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Pathanpura Gate of Chándá.

Pathanpura Gate of Chándá.

Photographer: Ritter, Molkenteller and Company, R.

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1870

Shelfmark: Photo 125/3(69)

Item number: 125369

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of the Pathanpura Gate of Chándá.This photograph was taken by Ritter, Molkenteller and Company in the 1870s and is part of the collection of Sir Richard Carnac Temple. A caption accompanying the photograph reads, ''There are four gateways and five wickets in the walls of Chanda. The Pathanpura Gate is the entrance from the south and the view given above is taken from the outside of the City walls. The wooden doors as partially seen are very massive and are thickly studded with iron nails. On each side of the gateway is carved the crest of the Gond Kings, viz, a Singh or Griffin destroying an elephant'.

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