Glory of Yesteryears; Grandparents.
(COPYRIGHTED IMAGE - DO NOT USE WITHOUT PERMISSION) Newly weds, circa early 1940's. Lucknow, United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, India. In this picture, my grandfather is wearing a Sherwani, a North-Indian style turban and a Chooridar Paijama. My grandmother is wearing a Farshi Paijama.
vintageindianclothing: “ Rajasthan princes, 1920s. Possibly grooms since both wear sehras. Rather different from the curtain kind of flower sehra you normally see, also looks a little uncomfortable....
View of Maula Ali Hill
Photograph of a view of Maula Ali Hill near Hyderabad. This print was by an unknown photographer in the 1870s and is part of the Temple Collection. Maula Ali Hill is situated 6.5 km (4 miles) west of Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The Shrine of Maula Ali is located here, together with a mosque and other ancient ruins including an old fortress and a large prehistoric cemetery.
Albert Abid. was a Jew and a valet of Mir Mehboob Ali Khan, the sixth Nizam of Hyderabad. In course of time, he became quite rich and so he set up a shop where the present Palace Talkies and Bank of Baroda are located. He called it ‘Abid and Company’. It was the first shop – and for a long time – the only one in that area-the place was known as Abid Shop. Gradually more shops came to be built around it and in time the area from Chirag Ali Lane to the trijunction came to be known as Abid…
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