India And Its Native Princes

Paper Type: Book Print | Size: 260 x 178mm
Black and white; 231 illustrations and 3 maps; 638 pages; Hardback
ISBN-10: 8192091201 | ISBN-13: 978-81-920912-0-4

 795 |  27 |  16.99

Originally published by Bickers & Son in 1882, this is an exquisitely detailed travelogue, meticulously researched, written fluently and well-illustrated with photographs. It covers Central India and is replete with stories of persons, events and places.

Louis Rousselet
Louis Rousselet

Louis-Théophile Marie Rousselet (1845-1929) was a French traveller, writer, photographer and pioneer of the darkroom. His photographic work now commands high prices. Many of his drawings and photographs were made into engravings by others. He was in India from 1864 to 1868. He spent much time in central India (AlwarBarodaBhopalGwaliorUdaipur and several other cities in Rajasthan).