Check out an exhibition in Pune of rare photographs by Sorabji Jehanjir who was Chief Magistrate of Baroda. The images are more than 140 years old and are a must-watch for history buffs
You can catch a glimpse of some rare photographs by heading to an exhibition of images by Sorabji Jehanjir, Chief Magistrate of Baroda. Some of the images are more than 140 years old.
Rare photographs by Sorabji Jehanjir
Dominic Corda, who has collected the images, says, “It is my passion for rare photographs that encouraged me to collect these photos which can be rarely found in India.
The photographs being showcased at the event are part of a larger collection of portraits of Indian princes, nobles, statesmen, philanthropists, officials, and eminent citizens.
Corda adds that there will be 13 rare photos of important personalities such as the Late Nawab Sir Salar Jung, Lord Reay, Sir James Fergusson, and Sir Dinshaw Manockjee Petit.
“These are the men who represent the real India according to me and so I feel that their photos must be seen by people for inspiration. The people from whom I got these did not know their importance and so sold it off to me easily,” he admits.
The images were originally published in 1889 by WH Allen & Co, London, in a book titled Representative Men of India.
Till: March 15, 10 am to 6 pm
At: Buena Vista, Saint Patrick's Town , Hadapsar
Photos: Swara Bhaskar, Sonali Kulkarni at Jagran Film Festival awards
Pics: Shahid Kapoor's transformation from chocolate boy to hottie
Photos: Kareena Kapoor Khan and Aamir Khan at Mumbai airport
Photos: SRK, wife Gauri, Aishwarya Rai, Shweta Bachchan at Vogue Awards
Photos: Harbhajan Singh-Geeta Basra's TV outing with daughter Hinaya