15th August 1947, First News Paper of INDEPENDENT INDIA
DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE 1905 TO 1999
Stalin, Lenin and Trotsky
An Awesome paint of Leonardo da vinci
The front page of the April 16, 1912 evening edition of the Boston Globe, detailing the Titanic Disaster is shown
Star Cinema ( now at Pakistan ) 1943
Incomplete Howrah bridge 1935
Bridge under construction... 1942...
Calcutta bus stand near Howrah bridge, most likely on the Howrah station side of the Hooghly River 1944
view of the hoogly river at 1880
Last time Netaji was arrested by British police
A rare one of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and his wife Eimilie Shenkl
Gandhi ji with his wife Kasturba Gandhi
Maharani of Jaipur Gayatri Devi - 1940's
The last train , Dhaka to Calcutta!!! Taken in 1947
British India and Afghanistan border - 1934
Gandhi-ji with Netaji 1932
Jawaharlal Nehru, Bhulabhai Desai, and Rajendra Prasad (Center) at the AICC Session, April 1939
Chatim talay gurudeber janmodin
Sharat Chandra with Surendranath
deho rakhchen thakur ramkrishna paramahansa deb
rare picture of the family of maa sarada devi
July 1983 Indira Gandhi felicitates Kapil Dev, captain of Indian cricket team
Satyajit Roy only 22 years old , picture taken at 1943
Asha, Mukesh , Lata , Kishore & Manna
rare picture of Kishore kumar & Bhupen Hazarika
awesome picture of RK, dilip sahab and Dev anand
Amit ji with his mom Teji bachan....
Jaya with her son & daughter
Final Journey to Heaven.....Bhupen Hazarika
C. V. Raman - The Great Indian Physicist
Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, FRS (7 November 1888 â€“ 21 November 1970)
was an Indian physicist. He was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for
Physics in 1930 for the discovery that when light traverses a
transparent material, some of the light that is deflected changes in
wavelength. This phenomenon is now called Raman scattering and is the
result of the Raman effect
The original picture of Jhansi Rani Laxmi Bai. This picture has been taken by German photographer Hoffman 160 years ago
This was how the Taj Mahal was protected from bomber jets in 1942 during world war.
It was covered with huge scaffold, to make it look like a stockpile of bamboo and misguide bombers.
covering is still incomplete in this photo. The whole of Taj Mahal was
covered but this picture shows only the main dome covered. The govt.
didnâ€™t allow any photographers later to shoot the final scaffold cover.
During the India-Pakistan war in 1971, it was protected by covering
it with a green cloth and making it almost invisible i.e. camouflaged
within the greenery around it.
Even in 2001, after the Sep 11
attack, Archaeological Survey of India took up the precautionary
measure to cover it with cloth and it took them more than 20 days to do