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Views of Darjeeling: With typical native portraits and groups.
Snowy range from Tiger Hill
Views of Darjeeling
Views of Darjeeling: With typical native portraits and groups by J. Burlington Smith. Published by Hood & Co., c.1910.
A Tibetan Lama with Prayer Wheel.
Tibetan Mask Dancers at Ghoom Monastry
A Nepali Cultivator
Cooly Girls (Nepali) picking tea.
A Nepali Cooli
Bhutia Beggar. Woman and Child.
Gurkha Farmer with baskets and goat in Nepal
A Tibetan Vegetable Seller
Single Loop Darjeeling H . Railway. All train passing over single loop above Tindharia.
Double Loop Darjeeling H . Railway at Chunabhati.
The grand panoramic view of Darjeeling bursts into view soon as the Batasia loop is passed below Ghum.
After the rains. Kanchanjungha Range as soon from The Mail Road. This view was taken after a heavy shower of rain
Fading Grandeur. Kanchanjungha Range at sunset, as seen from North Point (Singamari). The mountain ranges in the background are all in Sikkim.
Lebong from the Mall. This view of Lebong Race Course and Cantonment Buildings, and its Church, is taken from The Mall Road, Chowrasta.
Telephoto view of Mt. Kanchanjungha (alt. 28,156) as seen from Darjeeling
River Teesta. View from Kalijhora Bungalow. Teesta Valley is 21 miles from Darjeeling by short cut, and 65 miles via Siliguri.
Plain`s from Kurseong. This view is taken from Railway station, with three rivers – The Balasun, Mahanadi and Teesta – wich look like silver ribbons. A tea garden is seen in the foreground.
Sunshine and Shadow. Kanchanjungha range as seen from the Burch Hill Park, in the afternoon light.
Prayer Flags. These prayer flags surround the shrine of Mahakal, on Observatory Hill, and is worshipped by both Hindus and Buddists. A panoramic view of the entire snowy range could be seen from the place.