These 15 Unseen Pictures Of India Will Surprise You And Make You Proud At The Same Time

You won't believe that these pictures are real. 

These 15 Unseen Pictures Of India Will Surprise You And Make You Proud At The Same Time
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It doesn't matter if it is an aged building or some old photographs, everything carries a story within. The happiness of suddenly encountering an old album from the childhood is an example of how ancient things deliver the glimpses of our past. 

In the same connection, what I have in store for you people today, are actually some unseen pictures from Indian history. Believe me when I say that these pictures will take you back in the time, the time we have constantly heard about.

I believe every one among us knows the excitement of reliving the past. It sometimes makes us happy, while sometimes make us sad. But if you're a true Indian, you will feel proud after observing these pictures. These are a proof regarding the journey Indian has addressed in the former number of years. 

First test cricket team.

First test cricket team.

This was India's first Test Cricket team. The first test match was played in 1932 in England.

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The stars and the players.

The stars and the players.
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Are you able to recognize Shah Rukh Khan, Kapil Dev and Sohail Khan? Amazing, isn't it? 

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Indians serving the Britishers.

Indians serving the Britishers.
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This picture is from the time when India was ruled by Britishers. 

Something from the partition.

Something from the partition.
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A photograph from 1947 during the partition of India and Pakistan, where a man is sitting traumatized in between files of both the countries.

Click next page to see the first ever car that came to India. 

India's first car.

India's first car.
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You will be shocked to see this Mercedes Benz Telco from 1954. This was the first car that ever came to India. It was by Tata Motors and was brought in Mumbai. 

Humayun's Tomb

Humayun's Tomb
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Humayun's Tomb is the first garden tomb build in India. The fun fact about this tomb is that the construction of the fort began in 1565, and got completed in 1572 AD. 

Do you know what royal people used as a horse substitute during 1930? Keep reading to check it out. 

A zebra as horse substitute pulling a carriage.

A zebra as horse substitute pulling a carriage.
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In Calcutta, India, around 1930, rich people used zebra as horse substitute for pulling a carriage. This was considered to be a sign of royalty. 

Two Queens together.

Two Queens together.
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This is an unseen and rare picture, in which two queens, Maharani Gayatri Devi and Queen Elizabeth can be seen together going for a hunt. 

Any idea how Taj Mahal looked 167 years back? Click next to check it out. 

Taj Mahal during 1850.

Taj Mahal during 1850.
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This picture of Taj Mahal was captured by Dr John Moore of East India Company. What will fascinate you is that this picture was captured 167 years back. 

Did you know what is electric tram? Keep reading to know this ancient form of transportation. 

The first President of India.

The first President of India.
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Dr Rajendra Prasad was the first President of the Independent India. This is a picture where Dr Rajendra Prasad can be seen travelling via a horse cart. 

The first meeting of Indian Constitution Assembly.

The first meeting of Indian Constitution Assembly.
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This was the initial meeting of Indian Constitution Assembly, i.e., on 9th December 1946.  

Mumbai's 'Tram'.

Mumbai's 'Tram'.
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You must have heard about the Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking in Mumbai. This was during 1907, that the first electric tram debuted in the city brought by BEST. In India, trams still operate in Kolkata. Trams were discontinued in Chennai in 1954 and in Mumbai in 1960.


More pictures from the past await you. Keep reading. 

A picture of Air India flight attendant.

A picture of Air India flight attendant.
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This picture is from 1963, an Air India Flight Attendant was captured writing the flight timings on board. 

Posters signed in Urdu and Punjabi language.

Posters signed in Urdu and Punjabi language.
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This is a picture from Peshawar which is now in Pakistan. This was the year 1940 when the sign boards were captured signed in Urdu and Punjabi language.  

Times of India during 1898.

Times of India during 1898.
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This is a picture back from 1989 when Times Of India celebrated its Diamond Jubilee. 

I hope these photographs piloted you on a good journey to some hidden moments from the past. Do share this story and distribute the experience with others as well. 

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