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Mehrauli: Monuments that speak of India's multiculturalism

A church that wears looks of a temple and a mosque too, a festival that dates back to the Mughal rule and numerous monuments that have stories to tell. A new book 'Where Stones Speak' by historian Rana Safvi tells many little known stories ... Deccan Herald, 12 hours ago

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Business Standard India

The India-Armenia connection

WHO could have imagined that the guns used by the Mughals against the Marathas were made by an Armenian? How many would know that an Armenian wife formed part of Mughal Emperor Akbar's harem? Lady Juliana, who built the first church in Agra, is ...
 The Statesman1 week ago The world is the canvas  Business Standard India1 day ago India and Armenia: The connection  India Blooms1 week ago Saris, religious fabrics highlight of India festival in London  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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Was Mughal emperor Aurangzeb responsible for destroying India's multiculturalism?

In 1658 the Mughal Empire was at the peak of its opulence, but the escalating rivalry between Emperor Shah Jahan's sons Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb over the past two decades had split not only the royal family but also changed the history of the ...
 DNA India1 month ago A Mughal mystique  The Hindu2 weeks ago Mughals were at the right place at the right time  DAWN Group1 month ago 'The Mughals were struggling financially after Shah Jahan'  Rediff.com1 week ago

Theme-based jewellery for your wedding!

IANS Get social This wedding season, indulge in jewellery inspired by Indian motifs and the Mughal era. Jewellery designer Pallavi Dudeja Foley associates with AVON India to create a collection inspired by Indian motifs, the ...
 InToday1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Aurangzeb in love

“World seizer” Aurangzeb, the sixth Mughal emperor to rule over India for 49 years was known for his ghastly acts of violence. Yet it was a single, unique sentence that 35-year-old Aditi Mukherjee came across during her readings that influenced the debut ...
 Deccan chronicle1 month ago Out from Delhi, Aurangzeb still lends name to places across India  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago Why target Aurangzeb alone, Mr Kejriwal?  Rediff.com1 month ago Renaming Aurangzeb road reflects warped view of past as present  Hindustan Times1 month ago
New Indian Express

Maintaining India's independence is still a big challenge

Attacks from Mughal's on India, started by the end of 6th century and in every attack, there was bloodshed. While going back, they took along with lot of wealth besides men and women as prisoners. They were successful in establishing their regime ...
 Meri News2 months ago Welcome to Mad(e) In India!  New Indian Express2 weeks ago 6 Indian Rulers Descendants Who Now Dwell In Poverty  Silicon India3 weeks ago 27 pictures that will make you want to visit India  Business Insider Australia1 month ago
Indian Express

Census shocker: Rural India is a bleak house

Sushma denies charges against her, says injustice is being done to her Even Mughals knew they can't rule if they openly support cow slaughter: Rajnath I only helped a woman suffering from cancer: Sushma Sushma's family received money from Lalit ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Mughals knew protecting cows was way to rule hearts of Indians, says Rajnath Singh  Indian Express1 month ago BGB vows to stop cattle smuggling  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Mughals understood Indian cow tradition: Rajnath Singh  Asian Age1 month ago
Brunei Times

Enjoy Mughal cuisine in Old Delhi

THERE is a list of never ending gastronomic delights in India available for both the visitor and India's 1.2 billion population. A fusion of cultures, ideas and ingredients throughout the ages have enriched India's culinary offerings. One of the ...
 Brunei Times1 month ago How India could reinvent its cities and boost tourism  Hindustan Times1 month ago Recreating lost cuisines of India  Times of India1 month ago A Tour Of Old And New In Delhi  BBM1 month ago

Mughal rule will return to India if Muslim population continues to grow: Shiv Sena

"Certain forces have already started thinking about Islamisation of the country and thereby to bring the Mughal rule back. We will not be surprised, if, in the next 50 years, Mughal rule returns to the country riding on the secularism bogie," it said.
 DNA1 month ago Rise in Muslim numbers due to 'politics of religion': Shiv Sena  Asian Age1 month ago Muslim population increasing because there are no ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago Rise in Muslim numbers due to politics of religion: Shiv Sena  Livemint.com1 month ago

Mughal-E-Azam, Border, Asoka: Bollywood's EPIC battles? VOTE!

War is as grand and consummate as love in Bollywood.In Indian cinema’s larger-than-life outlook, not only love but war too is depicted on a grand, exciting scale. Be it the battles fought between rivaling kingdoms, across the border or plain medieval fiction, the emphasis is on drama, thrills and opulence. S S Rajamouli’s hugely anticipated and expensive two-part epic fantasy Bahubali, the first installment of which released last Friday in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam across ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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