Schlagintweit, Hermann von ; Schlagintweit, Adolf ; Schlagintweit, Robert von
Results of a scientific mission to India and High Asia: undertaken between the years MDCCCLIV and MDCCCLVIII, by order of the court of directors of the hon. East India Company (Atlas): Atlas of panoramas and views, with geographical, physical, and geological maps: dedicated to Her Majesty the Queen of England — Leipzig, 1861-1866

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se yiews were drawn and suryeyed by Hermann de Schlaeintweit, 1855 a;nd 185/.

Messrs. de SchlaiMiitweit.s' India and Hieh Asia.

Hypsometry, Yol. H.

The Falut mountain is situated in the northern part of the Singhalila ridge on the Sihhiui - Nepai fxontier

I.PROFILE 0 F THE FALUT -PANORAMA.

The angular extent from the Sanhosi peaks to the Chamalhari is 128”, to the eastern limit of the panorama in the environs of Gipmochi 1150°. The four Bhutan peahs t.o the east, though not visible from

, are

Penks in, Uie s/iowy rantje of fhe Sapikosika, prorince ofjYepdl
SanAosi pzalc. JV.JYJF LatJflSJ’iJ:3 7onq.E.Gn8G’33 6 Ueiqht 22. 826 ft
Sankosi peak ■ XYJH . 27’.i2S ■ ■ ■ 86’22 8 21.987

Sankosl peak UX . . 2T*SS'3 . . - 86’25 1 .. 23.570..

Sankosi peak XJC ■■ 27’57'S.86’18'3 .. 23.147..

Sankosi peak .. JOCL - .. 27’57'S.86’5- 5 . 19, 560 ■■

added for the sake of completeness, as seen from Assam . The peah Jannu, almost in the centre of the panorama, has a bearing very nearly due north . Drawn and surveyed by Hermann, 1855, May and June . (Or.No. 358 )

Gaurisdnkar, or JToimt, Everesl

JtaL.7T.27‘59-3LortgJE.Gr- 86‘51.'7
UtighL.29,002 ft.

CJianildng massif

Chamldnq massip EasL peak

WesL pedli.. h aLX. 27’ki'SIongJ' Gr. 86'oS 'O

JjaluY.27‘153 LongJ].0r.86186 FugWidflMfb.
Ueiqkb22,215 !'t.

Sihsur peaJe

Jjai.jY. 27'531. LonqE.Or. 87*45
Jlt.ighJ27.7Mrt.

Pealts of Ihc lpaleda(jolo cresl

Arunvallot/

Vallan chtuv pass
Lal Y.27’58 Jo/tg E. Gr.87 V/'
Ueight tji, 756ft.

lutuqlaehe’n mountaui

Jat.JY. 97'.31'7onq.Il. Gr. 87’1I'

Vangnia peah Jannii jteale

JjaJ JY.27‘55:Jonq.E. Or.87‘52' Jjat72Y2f’408.7ong.E.6r.88 l-'8

jreijhlr.26.000h. JJeighJ2Sj304Ct.

• Chanjerma ridgt

| Ilanthoche'n, pass

\Jjat. XZ27 ‘42 ’J onqJi. Gr.&rS9-

Tampnapass [ M,iqht:ir,.,,Ofb a.uy.rma p„„,

laJJY.27‘S6'Lon)j U Gr 87‘66'

JTetghtUS.SS9 ft

Hanchinjinga I VesL peaJe
JatJY 27‘42IJ7ongTj.6rM’8'0
JUeighY 28JS6 ft.

fUgUMSU "H. JhyUMfSVH. ULKtr&U&fHiriV

ChamnlhdrL pcak

lat jr.llVl lUng.li.0r.89-<s:s r, T

Gnarcam ,or Blaek roch \

Jat JY. 27.35• Long Ji. 6r. 88 ‘4 5
JfeigliJ'lT, 556fb.

Kdhra pcak

JaL JY.27’36'5 Lnnq.K. Or. 88'5■ 8
JJeighJ' 28,015 H.

Vdrsingh pcaJt
JaL .J\ ’. 27 'YSOifLonqJi. Or. 88 ’15 0
lleighl:J9. /39 ft,

lleight .22,750ft,

lidngaidh valley

TotnoChdmopcak
fjat ..V. 27‘Iiti.
Jong.E. Or.88‘13'
U/ight 2/,0U0ft,

GipmocJu pcak

J/at.JY. 2f*17'JjonqE. 6r. 88*53-
Hrig ht: tejSOS ft.

CJidla pass

Jal.X27‘2t> JonqE Or. 88’49
Jleight 11925ft.

Tista rnllcy Jitngpo rallcy

DaJ-Ia pr GianJs ftcak

Jiat.N. 27 ‘50 ’ Lonq 11.6r. .92 ‘31 ■

Ueight 22,49611.

Odmla pcuk V Ilmlcn, l)al-tn

JaJI\.2/ J6Jjong.£.ffr..92 7■ Lal:Y.22‘S2iJjonq.E. 0r.92\

Reighl-22.430ft. j 3ti‘ 6

I Theme-ri pealv Mdghb 21,435ft.

I Iat.7Y.2r487
\ Jjonq.7. Gr. 92‘28\5.

Jleiq/iL-20.180 ft.

S v al c For horizonl aL ancL “v^ertic al cLe e e s:

Cen.tral dir e e ti o n : X o rtli.

2. PROFILE 0 F THE KAULIA - PANORAMA

Ihe Kaulia peah lies N. N .VV. oi Kathmandu in Nepal. Its view includes under an angle exceedmg 150“ the snowy ranges of Nepal, from the Gaurisankar to the Chaubissi ranges. The snowy peaks of Tibet are excluded from this view by the elevated crests of Central Nepal, but their geographieal co-ordinates are contained

diaerams of bearings and of heights. I)rawn and snrveved hy Hermann, 1857, Februarv and March. ( 0r, No . 301.)

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the

Xdrdijani, peaks

Dha va lagir i.

Lat.N. 28“ 11 'i'lang.F.Gr. 83°28'7
JTeig/d,. 26,826 fb.

Gauris dnkar.or Jfo nnt J'lrercsl
Lai JY.27 ‘59'3 Lonq. 17.Gr.86‘31-7
Eeight 29, 002 Ft.

N’.YUII LaL.JJ.2i* 45-8 Long.F. Gr. 83’22'1 HeighL
■■ X/iir . . 28‘ 15-2 . .. 83 *2U 8 .

Sankosi Peaks

<Vo. 37X Lat .NT 27‘58'3 Long K.Gr. S6°26'i JLeight:23.670 Yt,\
,, XX 27‘57'8 .. 86*18:3 23,417 ■■

Scalc for liorizoiiiaL ancl “rertical degrees : 9——

=sP CentraT dir ection.: JNortTi Tjv East.

! fee t

8|3 'R.Qr.

8|S

HYPSOIVIETRICAL D I A G R A IVl

SHOWINO THE PRINCIPAL HEICHTS CONTAIIMED IN THE

K AULIA - PANORAIYIA.

-2B SoaLea:

For Oi/l'ej-mcjj <f Longitntle, :*2 miles -- / ineh,
r 1’ordifferencea of lieight• /•'60,OOO.or.t inctv■ 8,000 fb. Dha v/llagirL

K. ■ ■

_ 30. .0 1)0.

Gaurisdnkar, orJfount, EveresL
29,002

Dolte/L lines indicate. peatex not. visibie t'rom. Kdu.Ua,

J a rdij a ni peak s

XLYI JLT$2!J1
25. te.i\nr9ih‘.

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23.779 • 23.263 j

'.Uarhiptirhd i
21727\ :

jr. :

214

g.O.-OOO_

C/iaahfssi peak

19,415

l-u

10,0

Baralhor peaks

■26.069 C.plc.

. . jj. J i Cpk.tS.TM

orsh.cad.ij pealts

-JEtrt'-j-

S4 TS0 : j 'fijHS W.pk.

Yd.ssa pe a k s
26680 X.ph.

niYUt XJJYU

JLI
22.411'

Yjar.i .22.947 P. plt.

■Jim ■

20.522

Ji bj i b i a pe a k s
\26.306 TY.pk.

25,818 S. ph.

Akit pea ks

\24,3d3 JY.pJe.

SpU.i3.313



Daibinin peak !

23,762

C.pk. 22.891

S a. tl k o s v p e a Jc s
XIX
23.570

IX

23.147

21.853U.pk.

1X1

19,560 '

JJ/I

■22,826

jvm j

\2l98r.

i e vcl of 10,000 f e et

K «• < i

XX

2.1117

S a n k 6 s ip e a k s
TJX
23,670
XYIf

'2.826

XYlll
21.98 7

0, 00 0_

XXI

1.9,560

ChamJdnq massif
IKpk. 22,215

Gaurix/mJr/ir or .Uaunl Bvcresl

29,0(12

Sfhsitr pcak

“ ‘ 799

Ckd/nJ

Kph

anq ntassif

21] 020

a peak
000

Ijiiii/iiir nc/tk
-24,660

H Y P S 0 IVI E T R I C A L DIAGR AIVI
SHOWINO THE PRINCIPAL HEIOHTS CONTAINED IN THE

itfmcliinjinqa. peaks - /■

Wtojbus FALUT - PANORAMA.

EasLpk.27.816 S c H.1 e n :

For ili/ferences ol' tongilmle :32miles • / incJi .

.Fop dUFerenccs oF heighL: /• 60.000, or 1 mch 5,000 fl.
Dolted lines i/utiraJe pea/cs not visiLle From,

Fdliib

Bdtong ri/Jge_i_J_sjl

74.957 . ]

i ChamnJkdri pcak

23.944

Panhanri,orDonkin peah
Tandfm gronp „„ . ...

22(f/T'J' ^ SSi Kinch injhdu mqssif
Pmifltm pcak

; Tdnto Chdmo ncak

21.00 0

Jajvtn pcak

25JGX --

K/ibru.n cuk

u\oi:

i VaUanrhim pass
16736

t pass

15.770
259

CAunjermii pass

V/i r sii

s/n'bh pk Pgndtm grm

J{9, J39 j pcaJe D. .119,

Guarcdpn, or B/ack

J’brkc/l Ddnki/r prak

\20.870

' 'iola m/milluin
(7.Jf/9

CJipJa pass
14.925

14.509
Gipmdrhi

HeveT of 10,000 feet

Eiigra.ved and publislicd by T’. A. Bi’ockkaus, Lerpzi£ , 1801.

lltese proiiles are reductions of our panoramas in aquarell, tlie inost important of whicli are reproduced as oii prints nearly iu the original, larger size in Ihe Atlas oi Fanoramas and Views. They are drawn in a cyclic projection, and the angular distance of the ohjects, from each other in a horizontal, and from the general level in a. vertical direction.
is therefore necessarily on an uniform scale, 'which remains the same for tlie central as well as for the lateral parls of the picture. Our numerous angular measurements taken with theodolites, proved of essential lmportance also in the construction of our panoramas, as furnishing us witli minute data, which could be directly used as the mathema

tical net - work ot tlie drawing - An. explanation of the method empioyed is contained in Arol. H, Hypsometry. p.p. 261 6, in which also thc detail of the geographical co- ordinates is given.

The lieiglvt.s are Eng. feet.
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