Among Delhi’s most upscale addresses, Aurangzeb Road, named after the longest-ruling Mughal emperor, which now has a new name, is steeped in... ...http://www.mydigitalfc.com/opinion/bfifth-columnistb-road-any-name-312
The radical right is bound to have a problem with the current Indian Vice-President. He does not play the Veena publicly, quote freely from Hindu... ...http://www.firstpost.com/politics/vhp-shouldnt-expect-hamid-ansari-to-be-rubber-stamp-the-v-p-has-a-mind-of-his-own-2418570.html
Salimgarh, north-east of the Red Fort, is a monument worth visiting, more so now that it houses the museum of the freedom struggle. But how many... ...http://www.thestatesman.com/news/supplements/the-gaunt-salimgarhs-of-delhi-and-agra/87231.html
Brimming with spirituality with the smell of fresh flowers and incense wafting from the shrine, Ajmer-Sharif, located near a lake and ringed by a... ...http://www.outlooktraveller.com/article/the-heart-of-sufis-ajmer-sharif-1007929
Yes, Aurangzeb was a tyrant who ill-treated his subjects. But was he the only Mughal emperor guilty of this, asks Syed Firdaus Ashraf. Last week,... ...http://www.rediff.com/news/column/why-target-aurangzeb-alone-mr-kejriwal/20150901.htm
This book, written by Mujahidul Ahsan...
Emperor Akbar had 1,000 cheetahs in...