'The Burmese Pagoda in Eden-Gardens. Calcutta', c1900. Eden Gardens, Calcutta, India, constructed in 1834 and named after Emily and Fanny Eden, the sisters of Lord Auckland, the Governor General of India from 1836-1842. In 1840, Eden Gardens were formally opened to the public. The Pagoda was brought from Prome, Burma by Lord Dalhousie and erected in the gardens in 1854. The gardens are now home to the Calcutta Cricket Club. [G. B. V. Ghoni, Bombay, c1900]
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