Curtius, Arrian and other historians.
View of Surat, India.
View of Bharuch, India.
View of Ahmedabad, India.
View of Dabhol, India.
View of Vijapur, India.
Ornament made of leather and silver, normally worn by Indian tribe chieves.
1. Diamond belonging to the Mongol king of India. 2. Diamond belonging to the Duke of Tuscany. 3. Rough diamond of 242 carats. The author states that this was the bigger diamond he ever saw at the hands of the merchants of India. 4. Rough diamond bought by the author at Ahmedabad, India. 5. Finished diamond. 6. Rough diamond bought by the author in India. 7,8. Rough and finished diamond, of a total weight of 104 carats. The diamonds were bought by an affluent Danish merchant in the presence of the author.
Types of rough and finished gemstones: diamonds and rubies.
1. Ruby bought by the uncle of the King of the Mongols in India for 90.000 rupees. The ruby was presented to the king on its birthday. 3,4. Rubies belonging to the king of Visapur, India. 5. Ruby belonging to affluent merchant from Varanasi, India. 6. Topaz belonging to the Mongol king of India.
1. Pearl belonging to the king of Persia. According to the author the pearl was bought from an Arab merchant of Katifa in 1633 for 32.000 toman. 2. Pearl belonging to the Mongol king of India. 3. Pearl sold by the author to the governor of Bengal, uncle of the Mongol king of India. 4. Pearls belonging to the Mongol king of India.