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The Taj Mahal stands in front of us as a souvenir of the unconditional love of Shah Jahan for his late wife. But before the Taj Mahal even saw the light of the day, Rahim Khane Khan built a similar mausoleum in Delhi for his late wife, Mah Banu.

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Inverting the trope: Gond Ramayani and Laxman’s trial by fire

One of the most popular epics of India is the Ramayana, it’s a story that’s well known across the subcontinent. However what a lot of people don’t know is that there exists in India itself, across its various communities and regions various versions of the Ramayana, which vary greatly not just in their symbolism but in their narrative too.

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Jal Jungle Zameen: The legend of Komaram Bheem

S.S. Rajamouli’s blockbuster hit, RRR is based on the life of two great tribal leaders of India, Alluri Sitaram Raju, and Komaram Bheem. While the movie portrays a fictional account of their lives, their real-life was just as fascinating as their reel life. And this is the story of Komaram Bheem and his struggle against injustice and oppression.

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Lord Curzon : The First Viceroy

Partition of Bengal, mismanagement of famine, and epitome of the Britishers' divide and rule policies, Lord Curzon, appointed as the Viceroy of India.

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Unravelling the Story of Madam Cama

History often forgets women. Women of great zeal, resilience, and power collect dust in the collective memory of society. One such woman who shaped and nurtured the cause of the Indian freedom struggle on foreign soil, Bhikaji Rustom Cama, was born today.