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The Imperial Durbar Album of Indian Princes, Chiefs and Zamindars, Vol I

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Subject:

Fine Arts

Subclass:

Painting

Reign:

Shah Alam II 1759–1806

Subject Year (Time):

1769

Author:

Mawjee, Purshotam Vishram

Volume:

Edition:

-

Publisher & Place:

Publisher Date:

1911

Languages:

English

ISBN 10|13:

-

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-250530

Description

THE great Imperial Durbar, which is to be held at Delhi on the l2th of December l9ll A.D., will be regarded as one of the most memorable events in the history of the British, Government in India. It is sure to surpass those that preceded it, in testifying to the success, grandeur, and beneficence of British rule in this country. For the first time in the history of British India, the King emperor is appearing in person at his Coronation Durbar. This fact has increased the importance and significance of the event, and heightened its interest in the eyes of_ the king loving ‘and loyal peoples of India, whose “intense and beautiful devotion, " as the writer in the London Times has put it, "‘ is the golden thread that brightens the whole tissue and gives hopes of union and continuity" to the Pax Britanica. The actual presence of the King-Emperor with his Royal Consort at the ancient imperial city of Delhi will, doubtless, give a distinctive character to this unique event. Such an important occasion will be celebrated in India, throughout its length and breadth, with unbounded joy and enthusiasm. It is but natural, therefore, that such a glorious event should be commemorated in a suitable manner, and the present Album is but an humble attempt in that direction.

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