Several artefacts connected with the Mughals will be on display at the museum coming up in Humayun's Tomb complex The crypt-like museum coming up in the Humayun's Tomb complex will showcase Mughal artefacts hitherto hidden from public view. These ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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The legacy of an elaborate food culture in medieval India goes to the feisty Mughal emperors. On the one hand, they plundered and squandered and on the other, they introduced and encouraged the art of creativity in their Rakabdars (gourmet cooks).Times of India, 3 weeks ago
COLOMBO: Indian Emperor Ashoka was the first to conjure up and grant his subjects the Right To Information (RTI), says Indian RTI activist Venkatesh Nayak, Coordinator, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI). Speaking at a seminar on RTI at ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago
Nearly half of these Mughal names are standalone ones like Akbarpur, Aurangabad, Humayunpur and Baburpur, but there are also syncretic ones like Akbar Nivas Khandrika and Damodarpur Shahjahan. (PTI) The demand by Minister of State for External ...Financial Express, 2 months ago Is BJP leader Shaina NCs comparison between Akbar and Hitler fair? catchnews.com, 2 months ago
When Akbar took over the Mughal throne in 1556, he was still a 14-year-old boy. The young emperor apparently had such a fascination for intricately illustrated stories that he recruited about a hundred Indian artists to join the imperial atelier.Quartz, 1 month ago
Tunnels do make sensational news in history, besides the ones on the Indo-Pak border and in Tihar and other jails. There's one in the Agra Fort, which is believed to lead to the Red Fort in Delhi. How long it would have taken for those of the royal ...The Statesman, 3 days ago
Photo: The India Today Group, India Today Group/ Image 1 of / 2 Caption Close Image 1 of 2 Clockwise from top: Humayun's Tomb, where the second Mughal emperor is buried. People participate in International Yoga Day, June 21, ...San Francisco Chronicle.com, 3 days ago
Many have admired Safdarjang's Tomb as the last flickering lamp of Mughal architecture but it was left to Dulcie Hamilton, a passing-by travel writer from Melbourne, to remark that it was like an inverted lotus, just the opposite of the later-day ...The Statesman, 1 week ago
A fortnight after he became the face of the Indian soldier in the Kargil war, on July 8, 1999, Vikram Batra died. He was mortally wounded after fighting through the night while recapturing Peak 4875. He was ill, but had insisted that he was fit for the mission and completed it in a manner that put him alongside some of India's greatest military heroes. Twelve years ago, to mark the fifth anniversary of the Kargil war, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Seema Pant traveled to Palampur ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
A mammoth undertaking to restore and develop Delhi's Nizamuddin will end this time next year. How has it transformed one of the most historic and touristy areas of the country? This could be the closest thing to paradise. Here, the world is all ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
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