Why should you learn about your family history? Discovery, preservation and legacy.
A post from Memories of a Travel Addict Chick which provides another account of Bombay (Mumbai), mirroring some of the observations of a previous Anglo-Indian Project post – Bombay (Mumbai)… Read more “Visiting Bombay (Mumbai) – the Victorian City”
Can you go home again? “Somewhere, buried beneath the wreck of its current condition… is the city that has a tight claim on my heart, a beautiful… Read more “Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found”
See also: The Presidencies of British India: Bengal, Bombay and Madras The Presidencies of British India II: Bengal, Bombay and Madras The Presidencies of British India: Bombay… Read more “The Presidencies of British India: Madras”
We read and devoured English poets and dramatists with an affection which was devoid of any alien feeling of English being a language imported from elsewhere in… Read more “How Anglo-Indian education has shaped English learning”
Several previous posts have presented the various resources available for researching family in British India. Following a number of requests for links, it seemed prudent to [re-]publish… Read more “Genealogical Resources, Tools and Links”
For all the British Raj represented and contributed to India, the greatest contribution was the railways.