Gwalior is an ancient seat of Jain worship. The fortress, which sits on a rock at a height of 342 feet, was under British control from 1858-1885
London (22 Charing Cross) : J. Wells, 1 April 1786.
1 print : line etching with aquatint, printed in sepia, with watercolour ; platemark 31.7 x 47.5 cm.
A view of the fort of Gwalior, from the N.W. ; drawn on the spot & engraved by W. Hodges
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Fort of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. Coloured etching by William Hodges, 1786.
Credit: Wellcome Collection.
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