Old Book 2013- Bombay Exploring The Jewish Urban Heritage
Title- Bombay: Exploring The Jewish Urban Heritage
Author- Dr Shaul Sapir
Publisher- Spenta Multimedia
An interesting book on the city of Bombay (now Mumbai) and its Jewish history. It explores the social history of the city after it evolved from a fragment of seven islands into the single landmass that it is today. The book offers a deep insight into one of the world’s most fascinating Jewish communities. India’s Jews consist of three communities, each with its own distinctive lifestyle and religious, cultural, and communal characteristics.
They are the Cochin Jews (Malabar Jews), Bene-Isreal Jews (sons of Isreal Jews), and the Baghdadi Jews. This book is mainly on the Baghdadi Jews of Mumbai.
Read more Encyclopedia Judaica Mumbai.
The British settled in Calcutta (now Kolkata) in the late 17th century. In 1708, three Presidencies were formed that of Bengal, Madras, and Bombay. Each ruled by Governors and council and were independent of each other. Until a new post of a Governor-General was created in 1773.
From the collection- 1964 M. Suriyamoorthy Charcoal On Paper Two Women (#4)., Chepauk Palace In Madras – Old Photo 1880., German Ship Emden Bombing Madras – Old Postcard 1956., Arrival Of Lord Mountbatten At Delhi – Old Print 1947., San Thome Fort Madras – Antique Map 1757
The images are of the actual items from my collection. And Not a photocopy, pirated, reproduced, stock photos, or taken from other sources.