Preservation of National Monuments: ... Report of the Curator of Ancient Monuments in India for the Year ..., Issue 3

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Government Central Branch Press, 1885 - India
 

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Page lxxiii - ORIENTAL MEMOIRS : selected and abridged from a Series of familiar Letters written during Seventeen Years Residence in India : including Observations on Parts of Africa and South America, and a Narrative of Occurrences in four India Voyages ; 4 vols.
Page lxxiii - Tree and Serpent Worship ; Or, Illustrations of Mythology and Art in India in the First and Fourth Centuries after Christ, from the Sculptures of the Buddhist Topes at Sanchi and Amravati.
Page lxxi - The Stupa of Bharhut. A Buddhist Monument. Ornamented with numerous Sculptures illustrative of Buddhist Legend and History in the Third Century BC By ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM, CSI, CIE, Major-General, Royal Engineers (Bengal Retired) ; Director-General Archaeological Survey of India.
Page lxxxviii - MYERS'S REMAINS OF LOST EMPIRES. Remains of Lost Empires : Sketches of the Ruins of Palmyra, Nineveh, Babylon, and Persepolis, with some Notes on India and the Cashmerian Himalayas.
Page lxxxvi - The History of Japan : giving an account of the ancient and present state and government of that Empire ; of its...
Page lxx - THE BHILSA TOPES ; or, Buddhist Monuments of Central India : comprising a brief Historical Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Decline of Buddhism ; with an Account of the Opening aud Examination of the various Groups of Topes around Bhilsa.
Page lxxviii - The wonders of Elora ; or the narrative of a journey to the temples and dwellings, excavated out of a mountain of granite, at Elora, in the East Indies; with some general observations on the people and country.
Page lxxvi - History of Hindostan; its Arts, and its Sciences, as connected •with the History of the other great Empires of Asia, during the most ancient Periods of the World. With numerous illustrative Engravings.
Page lxviii - Brahmins. Illustrated in a series of original drawings from nature, demonstrating their attitudes and different signs and figures performed by them during the ceremonies of their morning devotions, and likewise their Poojas.
Page lxx - Museum under the authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council. From Photographs, Plans, and Drawings taken by Order of the Government of India.

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