An engraving from 'Le Tour du Monde', 1861

Source: ebay, Sept. 2008

A wood engraving from 1873; *another view*

Source: ebay, July 2010

"Diwali in Benares," from 'Le Tour du Monde', 1874

Source: ebay, Nov. 2008

"Great Mosque of Aurungzebe and Adjoining Ghats," a wood engraving from the Illustrated London News, 1875 (with modern hand coloring)

Source: ebay, Aug. 2005

"Ghaut at Benares," an engraving from the Illustrated London News, 1876; also: *"Ghaut at Benares"*; also: *"Illuminations at Benares in Honour of the Prince of Wales"*

Source: ebay, July 2009

"Mosque of Aurungzeb at Benares," a wood engraving by E. Therond, c.1878

Source: ebay, Nov. 2003

"A Pagoda, Benares," a wood engraving by Hildebrand and Moynet, 1878

Source: ebay, Nov. 2003

*"The Ganges, Benares," a print from 1878*

Source: ebay, June 2007

*"The ghats, Benares," an engraving, 1879*

Source: ebay, Apr. 2012

*"Temple at Manikarnika," an engraving, 1881*

Source: ebay, Apr. 2012

*A steel engraving from "British Battles on Land and Sea," mid-1880's*

Source: ebay, Aug. 2006

From "The Earth and its Inhabitants" by Elisee Reclus (D. Appleton and Company, 1884); *a large scan, with modern hand coloring*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2006

*A chromolithograph, 1886,  by George Moerlein (1857–1891)*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2006

*A book illustration, 1887*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2006

A chromolithograph by E. T. Compton, 1892

Source: ebay, July 2001

"A fakir's funeral," based on a painting by Edwin Lord Weeks; Illustrated London News, 1892

Source: ebay, Nov. 2008

"The Last Voyage: A Souvenir of the Ganges," from a painting by Edwin Lord Weeks, 1894

Source: ebay, Aug 2001

"Single-sided Etching printed on heavy paper. Print Date: 1894. Print Title: The Last Voyage: A Souvenir of the Ganges. Etching by: Gaston Manchon. Etching after an original painting by: Edwin Lord Weeks (1849-1903). Printer and Publisher: George Barrie, Philadelphia. Image Size: Approximately 11 1/2 x 7 3/8  inches. Overall Size, including margins:  approximately  16 3/8 x 11  inches." The dying pilgrim is being hastily ferried across the river, so that he can die on the correct side.

*"Aurangzeb's mosque, Banaras," by A. H. Hallam Murray, in The High-Road of Empire, 1905*

Source: ebay, Apr. 2002

*Detail from a panoramic scroll of the city of Benares, showing the Ghats; a colored lithograph by Durga Pershad, Allahabad, 1901* (BL)

*"Palaces, Benares," an etching by Sir Lionel Lindsay (1874-1961)*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2007

Lord Shiva as "Shri Kashi Vishvanath," in an oleograph by the Ravi Varma Press, Lonavla; *a larger view*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2006

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