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The Tunday Kababi Of Lucknow

  The best way to understand India is to know its dynasty of food, culture, tradition, and monuments that never fades away. Above all, this dynasty of ours has years of history linked to it. With culture, tradition, and monuments you must've analyzed what this article is going to be about.

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The Ruins of Hampi: The Entirety Of Our past

Introduction Ever wondered how ruins can be entirety? If you are someone who loves exploring historical sites, then this blog is a bliss for you. The place we are talking about in this blog is a must-visit for everyone. We are talking about the magnificent city of ruins- Hampi.  Most of you

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Bastille Day – La Fête Nationale

The French Revolution was a long, gruesome phase in French history. It lasted for a decade. The revolution, however, was firmly established on the 14th July 1789 (or le 14th Juillet, 1789) when several common French people stormed a prison by the name of Bastille. The bloodshed and rioting at

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TULIP MANIA: The World’s First Financial Bubble

Yes, you read the title right! Tulip Mania illustrates one characteristic of a soap bubble - impermanence, or in easier terms, vulnerability! WHAT IS A MARKET BUBBLE? A market bubble is an economic process incorporating a rapid escalation of asset prices driven vivacious market behavior followed by a contraction accounting to an

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Taxila, A UNESCO Heritage Site

Taxila is one of the various world heritage sites present in Pakistan. It is situated 31 km to the west of Islamabad the capital of Pakistan. It is one among the seven tehsils of Rawalpindi district. The city in the earlier days was known as Takshashila. The recorded history of

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Ajanta and Ellora Caves

Ajanta and Ellora are beautifully carved out rock-cut caves which are located near Aurangabad of Maharashtra, India. These caves are a perfect example of diversity in spirituality as well because both of these caves state a perfect amalgamation of Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu monuments. Ajanta caves account to 30 in

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