This exhibition of works from the Alkazi collection in New Delhi features a selection of photos and postcards from the 1850s through 1910. It shows how the first photographs of India, whether they were taken by Englishmen like John Murray and Alexander Greenlaw or Indians like Raja Deen Dayal, had a lasting influence on Indian photography.
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