"Hungarung Pass in the Himalayas" (nowadays called Shipki La, where the Sutlej River enters India from Tibet), from the Illustrated London News, 1856

Source: ebay, June 2007

The glacial origins of the Ganges; from 'L'Univers illustre', 1866

Source: ebay, Nov. 2008

"Rakiot Glacier, Nanga Parbat" in northern Pakistan; a photogravure by Martin Hurlimann, 1935

Source: ebay, Nov. 2008

The Punjab is made so fertile by mountains and their rivers; a physical map from "Companion Atlas to the Gazeteer of The World" by G.H. Swanston (A. Fullarton, Edinburgh, 1859)

Source: ebay, Nov. 2007

A vivid look at why we owe the two great rivers, the Indus and the Ganges, to the Himalayas

Source: ebay, Aug. 2005

The source of the Ganges, at Gangotri, has long been a place of pilgrimage; a steel engraving from 'Meyer's Universum', c.1850 (with modern hand coloring)

Source: ebay, Sept. 2005

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