"The village of Kursalee stands at the height of 7,860 feet above the sea-level... on the left bank of the rocky ravine which forms the channel of the Jumna, surrounded by an amphitheater of mountains" (London Printing and Publishing Co., 1857)

Source: ebay, May 2008

"The Source of the Jumna River," a steel engraving from Meyer's Universum, 1839

Source: ebay, Feb. 2006

Another view of Jamnotri, by T. Creswick (A. R. Fullarton, c.1848)

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The Yamuna, or Jumna, descending from the mountains into the plains; a German steel engraving from 1848

Source: ebay, Oct. 2005

"Calpee, on the Jumna--from an Indian drawing," from the Illustrated London News, 1859; also *a very large scan of this engraving*

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"Span of a large iron lattice-bridge to cross the River Jumna," from the Illustrated London News, 1862

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*"Inside of Kirwee" and "Calpee," from the Illustrated London News, 1866*

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"Muttra [Mathura]," a wood engraving by Bickers & Son, London, 1878, shows a scene along the Yamuna (Jumna)

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"Navigation on the River Jumna, India -- a sportsman shooting the rapids on a 'zuruai'," from The Graphic, 1893

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