View of Bombay Green Print

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Destination: Mumbai, India

Bombay Green: Soldiers (some of whom appear mysteriously lilliputian—Matryoshka dolls anyone?) practice their drills as Punjabis saunter by with upturned daggers and loin-clothed servants carry a reclining lord in a tasseled litter.


By the middle of the 19th century, the area known as Bombay Green had become what sources call “a dump of debris and coconut shells.” In 1869, a police commissioner called Forjett proposed that the city convert the sp... Read More

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18.5" W, 14" H

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