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New Delhi :: India | 1 day ago

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History proved beyond doubt that every Empire that evolved and flourished across centuries created its own grave-diggers. As is the case, the historians of all hues since the 18 Century have debated the causes of the decline of Mughal Empire. The

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New Delhi :: India | 1 month ago

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Was India's 'monument to love' built out of guilt? BBC News, Delhi Often described as one of the wonders of the world, the stunning 17th Century white marble Taj Mahal was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved wife Mumtaz

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New Delhi :: India | 1 month ago

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The Urdu translation of Dilip Hiro's Shahjahan-o-Mumtaz, directed by Sayeed Alam, offers a moving portrait of historical figures. In 2012, Pierrot's Troupe presented Shahjahan-o-Mumtaz in its original version in English. The actors did their best and

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New Delhi :: India | 3 months ago

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Across centuries and countries, Mughal emperor Shah Jahan has been seen as the ultimate lover against whom all heartbeats are measured. Other kings have come, ruled and passed away; their brave deeds now fill brittle pages of history books and lyrics

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New Delhi :: India | 4 months ago

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The Archaeological Museum of ASI, housed in the Red Fort, has several priceless exhibits. Alas, these lack detailed captions that would add to the visitors' knowledge The Archaeological Museum at Red Fort is one of the most visited museums in the

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Mumbai :: India | 7 months ago

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Aroon Raman talks about his new book, and his penchant for historical fiction On his website, Aroon Raman confesses that The Shadow Throne surprised him by becoming a national bestseller. Packed with intrigue, mystery and a healthy dose of history,

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Mumbai :: India | 8 months ago

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He doesn't entirely dismiss the oft-made comparisons between the animal whose conservation has been his lifelong passion and his own, burly self. But Valmik Thapar believes that's a thing of the past. "Now, I look more like a bear," he says with a

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New Delhi :: India | 10 months ago

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Begun in 1565, nine years after the death of Mughal Emperor Humayun, and completed in 1570, the tomb is a Unesco World Heritage site. But it had fallen into decay prior to joint public-private efforts by the Indian government, the Aga Khan Trust for

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New Delhi :: India | 10 months ago

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Dreamy-eyed, Salahuddin stepped back to look at his work of six years. Finally, he had got it right. "Humein uss waqt ke turquoise colour ke saath apna turquoise match karne mein do saal lag gaye (It took us two years to match the turquoise colour

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New Delhi :: India | 10 months ago

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Instead, Sultana spent years running a small tea hut, before it was shut down and she turned her attentions to producing ladies clothing. Sultana added: 'I am grateful there are some who have come forward to help me. 'My husband, the late Muhammad

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