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Article about Sam Bahadur, the Field Marshal who never feared anyone, event the administration

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Check out the new face of Bateshwar Complex of Chambal Valley

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Parliament of India was designed for 3 houses, but only Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha survived. What happened to 3rd house?

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  THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN NRI ACHIEVERS’ JULY-2016 EDITION   This month, we celebrate the birthday of a fearless hunter, who turned into a saviour for tigers in India. I came across this story while I was sitting on the shore of Kosi River of…

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PHOOLWALON KI SAIR SAIR-I-GULFAROSHA.N When Mughal conquered India, they adopted the Indian lifestyle and respected religion of locals. From Akbar offering Chhatar to Hindu temples and donating land for Golden Temple of Sikhs, each Mughal emperor was…

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17th December 2015: I got a call from S. Gurpreet Singh Anand called me and invite me over tea. I was excited to meet him as he had just put me in touch with Janab Faqir Syed Saifuddin of Fakir Khana Museum of Lahore. Faqir sahib comes from the legendary…

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“Come to Red Fort to meet me this Sunday”, said Sh. K.K. Muhammed, the then Superintending Archaeologist of Delhi Circle ASI. “Where in Red Fort?”, I asked. He said, “just say my name and guards will direct you.” Till this point, all I knew was that K.K.…

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Our walk in Mehrauli, well captured by Nilanjan
And Yogmaya Temple, Adam khan's Tomb & Zafar Mahal & Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki's Dargah  and Baoli and Banda Bahadur' s gurudwara and place of martyrdom.
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Lalkot Fort walk with Vikramjit Singh Rooprai, New Delhi
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The “Rashtrapati Bhawan” has several secrets hidden under its facade, with some amazing facts tending to surface to surprise you. Right from its regal metal gates to the opulent residence cum office of the President of India, it has quite a few magical…

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In modern day, word ‘Tawaif’ is associated with prostitution. However, Tawaifs were originally respected members of the feudal society of India and considered as an authority on etiquettes. Tawaifs are also known as Kanjaris in North India. They were the…
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