Mutty Lall’s Bathing Ghat, 1840s

Mutty_Lal_Seal's_bathing_ghatমোতিলালের স্নানঘাট, ১৯৪০?
The view of Mutty Lall’s Bathing Ghat
Called after the name of Babu Mutty Lal Seal, ‘the richest and most virtuous baboo of Calcutta’. Mutty
Lall Seal or Moti Lal Seal established this bathing ghat on the bank of River Hooghly in mid- nineteenth century
alongwith other benevolent activities for Calcutta. The bathing ghat is now being neglected, under dilapidation.
This is a digitally modified version of the image uploaded to Wikipedia from family source by Chandra Nath Mullick.
See more about Moti Lal Seal

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2 comments on “Mutty Lall’s Bathing Ghat, 1840s

  1. C N Mullick says:

    This is not Mutty Lall Seal’s Ghat, this is a photograph of Chotulal’s Ghat taken from the old Howrah Bridge.

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