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A personal photo research of Pune City, through last 3 centuries.It is a collection for general knowledge of history. no commercial expectations; purely for enrichment about the knowledge of the history


<ul><li>OLD PUNE MEORIES<br>Compiled by- <br>Dr.Avinash Bhondwe<br></li><li> . - <br></li><li>SHANIWARWADA<br></li><li>Shaniwarwada- Bazar 1900<br></li><li>1900<br></li><li>Shaniwarwada- 1900<br>Bullock carts passing through<br></li><li>Shaniwarwada- The place used to be a play ground &amp; for Big Ceremonies<br></li><li>The almost ruined Palace of the Peshwas on November 25, 1960.<br></li><li>In side Shaniwarwada<br></li><li>Shaniwarwada Inside view<br></li><li>ChimnaBagh at Shaniwarwada.<br></li><li>Aerial View of Shaniwarwada with Parvati<br>1940<br></li><li>parvati<br>&amp;<br>SARASBAUG<br></li><li>A painting depicting ShrimantNanasahebPeshwa's boat ride in the "Sarasbaug" Lake<br></li><li>Parvati-1849<br></li><li>1875 <br>PRINCE WALES<br>Visits Parvati<br>on Elephants <br></li><li>Visit of Prince of Wells<br>1875<br></li><li>The Devdeveshwar<br>Mandir at Parvati<br>1876<br></li><li>This print shows a distant view of the temple on Parbaty or Parvati Hill, built by PeshwaBalajiRao in about 1758, taken by an unknown photographer in the 1860s.<br></li><li>Photograph of a distant view of the temple on Parbati Hill in Pune from the 'Lee-Warner Collection: 'Bombay Presidency. William Lee Warner C.S.' taken by an unknown photographer in the 1870s<br></li><li>Palace of the Peshwas and temple of Parvati, Poona. <br>3 January 1868.<br></li><li>Pencil drawing of Parbati Hill near Pune in Maharashtra by George Boyd dated to 1832<br></li><li>Talyatala Ganpati with Parvati view<br></li><li>A distant view of the temple Parvati Hill with the Lake <br>dated in 1860s.<br></li><li>Parvati in 1900<br></li><li>View of Parvati 1904<br></li><li>Photograph of Parvati Hill in the 1870s.<br></li><li>Parvati<br>Seen<br>From <br>Erandavane<br> Farm<br>1910<br></li><li>DEVDEVESHWAR MandirParvati-<br></li><li>Old Pune City from Parvati<br></li><li>The Devdeveshwar Temple On Parvati Hill Has Witnessed The Miracles Of Faith <br>As Well As The Vagaries Of History<br></li><li>Parvati Temple -1876<br></li><li>Parvati Temple- 1905<br></li><li>DEVDEVESHWAR MandirParvati- 1910<br></li><li>In 1870<br></li><li>An overview of Pune city, the capital of the state of Maharashtra is seen from Parvati on January 1, 1945<br></li><li>Parvati &amp; Mutha Canal<br></li><li>Parvati Temple- 1900<br></li><li>Sarasbaug<br></li><li>HISTORIC PERIODbrforepeshwas<br></li><li>SongatyanchaKhel<br></li><li>Kasba-Ganpati<br></li><li>A drawing of the Pataleshvara or Panchaleshvara cave temple- 1860<br></li><li>Pataleshwar Caves- 1803<br></li><li>Pataleshwar Caves- Next to JM Temple<br></li><li>A haggadah published for the Bene Israel community in India,( Poona, 1874). features seder illustrations that show Indian dress and customs<br>Jews in Pune<br></li><li>Navgraha Ganjifa Cards printed in Pune in1911<br>Now in Raja Kelkar Museum<br></li><li>TrishundGanpati Temple<br></li><li>TrishundGanpati<br></li><li>Remains of a 600 year old temple at Bhosari which was destroyed 3 years ago to be replaced by a modern cement temple<br></li><li>PESHAVE KAAL<br></li><li>'Scindea Pet from the Horse Artillery Lines Poona. Decr. 1831 W.M.'<br></li><li>Mastanis Grave at Pabal<br></li><li>Omkareshwarmandir is a part of Pune legacy and heritage and a must see for the tourists<br></li><li>AMRUTESHWAR Mandir<br></li><li>Mastani Talav<br></li><li>VISHRAMBAUGWADA<br>1900<br></li><li>Vishrambaugwada -1960<br></li><li>Vishrambaugwada<br></li><li>Inside Vishrambaug<br></li><li>Inside Vishrambaugwada<br></li><li>Vishrambaugwada- <br>Note 50 yrs ago there were no Hawkers<br></li><li>NAGARKHANA.RamMandir<br></li><li>Vishrambaugwada<br>Vishrambaugwada (left) has no fire extinguisher within its 5,000 sq feet wooden structure and Nanawada (right) has bad electrification system<br></li><li>Raste Wada <br></li><li>Nana Wada, which was rebuilt during the British era with typical neo-Gothic arches.Only a part of the original wada remains to this day.<br></li><li> <br><br></li><li>Belbag old<br></li><li>VitthalvadiMandir<br></li><li>SADGURU <br>Shree JangaliMaharaj<br></li><li>JangaliMaharajMandir<br></li><li>ShriJangliMaharajMandir<br></li><li>BajiRao II signing the treaty of Bassein<br></li><li>MahadajiShinde<br>A great Maratha Warrior <br>&amp; Statesman<br></li><li>ShindyanchiChhatri<br></li><li>Shivmandir<br>The Samadhi of MahadhjiShinde at ShindeChattri<br></li><li>INSIDE<br>Chatri<br>MahadjiShindesamadhi<br></li><li>MadhavraoPeshvesDarbarArtist: Thomas Daniell, commissioned by Sir Charles Malet circa 1805 <br></li><li>Raghunathrao<br>Peshwe<br>-Raghoba Dada<br></li><li>Shrimant<br>Narayanrao<br>Peshwe<br></li><li>SawaiMadhavRao, Maratha Peshwa and Nana Fadnavis with Attendants, 1792<br></li><li>SawaiMadhavRao, Maratha Peshwa and Nana Fadnavis with Attendants, 1792<br></li><li>Peshwe and his ministers at Poona. <br>Drawn from an original sketch <br>belonging to Sir Charles Malet Bart.<br></li><li>1875 India Arch PoonahMadhava Hunting Palace <br></li><li>Old Wada -1875<br>Place unknown<br></li><li>ShikarSwari<br></li><li>'Countryhouse of Holkar. Nr. Artillery lines - Poonah' <br>'Countryhouse of Holkar in ruins nr. Artillery lines - Poonah'<br></li><li>Anglo- Maratha Wars<br>NanasahebPeshve- at the time- when captured by British Army<br></li><li>Cover about a book on <br>BajiraoPeshwe II<br></li><li>Mount Stuart Elphinstone<br>Last Resident of British <br>To Peshwe<br>1810-1818 <br></li><li>PAINTING OF BAJIRAO II SIGNING TREATY OF BASSEIN WITH THE BRITISH, <br>In 1818<br>DISPLAYED AT RAJA DINKAR KELKAR MUSEUM PUNE<br></li><li>Nana Phadnavis<br>Chief Minister<br>1750-1800<br></li><li>A story was published in the Madras Gazette (and later in the Gentleman's Magazine, London, October 1794) about an Indian bullock driver with the English army named Cowasjee who had his nose and one hand amputated by Sultan Tippoo<br>during the war of 1792. The nose was reconstructed one year later by a man of the brick maker caste near Poonah. The operation was not uncommon in India and had been practised from time immemorial. A thin plate of wax is fitted to the stump of the nose so as to make a nose of good appearance. It is then flattened and laid on the forehead where a line is drawn around it. The forehead flap is cut with a razor, turned down and inserted into an incision to form the nose. The connecting slip of skin is divided about the 25th day.<br></li><li>BRITISH PERIOD<br></li><li>Poona Hunt Stakes 1877 <br>Horses Polo Pony Race Old Print<br></li><li>1st Battalion Worcestershire RegimentalFootball Team at Poona 1900's<br></li><li>British memsahib in India <br></li><li>'A Sketch in the suburbs of the City of Poona. September 1871'<br></li><li>RECEPTION AT POONA (1882)The weekly garden party at Government House, attended by colonial officials and local notables <br></li><li>MARATHA WARS 1816<br>Lieutenant Pattinson retakes a captured gun near Poona. <br></li><li>Departure from Pune - 1878<br></li><li>Poona- 1878<br></li><li>The 2 nd battalion of the East Yorkshire Regiment POONA GUARDS<br></li><li>1875 PRINCE WALES INDIA TROOPS POONAH SOLDIERS HORSES<br></li><li>- Indian Sketches Pie-Sticking Poonah Pie Sticking Sport<br></li><li>POONA Light Horse<br>POLO Player<br>C 1900<br></li><li>BOATCLUB - 1877<br></li><li>Pune View 1875<br></li><li>Salt, Henry : Poonah, plate XIII, engraved by Daniel Havell 1785-1826 ( 1809) <br></li><li>'A Street in the City of Poona [Pune]. 29th August 1871.<br></li><li>'A Sketch in the suburbs of the City of Poonah. September 1871'<br></li><li>'The JakkatMahal and Bridge <br>City of Poona [Pune]. 9th October 1871'.<br></li><li>Pen-and-ink and wash drawing of Major Augustus Grafton's house at Pune (Poona) in Maharashtra<br></li><li>'Holkar's Bridge near Kirkee<br>during a flood. 28 July 1870'<br></li><li>Bungalow of William Wordsworth, Principal of the English College, Poona. 4 January 1868<br></li><li>Landscape showing the church, Poona. 1849 or 1850<br></li><li>Pen-and-ink and wash drawing of Major Augustus Grafton's house at Pune (Poona) in Maharashtra- 1832<br></li><li>Annie Kathleen Maxwell (Kilroy) Gosnell<br>Backyard Cricket(1943, Poona) <br>photo from Jerry Gosnell<br></li><li>Mula River from the Fitzgerald Bridge(Now Bund Garden Bridge) towards the Jamsetji Bund, with the Bund Gardens on the left, photo dating in 1870<br></li><li>Construction of the Bundgarden Bridge 1851<br></li><li>The Bund in the Making- 1851<br></li><li>Jejeebhoy [Jamsetjee] Bund, 1860<br></li><li>Bund, Poona, 1898 <br></li><li>Bund Gardens from the Fitzgerald Bridge- 1869<br></li><li>In 1870<br></li><li>Bund Gardens- 1870 <br></li><li>Bund Gardens- 1870 <br></li><li>Lakes in Pune- 1857 <br></li><li>Talyatala Ganpati-1857<br></li><li>Mutha River 1857<br></li><li>Photograph of Indian Army personnel, horses and cart, <br>Poona, India, during the plague [1897]<br></li><li>Durham Light Infantry Officer, on a horse, on plague duty outside marked houses in Poona, India, 10 April 1897 <br></li><li>Plague Duty -1897<br></li><li>A disinfecting station during the plague, Poona, India, 1897 <br></li><li>Durham Light Infantry Officer, on a horse, on plague duty outside marked houses<br> in Poona, India, 10 April 1897 <br></li><li>Photograph of burial notices painted on the exterior wall of a building in Poona, India, at the time of the plague,., [1897]<br></li><li>People going to detachment camp<br> during Plague epidemic 1897<br></li><li>Photograph of members of the Soldiers Christian Association, including a woman, taken at Poona, India, 1887<br></li><li>The cycling corps of the 2nd Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, riding bicycles along a track, taken at Poona, India, February 1897<br></li><li>Huntsmen and hounds 1897, Poona, India, 1897 <br></li><li>Picnic party,, at Sangavi, near Poona, India, 1898 <br></li><li>Photograph of a picnic group, taken at the top of Sinhagad, near Poona, India, 1898 <br></li><li>Advertisement card for <br>F.B. Stewart, photo artist, Poona, India, <br> [ c.1898]<br></li><li>People assembled for a Bicycle Gymkhana, <br>outside the Council Hall, Poona, India, [ c.1897]<br></li><li>The bicycle gymkhana,<br> on the Gymkhana Ground, <br>Poona, India, <br> [ c.1897]<br></li><li>People seated at tea tables in the shade of trees near Kosherville Boathouse in Poona (Pune), India. In 1906<br></li><li>Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Earl of Halifax (1881 - 1959), British Conservative statesman and Viceroy of India (1926 - 1931) in an official group photograph taken at Government House, Poona in connection with the Vice Regal visit. Viceroy is in the centre of the front row, sitting to the left of the Governor Aug. 1926<br></li><li>July 1880: Members of the Poona and Kirkee Hounds taken with the Governor at Kirkee<br></li><li>Prince Albert Victor- in Poona - 1889<br>Governors House with Officers &amp; Family<br></li><li>Officers rest house, Poona, India, c 1930<br></li><li>Birthplace of the Popular Game<br>Badminton was in Pune in late 19 Century<br>the game had been played for centuries by children in the Far East, and were adapted by British Army officers stationed in Pune (or Poona), India in the 1860s. They added a net and the game became a competitive sport called Poona", with documented rules in 1867. <br></li><li>The Temple at Wanowrie.<br></li><li>Landscape showing the church, Poona. 1849 or 1850<br></li><li>St.Pauls<br>Church<br></li><li>The St. Mary's Church in Pune, 1930 <br></li><li>The St. Mary's Church in Pune, 1930 <br></li><li>St Mary's Church Poona <br></li><li>St Mary's Church Inset: 1950 -Father Wain<br></li><li>St Mary's Church, <br>Pune (Poona), c. 1946<br></li><li>Racecourse<br></li><li>October 1899: Racegoers crowded in to the pavilion of Pune racecourse,<br></li><li>A Horserace going on Poona Racecource - 1900<br></li><li>1930-32. Scenes from Poona races. <br></li><li>Scenes from Pune Race Course 1932<br></li><li>Poona Racecourse<br></li><li>'The Bookies Shade, Poona Race Course', India [early 20th c.] <br></li><li>Wanowrie Military Barracks, <br></li><li>Camps of Seventh Day Adventists Missionaries <br>in 1930<br></li><li>Boating in Sangam of Mula-Mutha 1880<br></li><li>Khadki Cantonment-1880<br></li><li>A smart looking fellow on a camel on Elphinstone Road.<br></li><li>Seventh Day Adventists<br></li><li>7th Battalion Barracks at Poona, India (June/July 1942) (photo courtesy of CQMS Fred Weedman and his daughter Jill Burton)<br></li><li>Officers Mess 1898<br></li><li>British Attached Section, Poona<br>Pune Camp<br></li><li>British Attached Section, Poona, entrance 1945-47<br></li><li>British Attached Section, Poona<br>Pune Camp<br></li><li>British Attached Section, Poona 1945-47<br></li><li>The Barracks (B), Kirkee 1844<br></li><li>Officers 1st Bn The Queens Royal Regiment, Poona 1877<br></li><li>British Army Officers with Locals- 1919<br></li><li>1906 Motor Car India Poona Race<br></li><li>1906 Motor Car India Poona Race<br></li><li>The National War Memorial <br></li><li>Memorial cross bearing <br>the inscription 'in memory<br> of the officers &amp; their Family<br>At Ghorpadi -1900<br></li><li>Laugharne<br>War Memorial<br>The Great War, <br>1914-1918<br></li><li>Regimental Band, Poona, India (1942)<br></li><li>Ghorpuri Barracks in Poona, India, in 1887, the 2nd Battalion <br>The Durham Light Infantry<br></li><li>Group photograph of the hockey team of the 2nd Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Poona, India, n.d. [early 20th c.] <br></li><li>Erandavana Church- Now on Karve Road -1913<br></li><li>The Poona Horse Battalion <br>Did a marvelous Job for <br>British Army <br>in the Battle of Kandahar-<br> Afghanistan - 1880<br></li><li>A B-24 Liberator of No.6 Squadrons, the 'Dragons' at Pune in the 1950s . Photo Courtesy: Late AVM NK Nair's collection<br></li><li>A view from Boat Club <br></li><li>Innoculation for Plague 1910<br></li><li>In 1910<br></li><li>Col. &amp; Mrs. Spratt 1891<br></li><li>Bombay's governor Sir Roger Lumley is introduced to newly-inducted Congress cabinet members in Pune during 1937. <br></li><li>Poona 1917 from Right Flank Lines<br></li><li>Poona 1917 -Right Flank Lines<br></li><li>Weekend Family Picnic- British Army Officers 1900<br></li><li>God Save the King- Day 1917<br></li><li>Victoria- (Horsecart) Used by Britishers in Poona- 1921<br></li><li>Collection of Food Supply<br> to British Army<br></li><li>Collection &amp; Transport of food supply to army by Bullock Train<br></li><li>This painting depicts two shops, the one on the left selling paan, the one on the right owned by a Muslim dealer in piece goods (textiles). They are probably located in the Sadr bazaar, Poona- 1850<br></li><li>Children swinging Sudder bazaar. Poona- 1850 <br></li><li>Grain Shop Poona- 1850 <br></li><li>A bangle-seller in his shop, Pune<br> in 1850 <br></li><li>The Dhangar" <br>showing a man <br>with wheelbarrow, <br>sepia-tone <br>postcard<br></li><li>Exterior of bungalow and household staff (distant) on grounds of military station during the Raj 1878<br></li><li>The Barracks at Khadki- 1890<br></li><li>October 1926: Group of members of the Indian Civil Service of the Bombay Presidency; taken at Poona during annual gathering <br></li><li>A warm send-off to 'satyagrahis', <br>led by VaidyaKhadiwale, as they proceed to Hyderabad state, in Bombay on November 11, 1938.<br></li><li>A glider prepared by Young Students <br>in Pune --1933<br></li><li>A doctor examines the ear of a trainee mechanic in the Indian Air Force at the Poona engineering college during the second world war.<br></li><li>Aryabhushan Press Poona City, Indiablindstamp, 31mm dia., ca.1933<br></li><li>PANSHETFLOODS<br></li><li>Old Lakadi Pool<br></li><li>Khadakwasala Dam Before it broke down in 1961<br></li><li>Panshet Flood- 1961<br>|<br>The Holkar Bridge is inundated by flood waters.<br></li><li>Panshet Flood- 1961<br>Gushing flood waters at Bund Garden, Poona.<br></li><li>A view of the damaged portion of the Omkareshwar temple in Shanivar Peth<br></li><li>Indian army personnel clearing the debris after the floods receded in Poona.<br></li><li>Uprooted trees and rubble are a testimony of the devastation caused by the floods near Nava Pool ( Shivaji Bridge- near PMC)<br></li><li>Worst-flood-hit areas around Lakdi bridge <br></li><li>Devastation caused by floods in Shivaji Nagar area of Pune, Maharashtra, on July 14, 1961<br></li><li>The Times of India captures in its lens people escaping the fury of floods in Pune, Maharashtra, on July 14, 1961. <br></li><li>Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visits the flood ravaged areas of Shaniwarpeth in Poona in an open jeep and inspects the relief and rehabilitation measures taken by the authorities<br></li><li>Flood <br>In<br>1900<br></li><li>MANDAI<br>RAY MARKET<br></li><li>Mandai- <br>Ray Market <br>in 1929<br></li><li>Mandai in early 70s<br></li><li>Mandai Ray Market-1920<br></li><li>Postcard photograph of City Market, Poona, India, n.d., [early 20th c<br></li><li>Mahatma PhuleMandai, Then &amp; Now<br></li><li>Reay Market- <br>A Fruit Stall<br></li><li>Reay Market- <br></li><li>OLD BUILDINGS<br></li><li>A wada from the Peshwa period that still stands testimony to the glorious past of the Maratha reign.<br></li><li>The Kanayalal building - a typical example of architecturally beautiful buildings of Pune.<br>The Kanayalal building - a typical example of architecturally beautiful buildings of Pune.<br></li><li>The office of the Royal Western India Turf Club Limited (RWITC Ltd) in Pune, Maharashtra, which is a premier racing Club in India is seen through the lens of the Times of India cameraman on January 1, 1935<br></li><li>Picture in 1932<br></li><li>Photograph of prison buildings, captioned: <br>C.M. Prison, Poona, India, n.d. [ c.1897]<br></li><li>The Mango Tree in the prison yard<br></li><li>SuccathShelomo Synagogue of Poona <br></li><li>AFMC 1969<br></li><li>CWPRS- 1928<br></li><li>Bharat ItihasSanshodhakMandal<br>Now<br>Then<br></li><li>The Council Hall Poona<br></li><li>POONA CLUB- photo in 1905 <br></li><li>CENTRAL BUILDING- 1905<br></li><li>St. Crispin's Church, built in the early 1900s<br></li><li>Poona Lodge, The Theosophical Society, F.C. road<br></li><li>KESARIWADA<br> Photo-1955<br></li><li>The St. Mary's Church in Pune, Maharashtra, which is known for its Gothic architectural style, is the oldest Protestant church in India. Bishop R...</li></ul>