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A neat little restaurant in Himachal Pradesh, India popular for its Italian and Mexican cuisines, soups and salads, and other assorted delicacies.
A 1988 motion picture based on the life of American primatologist Dian Fossey - a lone woman environmentalist who fought for the conservation of mountain Gorillas in Rawanda, East Africa.
One of the two greatest Indian poems the Mahabharata predates both the Homeric Iliad and Odyssey.
Written in Babur’s own native tongue of Chagatai (a now extinct Turkic dialect), translated into Persian and then finally into English, Baburnama, is more than the autobiography of the first Mughal emperor.
The Hindu Mythology by W.J Wilkins is considered to be a faithful English rendition of India's rich literature on gods and goddesses, and much more than just a mere translation.
History of the World, 6th edition, is what one can possibly hope for in a history book - an up to date product of two eminent historians of the 21st century, historical accuracy and available in a handheld size.
Authored by a World War 2 correspondent, The Blue Nile is a history classic that takes readers on a vividly descriptive journey of the river Nile.
A historical war film based on the battle of Isandlwana, South Africa, between the Zulu Kingdom and British Empire.
The next encounter between a victorious Zulu army and a small garrison of British soldiers, historically known as the battle of Rorke's drift.
Based on the reign of King John, the controversial English Monarch who ruled England after the death of his more famous brother, Richard the Lion Heart, Ironclad focuses on the Baronial revolt that plunged England into a state of civil war in the twelfth century and the historically true battle fought over Rochester Castle.