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Old photos of Puri Jagannath temple – all rare pictures

Check some old photos of Puri Jagannath temple which are all rare pictures here.

Photo: Entrance to the Jagannatha Temple
Photographed: 1865

Photograph of the Lion Gateway (Singhadwara) of the Jagannatha Temple at Puri from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections: India Office Series (volume 21, ‘a’ numbers), taken by Henry Dixon in the early 1860s.

The Singh Darwaza or Lion’s Gate of the Jagannath Temple.

Photograph of the Lion Gateway (Singhadwara) of the Jagannatha Temple at Puri from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections: India Office Series (volume 24: ‘a’ numbers), taken by William Henry Cornish around 1868.

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The Lion Gateway (Singha Dwara) of the Jagannath Temple.
Photographed : 1870.

Photograph of the Lion Gateway (Singhadwara) of the Jagannatha Temple at Puri, taken by an unknown photographer around 1870. Puri, a town on the east coast of India in the state of Odisha.

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1890 old photo of Jagannath temple, Puri.

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View from the east towards the Jagannath Temple, Puri, with the bazaar in the foreground
Photograph of the Jagannatha Temple, Puri from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections, taken by William Henry Cornish in 1892.