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Dates:  1822, 16 February (?1924) - 1891, 26 July
Active:  India
 
  
Early photographer active in India during the British Raj.

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John Falconer, British Library 
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia

 
Amateur, India
Scholar, antiquarian and amateur photographer. Author of The Antiquities of Orissa (2 vols, Calcutta, 1875), Buddha Gaya, the hermitage of Sakya Muni (1878) and numberous other works and articles; President of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1885.
 
Early amateur photographer and Treasurer of the Photographic Society of Bengal, 1856, from which he was expelled in 1857 after making a speech in favour of the oppressed indigo workers of Bengal (see Address, a member opposing an intended resolution to expel Rajendralala Mitra for speaking against the indigo planters at a public meeting, Calcutta, 1857, BL pressmark 1414.f.75. (12)).
 
(Buckland; G. Paramaswaran Pillai, Representative Indians, London, 1897). 
  
 
  

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