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Mad Mughal Memes, Inedible India are changing how we see classical Indian art
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Mad Mughal Memes, Inedible India are changing how we see class...

Inedible India and Mad Mughal Memes use Indian paintings in their posts, resulting in humour and an evolved discussion around this art form. The post Mad Mughal Memes, Inedible India are changing how we see classical Indian art appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 16 hours ago

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When the Mughals turned to demonetisation

It's five months after 8/11.But this is not the first time that India's currency of the time faced the axe.The Mughals, after invading a territory, would effect the demonetisation of the local currency with the aim to cripple the economy of the land.Prakash Bhandari flips through the pages of history to the times when currency was declared defunct overnight.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Indian rupee, which draws its name from the Sanskrit word rupyakam, has been at the centre of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Have a 'blooming' time at Rashtrapati Bhavan  Rediff.com2 months ago The Times of India shared a link.  Current News India2 months ago Roses at Mughal Gardens named after Mukherjee, wife  Nerve2 months ago
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Jodhabai was actually Portuguese, not a Rajput princess, claims book

Goa-based author Luis de Assis Correia in his book "Portuguese India and Mughal Relations 1510-1735" has claimed that Jodhabai was in fact a Portuguese woman, Dona Maria Mascarenhas, who while travelling in a Portuguese armada along the Arabian sea, could ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

Iconic Mughal Gardens opens to public from today

[India], Feb. 5 (ANI): The iconic Mughal Gardens of the Rashtrapati Bhavan will open for the general public from today. President Pranab Mukherjee inaugurated the gardens, as part of the annual Udyanotsav yesterday. The highlight of this year's Udyanotsav ...
 Sify2 months ago Welcoming the nation  Current News India2 months ago Iconic Mughal Gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan is now open for public from today - All details here  Zee News2 months ago Mughal Gardens to open from Sunday  DNA2 months ago
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Jor Bagh Metro station showcases Mughal era sites

Bagh-e-Jud is being organised in association with the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach) inside Jor Bagh Metro station and has a special focus on the Mughal era with an aim to draw an interest from the common people. "It is a ...
 Sahara Samay English2 months ago

Indian Railways: Track Record

THE ADVENT OF the railways in India, like the advent of new technology everywhere, inspired opportunity while also provoking subversion. There were pioneers who envisioned a network to weld the country together as never before, while others, like Gandhi, ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago

Rare imperial Mughal spinel at Sotheby's London sale

A 17th century rare imperial Mughal Spinel inscribed with the names of Emperors Jahangir, Prince Khurram and Alamgir Aurangzeb, will go under the hammer at Sotheby's upcoming Arts of the Islamic World auction on April 26 here.
 DNA1 week ago

Munavvar Saleem writes open letter to PM Modi on cow slaughter

[India], Apr. 14 (ANI): Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament and Samajwadi Party leader Munavvar Saleem has written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of cow slaughter and offered some suggestions. He called on the government to prepare a ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

A love story in miniatures

Ritika Kochhar finds out how Indian miniatures, which were once buried in manuscripts, ended up drawing collectors the world over. IMAGE: A painting from the Hamzanama. Just 61 pages are known to have survived, and when a single page was auctioned at Sotheby's in London in 1986, it sold for £148,000 (11.9 crore). Apart from the delicacy and detail, it's the rarity of miniature art that has fascinated collectors the world over, including King George III. Photograph: Courtesy ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Decoding Aurangzeb, a Great Mughal who divided opinion

What are we to make of such behaviour? Was Aurangzeb the demon that many have painted him to be? Was he anti-Hindu? Or was he just power hungry, desirous of conquering the whole of Hindustan?
 DNA1 month ago Book Review: Decoding Aurangzeb, a Mughal who divided opinion  DNA1 month ago
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