Oriental Scenery/Part 3/Plate 20

No. XX.


This spacious Baolee is a public bath of modern workmanship, built of freestone, by Rajah Cheyt Sing, near his palace at Ramnagur on the river Ganges; it is in a mixed style of architecture, in which the Mahomedan prevails. At Ramnagur there is a handsome ghaut, or landing place, for the use of those who perform ablution in the Ganges, as well as for the convenience of landing merchandize, &c.

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The Baolee, at Ramnagur.