*General view of the Maqbaras (royal tombs) of the Junagadh Nawabs, Junagadh; a photo by D. H. Sykes, c.1869* (BL)

An engraving by G. Durand, 1872

Source: ebay, Mar. 2014

"The Nawab Maharaja of Junagadh, India," a photo by B. S. Pocher & Son, Bombay, 1886

Source: ebay, Oct. 2009

*Mukbara intended for Vazier Bahauddinbhai C.I.E. (built by himself) [Junagadh]; a photo probably by Solankee Studio, c.1900* (BL)

*The Mahabat Mukbara (containing the tombs of their late Highnesses Mahabatkhanji and Bahadurkhanji) [Junagadh]; a photo by Solankee Studio, c.1900* (BL)

*The Jumma Masjid [Junagadh]; a photo by Solankee Studio, c.1900* (BL) [*Solanki, c.1900*]

*"Group of musicians in Junagadh, c.1935" a gelatin silver print from a collection published by H. M. Ahmad*

Source: ebay, Dec. 2010

The "Mahabat Maqbara" or tomb of Baha ud-Din, one of the chief ministers of Junagarh (1891-96)

Source: http://ganapati.club.fr/voyage/gujarat/photos/p2981719a.html
(downloaded Dec. 2004)

The tomb of Baha ud-Din, in a head-on view

Source: http://www.indiamike.com/photopost/showphoto.php/photo/10742
(downloaded Apr. 2006)

On a monsoony day

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/caywinoo/260515530/
(downloaded Feb. 2007)

*At sunset*

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/79759229@N00/316741572/
(downloaded Feb. 2007)

*Looking up at one of those minars*

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/abhishek_parmar/239408796/
(downloaded Feb. 2007)

*Meanwhile, next door, life goes on*

Source: http://www.indiamike.com/photopost/showphoto.php/photo/17323
(downloaded Dec. 2007)

The tomb of the 6th-8th Nawabs of Junagarh, in Gujarat, constructed in 1878

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/85243445@N00/340950821/
(downloaded Feb. 2007)

From a different angle

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/85243445@N00/340950876/
(downloaded Feb. 2007)

*A close look at the main doorway*

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/85243445@N00/340950861/
(downloaded Feb. 2007)

The tomb of the first navab of Junagarh, r.1748-58

Source: http://www.flat3.co.uk/india/pages/990097.htm
(downloaded Dec. 2004)

The Jama Masjid, Junagarh, Gujarat

Source: http://ganapati.club.fr/voyage/gujarat/photos/p2981721a.html
(downloaded Dec. 2004)

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