NEW DELHI: A 17th-century dhrupad, now almost lost, celebrates the martial feats of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir. When Alamgir mounts his horse, it says, the whole world, the heavens and even the netherworld tremble. The author of the piece may ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Renaming Aurangzeb Road after Kalam isn't right: Delhi ... - Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
Was Aurangzeb a good man or a bad one? Such reduction only leads to sweeping judgment. Let's compare him to his forbears. Babur was a warrior and a civilised man by the standards of his society and I would say ours. He is considered, still, to be ...Outlook India, 1 month ago
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