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Reborn Again

Yippee ! Back with a bang I come marching in,

seems nothing can wipe out my mile wide grin.

Back from verge of defeat, I scored a win, 200 more words


All the world's a stage - street life in the cities of Lucknow and Allahabad

Wandering the streets of Indian cities you’ll encounter some of the most astonishing street theatre anywhere in the world. It seems that life is lived on the streets, business is conducted and, for many, it’s simply the place to sit back or lie down and watch the world go by over a cup of chai. 693 more words


Highlights of Agra

Entering Agra district, we first visited Sikandara, the mausoleum of Emperor Akbar. The mausoleum was a beautiful red sandstone structure in the middle of a well-maintained lawn, which had deers roaming around the park. 1,017 more words


DAY 7 -JAMA MASJID, Delhi, India

After having a quick  lunch, we hopped on a tuk-tuk to reach our next destination, Jama Masjid.  The driver dropped us off on Esplanade Road at the east entrance, one of three gateways into the complex.  749 more words


Bhuranpur is not only famous for its palaces and forts but for many love stories of mughal emperors took place in this region. Aurangzeb fell in love with Hira Bai aka Zainabi Mahal in this same place. 592 more words


Shah Jahan

Shah Jahan was the fifth Mughal Emperor of India whose reign lasted from 1628 till 1658. Named Prince Khurram at birth, Shah Jahan was the son of Jahangir and his Rajput wife, Taj Bibi Bilqis Makani. 284 more words