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Lucknow , Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow, a city known for its nawabs and kababs is profound in
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Shillong
The Air Force Museum, located in 7th mile, upper Shillong,
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Pondicherry
Exquisite bronze sculptures were produced in the Tamil country

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For Further Reading

 

Banerjea, Dhrubajyoti. 2005. European Calcutta: Images and Recollections of a Bygone Era. New Delhi: UBS Publishers.

 

Buetnerr, Elizabeth. 2006. 'Cemeteries, Public Memory and Raj Nostalgia in Postcolonial Britain and India’, History and Memory 18.1:5–43.

 

Chaudhuri, Sukanta, ed. 1995. Calcutta: The Living City, vols. 1 & 2. Delhi: Oxford University Press.

 

Das, Soumitra. 2007. A Jaywalker’s Guide to Calcutta. Mumbai: Eminence Designs Pvt. Ltd.

 

Dutta, Krishna. 2013. Calcutta: A Cultural and Literary History. New Delhi: Supernova.

Fisch, Jorg. 1985. 'A Solitary Vindicator of the Hindus: The Life and Writings of General Charles Stuart (1757-58–1828)', The Journal of the Great Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland 1:35–57.

 

Ghosh, Murari, A.K. Dutta, and B. Ray. 1972. Calcutta: A Study in Urban Growth Dynamics. Calcutta: Firma KLM.

 

Nair, P. Thankappan. 1991. British Beginnings in Bengal. Calcutta: Punthi Pushtak.

 

Neville, Pran, ed.1995.  Love Stories of the Raj. New Delhi: Penguin India.

 

———. 2010.  Sahibs’ India: Vignettes from the Raj. New Delhi: Penguin India.

 

Roy, Samaren. 2005. Calcutta: Society and Change 16901990. New York: iUniverse.

 

Warpole, Ken. 2003. Last Landscapes: The Architecture of the Cemetery in the West.  London: Reaktion Books.