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Appraoch to Eagle Mount, round Jakko, Simla.

Photograph with a view near Simla (Shimla),
Himachal Pradesh, taken by an unknown photographer in the 1880s,
part of the Bellew Collection of Architectural Views. Simla in the
Himalayan foothills was originally a small village named after the
goddess Shamla Devi, an incarnation of Kali. When the British
discovered it in 1819, they developed it as a summer refuge from
the hot plains of India, and a…