Post card showing a monument in Delhi and river washing in Ahmedabad.
This postcard is from the German Gruss Aus (Greetings from) tradition important to birth of postcards. The first use mass use of postcards in the late 1890s involved the use of this phrase with images from any place in the world a visitor might find themselves in, leading some to claim that the phrase launched the postcard revolution at the turn of the century. This is an early image by D. Macropolo & Co., a Kolkata publisher that became one of India's biggest publishers by roughly 1910.
Ahmedabad is a city in Gujarat next to the Sabarmati river, where Mahatma Gandhi lived. Delhi is in the north and the capital of India. The monument shown is the Qutb Minar, one of the tallest man-made towers in the world.