India (57 Subjects)
The deer from whose glands musk is extracted.
Gymnosophists near temples in India. 6: The author and a Dutch officer explore the lodgings of an itinerant fakir.
Weapon used by the Muslim fakirs of India.
Dutch ship in which the author sailed from India to China. On the right, the emblem of the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie).
Coins of the Great Mongols of India.
Coins of one king and two majarajas, all tributaries of the emperor of the Great Mongols of India.
1,2. Coins minted by English merchants and colonists of Fort Saint George at Madras (today Chennai), India. 3-8. Coins minted by Dutch merchants and colonists of Pulicat (today Pazhaverkadu), India.
1-4. Coins of the kingdom of Assam (today in India). 5-6. Coins of the kingdom od Arakan (today in Burma). 7-10 Coins of the kingdom of Pegu (today Bago in Burma). 11 -12. Coins of the kingdom of Assam (today in India).
Coins bearing the symbols of astrological signs. They were commissioned by emperor Shah Mugal Jahan in honour of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, and minted in the twenty-four hours that he permitted her to reign in his place.
Coins minted by Portuguese merchants and colonists of Goah, India.
The numbers used by speakers of all the languages of India alike, for financial and other transactions.
1-2: Golden coins of the Sultanate of Golkonda, India. 3-4: Coins of the kingdom of Visapur, India. 5,6. Coins of the Maharajah of Karnataka, India. 7-8. Coins of the Maharajah of Vellore, India. 9-12. Coins of the Maharajahs of Karnataka and Vellore. 13-17. Coins of the region of Coromandel at the eastern coast of India.
The mausoleum of Muslim saint Shah Alam in Ahmedabad, India.
Preparation of palm wine, known as tari in Hindi and as tadi to British colonists, out of coconuts.
Celebration at the streets of Visapur, India, for the wedding of the daughter of the local governor.
Local costumes of Agra, India.
Woman bandit on the route from Agra to Delhi.
Carriage typically used by affluent merchants of India.
Death of an Indian fakir on the shores of Ganges river.
Acrobats performing on the street at the city of Amer, India.
A woman is thrown into her husband's funeral pyre, India.
Characters of the Malayalam alphabet.
View of the mausoleums of Qutb Shahi dynasty at Golkonda, India.
The author praying before Saint Thomas at his alleged visit to the saint's shrine in Chennai, India.
Inhabitants of Lack province or island, in the Arabian Sea.