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Casual and comfortable cable knit sweaters hand spun and hand knitted to bring out the warmth of pure wool.
The history of the second Mughal emperor Humayun, penned by his half sister Gulbadan Begum and translated by Annette. S. Beveridge.
A hereditary idol maker from West Bengal, India, who has resided in the city of Ranchi since 1983, building his reputation and clientele from scratch, Ajoy Pal is an exemplification of the life the historic idol makers normally leads in present times and their continuing importance during traditional festivals.
In 1991 as the British Council Library decided to shut down, a former psychiatrist nurse took over the responsibility of making education affordable to students, leading to the founding of the International Library and Culture Center in Ranchi, Jharkhand.
Now found mostly in rare antique shops and cherished for their nostalgic connection to British India's colonial past, a surviving masterpiece from furniture maker C. Lazarus and sons continues to grow gracefully inside a club that itself has been around since 1864.
As much the son of the Mughal emperor Babur and half brother to Humayun, Kamran Mira may after after all not have been the rebellious and traitorous prince he has been made out to be
In the 15th century as heir and prince Humayun had been taken gravely ill with a life threatening fever, the emperor Babur participated in a medieval rite that ultimately led to his own death.
Created by Stuart Elliott and Mark Lewis for the History Channel in 2005, an Emmy award winning visual narrative that reveals the history of the medieval Crusades, a holy war that continues to debated by modern day critics for its controversial nature.
In 1800, W.J. Wilkins in his quest to interpret ancient Vedic mythology for English readers, unearthed an amusing account of how the Shiva Lingam came to be.
A warrior, poet and a celebrated personality in Persian and Gurkani history, Bairam Beg Bahrulu was a loyal military commander of the Gurkani army instrumental in consolidating Akbar's empire in Hindustan.