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Sanskrit is an "Icon of Indian Culture"

Hi guys…! I am here with my first blog.

Today I want to share one recent experience which inspired me to write blog on “ 438 more words

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Vidisha – One of the oldest cities of the Indian subcontinent

Vidisha is located 10km northeast of Sanchi, between Betwa and Bes Rivers. It was one of the oldest cities in the Indian subcontinent and was a major commercial centre in the 5th and 6th centuries BC. 569 more words

Travel

Announcement - Etsy shop is open:)

Hello everyone,

Hope your week is going well. I have some good news to share with you all. The Etsy shop for ShivinCreations is now open. 116 more words

Art And Crafts

Mamang Dai conferred with 2nd Luminous Lummer Dai Literary Award

The journalist and author Mamang Dai has been awarded the ‘Luminous Lummer Dai Literary Award’ for her “outstanding contributions to the world of literature.” The award owes its name to the late novelist Lummer Dai and has been awarded for the second time this year.

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Writing the Mughal Empire: The Memoirs of Babur

The British Library is hosting a lecture on the Baburnama, rare manuscripts that help question the one-sided cultural exchange between Europe and Islamic worlds. The Baburnama are the memoirs of Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur, founder of the Mughal Empire in India. 20 more words

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Eternally Etched!

via Photo Challenge: Textures

Being a history buff, all of my travel plans have to include at least one historical place! It may sound boring to most of you, but I absolutely love exploring history. 352 more words

Ancient Indian Culture

Jhansi Fort – A symbol of the Indian Mutiny of 1857

Jhansi Fort is situated on Bangira hilltop in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It was constructed in 1613 by Bir Sing Deo the king of Orchha. 515 more words

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