A church that wears looks of a temple and a mosque too, a festival that dates back to the Mughal rule and numerous monuments that have stories to... ...http://www.deccanherald.com/content/504418/mehrauli-monuments-speak-indias-multiculturalism.html
Maharana Pratap is one of the most courageous heroes of India's history whose 475th anniversary is being celebrated this year. Pratap defended his... ...http://www.mainstreamweekly.net/article5960.html
Royina Grewal Writer and organic farmer Royina Grewal explores the not so known side of Babur as a poet, aesthete and lover, in the first book of... ...http://archivev.asianage.com/books/man-behind-king-073
Pichvais today may be a pale shadow of what they once were but efforts are on to ensure that the art form gets back its traditional glory. Gargi... ...http://www.dnaindia.com/lifestyle/report-pichvais-take-centrestage-2128990
WHO could have imagined that the guns used by the Mughals against the Marathas were made by an Armenian? How many would know that an Armenian wife... ...http://www.thestatesman.com/news/supplements/the-india-armenia-connection/92933.html
This book, written by Mujahidul Ahsan...
Emperor Akbar had 1,000 cheetahs in...