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CharMinar (Four Minarets)

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Arranged blast in the core of the old city of Hyderabad, the Charminar (Urdu ‘Roast’ which means Four and ‘Minar’ which means Tower) is a standout amongst the most perceived landmarks in India. It is the engineering symbol for the city of Hyderabad, comparable to any semblance of the Taj Mahal of Agra or the Eiffel Tower of Paris and is the most looked through verifiable site of the city on Google.

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Leh Palace

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Leh Palace additionally alluded as the ‘Lhachen Palkhar’ is a days of old imperial royal residence situated in the beautiful Ladakhi Himalayan town of Leh in the territory of Jammu and Kashmir, India.

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The ruined Royal Palace in Leh
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Noor Inayat Khan

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Noor Inayat Khan was a British covert agent and Special Operations Executive (SOE) operator who worked in Nazi-involved France amid World War II, and was caught and executed at only 30 years old. She was likewise the primary female radio administrator to work covert in France, transferring messages to the Allied powers, co-ordinating critical missions and sparing endless lives.

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Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan, circa 1943
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Kathak: Traditional Indian Dance

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Kathak is one of the primary classifications of antiquated Indian established move and is customarily respected to have started from the voyaging troubadours of North India alluded as Kathakars or storytellers. These Kathakars meandered around and conveyed unbelievable stories by means of music, move and tunes very like the early Greek theater. The class created amid the Bhakti development, the pattern of mystical dedication which advanced in medieval Hinduism.

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Kathak dancer Arushi Nishank performing at Lucknow Kathak Sansthan.
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Safdarjung Tomb

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Built: 1754

By Who?: Nawab Shujaud Daula

Location: At the Intersection of Safdarjung Road and Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi, India

Architectural Style: Mughal Empire style

History

Safdarjung, a Persian local and a relative of Qara Yusuf from the Kara Koyunlu, was conceived as Muhammad Muqim in-Khurasan in 1708 AD. In 1722 AD, he moved to India. He turned into the Subadar Nawab of Oudh that is the leader of the territory of Oudh or Awadh area on March 19, 1739, succeeding his maternal uncle turned dad in-law Burhan ul Mulk Saadat Ali Khan I, apparently paying off Nadir Shah with twenty million rupees. He served the situation for a mind-blowing duration. Ruler Nasir-ud-Din Muhammad Shah offered to him the title of “Safdarjung”.

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Nandlal Bose – Indian Painter

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Nandalal Bose was one of those painters who battled despite seemingly insurmountable opposition so as to seek after his energy. In contrast to numerous other Indian painters, Bose did not have the help of his family. Be that as it may, the trust he had in his own enthusiasm and capacity, at last transformed him into a standout amongst the most observed Indian painters of the twentieth Century.

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