The restored 16th century Batashewala complex near Humayun's Tomb was thrown open to the public on Saturday World Heritage Day after almost four years of conservation work by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC). The 11-acre complex comprises ... Indian Express, 1 week ago
Humayun's Tomb's forgotten neighbour gets back lost glory - Times of India, 1 week ago
Replicate Humayun's Tomb work at Taj Mahal: Aga trust told - Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
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| Divya Kaushik The restoration of Batashewala Complex neighbouring Humayun's Tomb can be a significant case study to follow for conservation purposes in future. It uses the craft-based model to provide an opportunity to artisans and conserve ...New Delhi Pioneer, 6 days ago Restored Batashewala garden tomb complex rises from ruins Sify, 1 week ago
Two Mughal period chronicles which were recently translated into Hindi were launched at Humayun's Tomb on Saturday. The chronicles have been translated by historians from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and published by the Rampur ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo arrived on Sunday in New Delhi, where he will meet with Indian officials and work to bolster bilateral relations. The foreign minister offered to have Spain be India's voice on the U.N. Security ...Individual.com, 14 hours ago
World Heritage Day last week was a reminder that Delhi is the repository of a large number of monuments, many of which are memorials to unknown people or have names inconsistent with their nomenclature. Take Bare Batashewala Mahal, which has been ...The Hindu, 15 hours ago Delhi Celebrates World Heritage Day With Walks, Quizzes, Lectures NDTV, 1 week ago Walks, Quizzes Lectures Mark World Heritage Day Outlook India, 1 week ago
Of Sanderson, Delhi's monuments, Mughal and British. John Keats died in his twenties; so did Gordon Sanderson, on whom an exhibition at India International Centre ended last week. Like Keats, Sanderson too left a lasting impression, not on poetry ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
Upper-caste Hindus and Hindu nationalist organisations have had an ambiguous attitude toward the cow as an animal and as a symbol of Hindu Rashtra, oscillating between reverence and irreverence. It is only lately that Hindu nationalists have settled ...Milli Gazette, 2 weeks ago
to move on from the pain of Partition, and find an amicable solution to various issues between the two neighbours, says Madan Lall Manchanda The gruesome tragedy of Partition of the sub-continent, which resulted in killing of one million people ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
, Pakistan Day, Kumari Padmini Singh Rathore set her dainty feet on Pakistani soil to make it her home. It was the young Indian princess's first time this side of the border but she wasn't feeling overwhelmed or unsure about starting her new life ...DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
Remembering Prince Dara Shukoh on his fourth birth centenary On 20 March 1615 at Akbar Fort, a child was born. The father of the child, Mughal Emperor Shahjahan was prostrating as this child was supposed to be the heir of his kingdom and legacy. ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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