Saturday, 19 April 2014

1952 భారతదేశపు తొలి ఎన్నికలు, చరిత్ర మాటాడుతోంది.

 Vote for “Jan Sangh” – was a slogan raised by supporters of this Party.

Young lady voters reading the poster of a Congress candidate.

A Polling Officers affixes indelible ink mark on the fore-finger of a voter before allowing her to cast the vote.

 Mir Mushtaq Ahmed, a Socialist candidate is seen here canvassing for himself in a Delhi Street. He contested for a seat in the State Assembly.

 A Communist Camp of Karol Bagh, Delhi.

 A large queue of Muslim voters at a polling station near Jama Masjid, Delhi.

 A Muslim lady at a Polling Booth near Jama Masjid.

 A refugee woman being given her ballot papers after identification, at a Polling Station in Lajpat Nagar.

 A view of the Polling Station at Town Hall, Delhi.
 A villager casting his vote according to his choice.
 A villager looking for the sign (election symbol) of a candidate of his choice, at a polling station.

 An Election Camp Office of Shri Durga Das, a candidate for the House of the People. Cycle was the symbol of this candidate.

 An election poster pasted on one of the pillars of Connaught Place, New Delhi a shopping centre of the elite of the town.

 An old Muslim woman being given a ballot paper at a Polling Station, near Jama Masjid, Delhi.

 An old Muslim woman on her way to polling station, near Jama Masjid.

 An old Muslim woman who came to vote at a polling booth near Jama Masjid, gets herself identified, before being issued with ballot papers.

 At Town Hall Polling Booth (Delhi) - A Polling Officer applies indelible ink mark in the forefinger of a woman voter.

 Mir Mushtaq Ahmed, a Socialist candidate of Delhi State canvassing votes for himself before a crowd near Jama Masjid, Delhi.
 Muslim Laides waiting outside a polling booth near Jama Masjid, to cast their votes.
 Muslim Pardahnishin women voters wait in a queue for their turn to cast their votes at a polling booth near Jama Masjid.

Through disabled, this old Muslim is anxious to cast his vote. He is being carried on his bed to the Polling Station, near Jama Masjid, Delhi.

Courtesy: Old indian photos. Photo division GOI

Friday, 18 April 2014

భారతదేశపు తొలి ఎన్నికలు చిత్రాలు1952

 A blind old man being carried towards a polling booth by his son, to help him to cast his vote, near a polling station in Jama Masjid area in Delhi.
 A view of Polling Booth at Modern High School, in New Delhi. A long queue of women voters are seen waiting for their turn to cast their votes.
 Vote for Hut a symbol for Sucheta Kripalani (KMPP). One of the candidates for Parliamentary Constituency.
 A close up of a poster pasted on a government resident in Delhi.
 A Congress Election Camp near Willingdon Air Port, New Delhi.
 A Congress procession showing bullocks and flag. A pair of bullocks was the election symbol of Congress Party.
 A cyclist canvassing for the Congress candidate.
A front view of Congress Party election procession. A pair of bullocks was symbol of the Congress Party.
 A number of election campaigners on cycle doing propaganda work for a candidate of the Jan Sangh.

 A pair of bullocks – this was the election symbol for the Congress Party.
 A poster of Socialist Party posted on a gate of a New Delhi residence.
A rear view of a Congress election procession showing important landmarks in the Freedom Struggle.
 Communist election campaigners in Karol Bagh, a suburban area of Delhi, make use of Tonga.
 Election workers of a Political party on their mission to canvass votes for their party candidate.
Even the pipes scattered at a roadside bear the names of candidates. All possible avenues of publicity and propaganda were employed.

  Jan Sangh and Communist symbols (Lamp & Hammer and Sickle) were pitched side by side near Karol Bagh polling station in Delhi.
  Outside the Town Hall Polling Booth, Delhi - A Polling Officer is seen issuing an identity Slip to a voter.

 Posters were prominently displayed by the various candidates contesting the Election.
  The Election Head Office of the K.M.P.P. Party in New Delhi.
  The supporters of the Socialist Party carrying a poster to appeal to voters to cast their vote in favour of their candidate.

 ‘Hut’ was the election symbol of the K.M.P.P. Party. A model of ‘Hut’ for Sucheta Kripalani, one of the candidates for the House of People.

A Muslim lady being given her ballot paper at a Polling Booth.

Photos Courtesy: Old Indian Photo division GOI

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

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        Photos by Sarma                                                   వరి కోసిన చేనులో కొంగల వేట.