"Tomb of Ibrahim Padshah, Bejapore," from vol. 3 of 'The Indian Empire' by Robert Montgomery Martin, c.1860

Source: http://www.archive.org/details/indianempirehist03martuoft
(downloaded Jan. 2009)

*"Ibrahim Roza, Bijapur," a photo from the 1860's* (BL)

*Colonnade of the Ibrahim Rauza, Bijapur, a photo by Edmund David Lyon, c.1868* (BL) [*Lyon 1868*]

"Tomb of King Ibrahim at Beejapore, India," from the Illustrated London News, 1871

Source: ebay, Sepr. 2004

*General view from the north of the tomb and mosque of the Ibrahim Rauza, Bijapur, by Henry Cousens, 1880's* (BL);
also: *Close view of south minaret and portion of screen of the Mosque * [*Cousens 1880's 2*];
also: *View from the north-east of the Mosque* [*Cousens 1880's 3*];
also: *Close view of the wall of the Tomb, showing details of carved work* [*Cousens 1880's 4*];
also: *Close view of top portion of perforated window on north side of the Tomb* [*Cousens 1880's 5*];
also: *Close view of west door of the Tomb, with surrounding decorative work* [*Cousens 1880's 6*];
also: *General view from the north-east of the Tomb and Mosque* [*Cousens 1880's 7*];
also: *General view from the south-east of the Gol Gumbaz or Tomb of Sultan Muhammad* [*Cousens 1880's 8*]

*Front view of the tomb at the Ibrahim Rauza, Bijapur, a photo by Henry Hardy Cole, 1880's* (BL)

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