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The main tomb of Mir Raja Ali Khan, from the west, Gurramkonda, Cuddapah District

The main tomb of Mir Raja Ali Khan, from the west, Gurramkonda, Cuddapah District

Photographer: Archaeological Survey of India

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1898

Shelfmark: Photo 1008/4(337)

Item number: 337

Length: 22.9

Width: 28.6

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of the tomb of Mir Raja Ali Khan, from the west at Gurramkonda, Cuddapah District, Andhra Pradesh, taken by a photographer of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1898-99 from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections: Madras and Coorg, 1898-1903.

This is a general view of a domed tomb, with a granite hill in the background. Gurramkonda has a small fort which is said to have been erected by the sultans of Golconda. It came under Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore, in the late 18th century, and then later was part of the territory of the Nawabs of Cuddapah.

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