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Golconda, 1953 by René Magritte.

Belgian Magritte (1898–1967), is a man that has been a fundamental key to surrealism. His influence in art has been a very effective one. Magritte had once said paintings are only “Images that do not hide anything. 655 more words


Golconda Fort in Hyderabad

Golconda (sometimes spelled as Golkonda) Fort was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Golconda which flourished in the 14th to 16th century. It is situated 11 kilometers from Hyderabad, the capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh. 373 more words


Diamonds Type IIa and Golconda Diamonds

I get excited about this subject — Golconda and/or Type IIa diamonds. Most people and diamond dealers think that diamonds are diamonds, and that they are all the same. 158 more words

Gerald David Bauman

Shrimp Festival is Sept. 20

Saturday, September 20, 2014
14th Annual Shrimp Festival
10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Downtown Golconda, Illinois

Farmer’s market starts at 7 a.m. Live music, helicopter rides, horse & carriage rides, and lots of fun all day and night.  32 more words

All The Buzz - Bee Informed

And here I am

…and here we are, two months later. Two months in India, two months as a teacher, two months living in a Hindi/Urdu/Telugu-speaking, Hindu/Muslim/Sikh/Christian-practicing, sari/lungi/kurta-wearing country. It already has been a crazy ride. 2,411 more words


The Mystery of a Dead Shrew

Observing the natural world has its own share of thrills. In the rainy evening of today, after enjoying the special tea and mirchi at a favourite joint, my friend Mayank and I set off to Fateh Darwaza, Golconda. 431 more words


Naya Qila : A Lost Paradise

How often do we come across a place that boasts of cultural and architectural heritage along with undisturbed wilderness? Naya Qila (or New Fort) in Hyderabad, India is one such a place. 723 more words