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When it Rains in Mumbai

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When it Rains in Mumbai
When it Pours in Bombay
Cover page of The Illustrated Weekly of India July 4, 1948 shows artist R.K. Laxman's view of Bombay on a rainy day

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A Portrait by R.K. Laxman

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A Hero-stone from KarnatakaTilaks Release Certificate, 1898Presidents Message for Haripura Congress ConventionVetra Memorials of South GujaratPortuguese Surrender Goa, 1961Address Written in Kannada
A grand four-storied hero-stone of the Vijayanagar periodHero-stone Depicting Men Fighting Battle To Defend Cows and WomenStamps of Portuguese IndiaAn Ancient Kannada InscriptionGold Coin of Hijera Kings (1353 A.D.)King Trivikram and The Betal
Yudhajitu and Sage Bharadhwaj ArgueYou are hereQueen Shantalas mother MachikabbeThe Hero of Nelavagilu -- hero-stone, NelavagiluLoga -- a very brave dogA Temple Sculpture Depicts Two Saints Accosting a Courtesan
Traditional  Indian Footwear with Studded Precious StonesThe Snake LoverHero Fighting a TigerAn Example of Nishidhi StoneDilapidated Kadata  Document (Paper Document)Brass Artifacts
The Pakhawaz Percussion InstrumentJawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964)Brassware of a Village Temple

 

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