• India
    influence from the west, the erstwhile Indian architecture was slightly adapted to allow the traditions of the new religion. Fatehpur Sikri, Taj Mahal, Gol Gumbaz, Qutub Minar, Red Fort of Delhi are the creations of this era, and are often used as the stereotypical symbols of India, despite the greater...
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  • India
    of us, but equally Indian to us all… Red Fort – A remainder of unexploited progress The atrophy of the line of association that binds people is more fearsome than economic stagnation, or political apathy. “India is the most important country for the future of the world” E.P...
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  • Subhash Chandra Bose
    plane which crashed in Taiwan,[6] which is disputed as there are no evidences.[7] The trials of the INA soldiers at Red Fort, Delhi, in late 1945 caused huge public response in India.[8][9]...
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  • India My Country
    . The Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, The Qutab and the Red Fort are a few of the many wonders which attract people from all over the world. Kashmir has been described as a paradise on earth. The country of mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes is a fit abode for the gods. Ooty, Nilgiris and the temples of South India, as also Kajuraho, Ajanta and Ellora caves are the places one can boast of....
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  • Notes
    its use and took up arms against their British masters. At Delhi, they captured the famous "Lal Qila" (Red Fort) and reinstated Bahadar Shah Zafar (the last Mughul monarch) to throne. Soldiers in other garrisons also followed the suit and soon much of north and central India was plunged into a year...
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  • Oil and Gas
    transport, nine corridors have been identified and are being constructed as High Capacity Bus Systems (for example, one from Ambedkar Nagar to Red Fort). Six of these corridors are expected to be operational in 2010. Additionally, The Delhi Metro will be expanded to accommodate more people and boost...
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  • Culture of India
    various objects, rooms, materials, etc. are to be placed. With the advent of Islamic influence from the west, Indian architecture was adapted to allow the traditions of the new religion. Fatehpur Sikri, Taj Mahal, Gol Gumbaz, Qutub Minar, Red Fort of Delhi are creations of this era, and are often...
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  • Model Test Paper
    History project India in the past - its rulersDifferent parts of India have different histories and legends. Indians in different parts of the country look at their past from a different point of view than Indians in other parts of India. Indian history has a past of over thousands of years. The...
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  • Marketing
    , Fatehpur Sikri, Jaunpur, Jhansi, Kalinjar, Kanpur, Kapilvastu, Kushinagar, Lucknow, Mahoba, Sarnath, Sravasti, Varanasi, Vrindavan, Gorakhpur, Dudhwa National Park FORTS AND PALACES: * Red Fort * Sikri Fort * Panch Mahal * Tomb of Hazrat Salim Chisti * Buland Darwaza * Jama...
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  • Travel
    the Indian travelers. | Konkani, Marathi, English and Hindi are the languages of the state where memories of the past blend with the present to make everyone proud of his heritage. Temples and churches have mingled with forts and the ruins of ages have gone by to give way to an exotic location...
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  • Indian News Broadcasting
    could not enjoy the original colour of the objects because of black and white transmission. First multi-colour programme was the Prime Minister’s address to the nation from Red Fort in Delhi on India’s 35th Independence Day. In the same day, DD National channel was launched. The aim of launching...
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  • S C Bose
    in an overloaded Japanese plane which crashed in Taiwan,[5] which is disputed.[6] The trials of the INA soldiers at Red Fort, Delhi, in late 1945 caused huge public response in India.[7][8] Clement Attlee, the British Prime Minister during whose rule India became independent, mentioned that INA...
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    ^ "Singh becomes third PM to hoist flag at Red Fort for 9th time". Business Standard. 15 August 2012. Retrieved 17 August 2012. ^ Jump up to: a b c "Red Fort Complex". World Heritage List. UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Retrieved 15 November 2009. ^ Jump up to: a b Schreitmüller, Karen...
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  • Subash Chandra Bose's Child Hood
    received after attempting to escape in an overloaded Japanese plane which crashed in Taiwan,[4] which is disputed.[5] The trials of the INA soldiers at Red Fort, Delhi, in late 1945 caused huge public response in India.[6][7] Clement Attlee, the British Prime Minister during whose rule India became...
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  • India and the World Science, Are We There?
    travel guide from Wikitravel [show]  Chennai | | | [show] v • d • eChennai Topics | | | History | History of Chennai, Fort St George, Madras Presidency, George Town, Chennai, Pallava, SMS Emden (1906), Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle (1748), Siege of Madras, Battle of Madras, Carnatic Wars...
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  • Politics
    by him since they were against the Islamic law. He also developed royal factories called karkhanas in which thousands of slaves were employed. About 300 new towns were built during his reign. The famous among them was Firozabad near Red Fort in Delhi, now called Firoz Shah Kotla. Old monuments like...
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  • Red Eagle and the Fort Mims Massacre
    orchestrated by William “Red Eagle” Weatherford, and, as news of the massacre spread, Americans found themselves in a war against the angry Creek. Although the massacre at Fort Mims served to ignite war with the United States, was this really the beginning? What happened to make William Weatherford and...
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  • Ethics
    temples at Konark, Khajuraho and Mahabalipuram are unique works of Indian sculpture. In the later centuries, Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Humayun's Tomb show a blend of Indian and Mughal architecture. Our ancestors excelled not only in philosophy but also in science. The Atharaveda is a storehouse...
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  • HANDICRAFTS OF GUJARAT
    variations are a manifestation of clan and community characteristics. This Textile leagcy in the state has a chequered history dating back three thousand years to the Indus Valley Civilization. Years of migrations, conquests, and trade coupled with the ingenuity of the Gujarati craftsmen resulted in a vast...
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  • Sanctuary of India
    James Mill's History of India (1817), after which it became the grist of schoolboy texts on India. As the forces for the battle were building up, the British settlement at Fort William sought assistance from Presidency of Fort St. George at Madras, which sent Colonel Robert Clive and Admiral...
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