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Is the Taj Mahal a tomb or Shiva temple
Is the Taj Mahal a tomb or Tejo Mahalaya Mahadev Temple? These days there are a lot of debates about the Taj Mahal’s identity of being a tomb or temple. The follower of both the religion claims it to be an integral part of their culture. The Taj Tours comes out with some facts before...
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8 UNESCO sites in Rajasthan
8 Must visit UNESCO sites in Rajasthan Rajasthan is one of the most vibrant and colorful states in India with its rich culture and traditions since ancient times. It is known as the land of warriors and beautiful princess who even chose to die for saving their chastity and had a great affinity with their...
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It is quite common to see that most of the foreigners who lands in India would certainly pick up some good Indian habits. It does not matter which country they are from. The amazing habits are:
Amazing Habits that foreigners learn in India It is quite common to see that most of the foreigners who lands in India would certainly pick up some good Indian habits. It does not matter which country they are from. The amazing habits are: 1) Namaste Namaste is one of the most common forms of greeting...
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Raksha Bandhan a symbol of Hindu Muslim unity
Raksha Bandhan a symbol of Hindu – Muslim unity In 1535 India was ruled by Humanyun, the second Mughal emperor. At the same time Rani Karnavati was ruling from Chittor. After becoming widow, she became the reagent of her minor son. There were many rulers who wanted to take an advantage of this situation. One...
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Razia Sultan-Her True Story
Razia Sultan – Her true Story Razia Sultana was born in 1205, and was the favorite daughter of Shamshuddin Iltutmish. When she was five years of age, Qutubuddin Aibak died after a fall from the horse while playing polo. Iltutmish, her father was made the Sultan of Delhi. Being the favorite child, she was allowed...
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Untold history of Agra Fort
AGRA FORT is one of the most imperative and strongly built edifices of the Mughal rulers, inflated with the sum of opulently adorned buildings incorporating the daunting Mughal style of art and construction. It is situated in Agra of Uttar Pradesh, India. The fort is popular among tourists as Red Fort, Fort Rouge and Laal...
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Food Cities of India
India is also renowned for its spicy cuisine all over the world. The five cities of India have emerged as the top destinations for foodies. According to a survey on top food destinations in the country are Amritsar, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. The top cities for food lovers include Amritsar which is known for...
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