The Dak bungalow was an inn for travellers.

"In The Raj on the Move: Story of the Dak Bungalow, Rajika Bhandari weaves together history, architecture, and travel to take us on a fascinating journey of India’s British-era dak bungalows and post houses, following, quite literally, in the footsteps of travelers who stayed in these bungalows over the past two centuries. Her search takes her from the early-19th century memoirs and travelogues of British women, to traveling from the original colonial outpost of Madras in the south to the deep interiors of Madhya Pradesh, the heart of British India”

(Source: iie.org)

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