Allahabad's location at the junction of the Ganges and the Yamuna, in a map from c.1885

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Also in Allahabad: the *Khusrau Bagh*

*A View of the Fort of Allahabad, by William Hodges, 1787* (BL)

*The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna; by Thomas Daniell, 1795* (BL);
also: *a larger, uncolored version from John Pinkerton, "A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in All Parts of the World" (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, 1810*

*The Mughal interior of the west gate to Allahabad Fort; by Seeta Ram, 1814-15* (BL);
also: *A mosque at Allahabad* [*Sita Ram 1814b*];
also: *The west gateway to the fort at Allahabad, in English classical style with a dome* [*Sita Ram 1814c*];
also: *Thomas Fortescue's large single-storeyed bungalow at Allahabad in extensive grounds* [*Sita Ram 1814d*]

From an English history book, 1851

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"Fortress of Allahabad--Bridge of Boats across the Jumna," Illustrated London News, 1851

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A view of the fort of Allahabad, from the Illustrated London News, 1857; click on the image for a very large scan

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*"Mess-house of the officers of the 6th Bengal N.I. [Native Infantry], at Allahabad," Illustrated London News, 1857*;
*"City and fort of Allahabad--the taking of the city from the rebels," Illustrated London News, 1857*
*"The Fight at Allahabad," from 'Harper's Weekly', 1857*
*"Major Eyre driving the Oude rebels from Allahabad," from 'The History of the Indian Mutiny' by Charles Ball, London, c.1858*

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"View of Allahabad, Showing the Fort," from vol. 3 of 'The Indian Empire' by Robert Montgomery Martin, c.1860

(downloaded Jan. 2009)

*"Indigo factory, Allahabad," an engraving by E. Therond, 1878*

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"Hindoo shrine at Allahabad," from the Illustrated London News, 1881; click on either half of the image for a very large scan

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*"High Court in Allahabad"* and *"Alfred Park in Allahabad"* and *"Church in Allahabad"*, three albumen photos from c. the 1880's

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"The Allahabad fort seen from across the river," from the Illustrated London News, 1887: with very large scans of the *left half* and the *right half*

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A gelatin silver photo, c.1900

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"Allahabad: On the Walls of the Fortress at time of a Pilgrimage," a photogravure by Martin Hurlimann, 1928; also: *a mendicant monk blessing pilgrims*

Source: Dec. 2006

Sadhus at the Magh mela, 1954; a news bureau photo

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Allahabad (Prayag) is also a great pilgrimage center, the "sangam" where the Ganga, the Yamuna, and the invisible heavenly Sarasvati (shown as goddesses in this modern religious print) all come together; *another modern print, showing the three river goddesses*; *a similar view, in a very large scan*

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