The Presence that Changed the World

Bombay High Court

The British may have built imposing architecture to allow the functioning of their own concepts of law, but they did try and incorporate local tastes, customs and building materials to help integrate their institutions into the local cultures as this example of Bombay's High Court illustrates.

Picture courtesy of The National Archives

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