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The history of the second Mughal emperor Humayun, penned by his half sister Gulbadan Begum and translated by Annette. S. Beveridge. http://farbound.net/when-women-meet-after-eons-anette-s-beveridge-gulbadan-begum-humayunnama-historyof-humayun/
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A hereditary idol maker from West Bengal, India, residing in the city of Ranchi since 1983, Ajoy Pal represents the historic idol makers in present times: http://farbound.net/mud-water-earth-and-all-that-it-takes-to-make-a-sculpture/
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In 1991 as the British Council Library decided to shut down, a former psychiatrist nurse took over the responsibility of making education affordable to students. http://farbound.net/the-benevolent-mrs-ab-davis-international-library-and-culture-center-ranchi-jharkhand/
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A colonial era Billiard table by furniture maker C. Lazarus and sons inside a club that's been around since 1864. http://farbound.net/they-dont-play-billiards-like-this-anymore-clazarus-billiard-table-union-club-and-library/
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As much the son of the Mughal emperor Babur and half brother to Humayun, Kamran Mira has traditionally been portrayed as a traitorous prince. http://farbound.net/brothers-till-fate-decides-otherwise-kamran-mirza-humayun-half-brother/
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In the 15th century as heir and prince Humayun had been taken gravely ill with a life threatening fever, the emperor Babur participated in a medieval rite that ultimately led to his own death. http://farbound.net/was-it-a-fathers-love-that-killed-mughal-emperor-babur-babur-humayun-transfer-illness-medieval-beliefs/
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Created for the History Channel in 2005, an Emmy award winning visual narrative that reveals the history of the medieval Crusades, a holy war debated for its controversial nature. http://farbound.net/the-crescent-and-the-cross/
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In 1800, Wilkins in his quest to interpret Vedic mythology unearthed an amusing account of the Shiva Lingam: http://farbound.net/how-shiva-lost-his-manhood/
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In history: A celebrated military personality in Persian and Mughal history, Bairam Beg Bahrulu was a Mughal commander whose loyalty was the stuff of legends: http://farbound.net/a-bond-that-ran-thicker-than-blood/
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Shop. Stay. Dine. Travel. With the Farbound.Net Community: Bhutti Weavers Co-operative Society. http://farbound.net/category-page-producer-bhutti-weavers-co-operative-society-kullu-india/
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