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  • Illustrations and text explaining how AIDS cannot be transmitted from sharing clothes, drinking cups etc.; one of a series of educational posters issued by the Committed Communities Development Trust in Mumbai. Colour lithograph, ca. 1997.
  • Suttee. Engraving by Walker, 1785, after S. Wale.
  • Contrary to popular belief, sexually transmitted infections and sexual activity with multiple partners are common in the Indian subcontinent in both rural and urban areas : Availability of good quality condoms while abroad can be difficult. so be prepared and take a good supply with you / Brent & Harrow fund this initiative ; this poster was jointly produced by Asian Women's Resource Centre and The Naz Project London.
  • Svāmihaṃsasvarūpakr̥tam Ṣaṭcakranirūpaṇacitram : bhāṣyasamalaṃkr̥taṃ bhāṣāṭīkopetañ ca = Shatchakra niroopana chittra with bhashya and bhasha containing the pictures of the different nerves and plexuses of the human body with their full description showing the easiest method how to practise pranayam by the mental suspension of breath through meditation only ; by Shri Swami Hansa Swaroop.
  • Palace of Tipu Sultan from the west, Bangalore, Karnataka. Coloured aquatint by H. Merke after James Hunter, 1804.
  • A Fakir man and wife of south India. Gouache painting.
  • A collection of Indian costumes, types and occupations. Gouache paintings by an Indian artist.
  • Lucknow, India: the tomb of Shahadut Allee in the Kaiser Bagh palace, showing damage done during the Indian Rebellion. Photograph by Felice Beato, ca. 1858.
  • India: the 'tomb of the Emperor Hoomaon where Major Hodson captured the King of Delhi'. Photograph by F. Beato, c. 1858.
  • India: a ruined building. Photograph by F. Beato, c. 1858.