Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar (Kannada: ?????? ????????? ?????? ??????) (born 24 March 1992) (Chamaraja Wadiyar XII) is the 27th and present titular Maharaja of Mysore and head of the former ruling Wadiyar dynasty. His late great-uncle, Srikantadatta Narasi...
This uncoloured aquatint is taken from plate 10 of Captain Alexander Allan's 'Views in the Mysore Country'. Nandidurg is at an altitude of around 4800 feet amid the Nandi Hills near Bangalore. Captain Allan described the fort as "a strong spacious fortress, with the...
View of Gopaul Droog, Mysore; View of Bysantiporam near Bangalore (Mysore)
Original watercolour, on paper, mounted on blue paper, captioned on ink beneath image and typed caption on verso.
James Hunter, who served in India as a Lieutentant in the Royal Artillery, is best known for ...
JAMES HUNTER c.1740-1792.
Picturesque Scenery in the Kingdom of Mysore. London: Edward Orme, -1805.
James Hunter was a Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery under Cornwallis during the Third Anglo-Mysore War where British and Company troops defeated the Tipu Sultan. The views here include land...
Lord Cornwallis receiving the Sons of Tippoo Saib as Hostages
The General at left, approaching the two scared children of the Sultan at right, as their minder smiles and gestures them forward; in frame with an urn and swag above; after William Marshall Craig, illustration from 'A New History of ...
Tippoo Saib's Two Sons taking leave of Their Mother
The young sons of Tipu Sultan, about to be delivered to Marquiss Cornwallis, one with his hands crossed over his breast, the other looking up to his mother, as she kneels to take leave of him, holding his hand, an old man and a woman with clasp...
In Tipu Sultan's palace, Major Allen, standing in centre to left, addressing a group of pleading Indian women, as the Sultan's two sons, standing to right, are taken hostage; after Stothard; proof before letters.