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Rare Indian coins sell like hot cakes

Ancient Indian gold, silver and copper coins, especially from the Mughal era, the princely states, British India and others, are fetching huge amounts in international numismatics auctions. An Empress Victoria gold coin of British India, minted in 1884, has ... Asian Age, 1 week ago
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Water of India

In the days of yore, when the mighty Mughals were expanding their dominions across northern India, from the Khyber Pass to the Bay of Bengal, they made good use of the Gangetic river system for military and material conquests. The Mughals were succeeded by ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago India: A journey to second home  Afghanistan Times2 weeks ago Top Reasons Why India is Calling You  Huffington Post5 days ago Asking Kohinoor to be returned will throw up uncomfortable questions for India  Financial Express1 month ago

The battle between faith and culture isnt new. Heres how Akbar reconciled them

The Mughal dynasty that ruled the Indian subcontinent in the 16th and 17th centuries left behind a great legacy of architecture, literature and cuisine. But theyve often been accused of consolidating their empire by destroying temples, killing Hindus and ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Youll Be Shocked to Know Akbar and Birbal's Monthly Income!  Daily Bhaskar6 days ago Akbar The Great Conquered India And Built A Great Civilization  Investor's Business Daily3 weeks ago Akbar the great of mughal India  SlideShare.net4 weeks ago
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Saint Singers of Bhakti Movement

Mughal era saw the revival of Bhakti movement CHENNAI: Despite turmoils for centuries in the North India due to foreign invasions and conquests, an important aspect of development during Muslim rule was the revival of bhakti movement. The saint ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Crowning glory: How Delhi's heritage emblem had its original pride restored

Humayun's Tomb, the first of the many magnificent mausoleums built by the Mughals in India, which is now seen as an icon of Mughal creativity and architectural prowess, suffered a minor setback in the summer of 2014. The gold finial that capped the ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago Humayun's Tomb finial: How the mausoleum got its crown back  The Hindu2 weeks ago Humayun Tomb finial  The Statesman2 weeks ago

Kebabs, with love from the Mughals

Experience the royal flavour of the ‘Great Indian Kebab Fest’ at The Residency Tower.
 The Hindu1 month ago

Sanskrit texts offered way to Mughals to rule India: Book

Connections with the Sanskrit cultural world played a crucial role in the evolution of Mughal power and also significantly altered dynamics within Indian literary and religious communities, says a new book. In "Culture of Encounters: Sanskrit at ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
India Today

Kashmit governor for national highway status for Mughal road

Sunday, 20 March 2016||channel:India " This road has provided connectivity across the Pir Panjal range, connecting Shopian in Kashmir division with Bafliaz in Jammu division. " Jammu, March 20 - Jammu and Kashmir Governor ...
 Nerve2 months ago J&K Governor urges Centre to declare Mughal road as National Highway  India Today2 months ago

Mughals were tolerant towards Hindus, Sanatan Dharma: Congress leader Digvijay Singh

Amid ongoing debate over intolerance in India, senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Thursday said that Mughal empire allowed both Hindus and Sanatan Dharma to grow.
 Zee News2 months ago

India wants to show off its culinary pride

Soldiers of Mughal King Zahiruddin Muhammad Babar, who conquered Delhi in 1526AD, were keen to return to Kabul because they missed street food. Records of that era say Babar, himself a food connoisseur, kept them happy by arranging it — and ...
 New Straits Times3 weeks ago
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