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LA PRIMA STELLA ALPINA
Una volta tanto tempo fa una montagna malata di solitudine piangeva in silenzio. Tutti la guardavano stupiti: gli abeti, i faggi, le querce, le pervinche e i rododendri. Nessuna pianta però poteva farci niente, poiché era legata alla terra dalle radici. Così neppure un fiore sarebbe potuto sbocciare tra le sue rocce. Se ne accorsero anche le stelle, quando una notte le nuvole erano volate via per giocare a rimpiattino tra i rami dei pini più alti. Una di loro ebbe pietà di quel pianto senza speranza e scese guizzando dal cielo. Scivolò tra le rocce e i crepacci della montagna, finché si posò stancamente sull'orlo di un precipizio. Brrr!!! Che freddo faceva! ...Che pazza era stata a lasciare la quiete tranquilla del cielo! Il gelo l'avrebbe certamente uccisa. Ma la montagna corse ai ripari, grata per quella prova di amicizia data col cuore. Avvolse la stella con le sue mani di roccia in una morbida peluria bianca. Quindi la strinse, legandola a sé con radici tenaci. E quando l'alba spuntò, era nata la prima stella alpina...
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Mughal rule

In 1576, much of Bengal came under the control of the Mughal Empire. At the time, Dhaka emerged as Mughal military base, prior to this, Chittagong was the leading city of Bengal.[20] The development of townships and housing had resulted into a significant growth in population, as the town was proclaimed the capital (Rajmahal) of Bengal under Mughal rule in 1608, during this time many mosques, forts and universities had been built and Muslims were excused from paying taxes, this allowed many Muslims from surrounding areas to swell up the town transforming it into a city, it was at this time Dhaka was known as a city rather than a town or Fort.[21][22][23] Mughal documents record subahdar Islam Khan as the first administrator of the city.[24] Islam Khan named the city "Jahangir Nagar" (شهر از جهانگیر; City of Jahangir) in honour of Emperor Jahangir, although this name was dropped soon after Jahangir's death. A major expansion of the city took place under the direction of a general Shaista Khan on orders from the Emperor Aurangzeb in the 17th century.[22][23] The city then measured 19 by 13 kilometres (12 by 8 mi), with a population of nearly

one million people and over a 100 universities and hundreds of mosques.[25] Mughal rule was severely weakened after the death of Aurangzeb and control of the Bengal switched hands once more, however it is noted that Mughal expansion and influences can still be seen in the region, as it was under Mughal rule that Islam came to be dominant. Lalbagh Fort (Bengali: লালবাগ কেল্লা) (also Fort Aurangabad) is an incomplete 17th century Mughal fort complex in Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1] The construction was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later Emperor himself.
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Female Israeli soldiers faking injuries for TV news !! The entire world must see and share
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قصف اسرائيل على غزة اليوم شاهد المزيد من خلال الرابط
(وا إسلاماه )
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Subhanallah . Allah Hu Akhbar. 
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