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Halal restaurants of Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia
Most halal foods have their origin in Asian and African countries. Restaurants offering halal food are a great way to explore exotic cuisine of these lands and get introduced to their eating traditions. The picturesque city of Vancouver wedged between the R...

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Halal restaurants of Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia
Most halal foods have their origin in Asian and African countries. Restaurants offering halal food are a great way to explore exotic cuisine of these lands and get introduced to their eating traditions. The picturesque city of Vancouver wedged between the R...

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A visit to British Library, London,UK
I fell in love with libraries of the Western world when I first visited University of Toronto's expansive Robarts Library in downtown Toronto where I took a few courses in mid-2000s. During the visit  I laid hands on my life's first hard copy of 'Baburnama'...

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My take on the Government's interest in the ordinary citizen's gold

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A balanced piece on the #TigerofMysore  

#Tipu   #Tippu   #TipuSultan   #MysoreKingdom   #MysoreState  

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If conflicts between kingdoms, in what today is India, originated exclusively from differences in religions of the opposing kings why do we have the numerous instances of rulers professing one faith killing people of the same faith? This article looks into one such phase in the history of Karnataka and modern Hinduism, where people belonging to the Lingayat Sect were persecuted and mass murdered by a king who practised Hinduism.

#Tipu #Tippu #Tippoo #Wodeyar #Mysore #Srirangapatna #Seringapatam #Chikkadevaraja #Jangam #Lingayat #Mutt #Hinduism #Islam #Sringeri #Maratha #Basavapatna #Bijapur #Nair #Kerala #Mapilla

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Bengaluru's growth is irreversible
One of the hundreds of thousands of mature/ full-grown British-era roadside trees that were cut to expand the National Highway No: 4 in Bengaluru District.  (c) Ameen Ahmed I recollect those frequent return daily train trips between Tumakuru - Bengaluru bet...
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