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Enjoy Mughal cuisine in Old Delhi
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 Times, 6 days ago
Recreating lost cuisines of India Times of India, 1 week ago

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DNA India

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 week ago Was Mughal emperor Aurangzeb responsible for destroying India's multiculturalism?  DNA India2 weeks ago
DNA

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.
 DNA3 days ago Rise in Muslim numbers due to 'politics of religion': Shiv Sena  Asian Age3 days ago Muslim population increasing because there are no ...  Firstpost.com3 days ago Rise in Muslim numbers due to politics of religion: Shiv Sena  Livemint.com3 days ago
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BBM

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 News4 weeks ago Explore India's Most Famous Landmark And More In Agra  BBM3 weeks ago 13 Palace Hotels In India Where You Can Feel Like A Royal  Indiatimes4 weeks ago Saris, religious fabrics highlight of India festival in London  Hindustan Times1 week ago
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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 Herald3 weeks ago Mughals knew protecting cows was way to rule hearts of Indians, says Rajnath Singh  Indian Express3 weeks ago BGB vows to stop cattle smuggling  Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago Mughals understood Indian cow tradition: Rajnath Singh  Asian Age3 weeks ago
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The Freepress Journal

Delicious Ramadan spread at Delhi

02:30 pm Delhi being the capital of India has a lot of influence of foods which belong to the royal era of the Mughals. The recipes which were passed down from the royal cooks have settled here to serve the massive crowd especially during Ramzan.
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Old Delhi attract crowds with its Mughal-era recipes  The Statesman1 month ago Old Delhi eateries still woo crowds with Mughal-era recipies  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago With Mughal-era recipes, old Delhi eateries still draw crowds  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
TakePart

Iconic sweets shop in Delhi downs shutter

NEW DELHI: India's capital just lost a landmark: a more than 200-year-old sweets shop that tingled the palate of Mughal and British rulers as well of up-scale Indians with its signature delicacies is now all set to fade into history, if not into ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago A 225-Year-Old Sweet Shop Is Closing Because People Want to Eat Candy Bars  TakePart1 month ago Why did Delhi's 'oldest sweet shop' shut down?  BBC1 month ago Ghantewala tolls no more  DNA1 month ago
Kashmir Observer

Changing rules of economic diplomacy

Central Asia loves its historical links with India. These republics see India through the eyes of Babur, the first Mughal emperor, since he is their icon. I was pleasantly surprised at the number of Alaghs in that region, something I discovered when ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago How Central Asia's links with India fostered a culture that celebrated difference  Kashmir Observer1 month ago
Business Insider India

Decline of the Mughal rule Lessons modern businesses can learn

Never make archaic faults ever again! The idea of the advent of 'modernism' in India is typically associated with the advent of the West. While it's rightly deemed as the age of Democracy, rule of Law, Science and Reason, if we refer to the ...
 Business Insider India1 month ago
EventFAQs

McCain Organises Annual Sales ...

Brandwidth Events McCain Foods India organised a three-day Annual Sales Conference for their employees at the ITC Mughal, Agra from June 30 to July 2. The entire event was conceptualised and executed by Brandwidth Events in association with ...
 EventFAQs1 month ago
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