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March 21, 2023

Foreign tourists also like to see the colonial architectures of Agra

Agra – In addition to the Mughal era buildings, the architectural heritage of the colonial times can be seen in the city of Agra. Agra was a regionally important center during the British period. Most of the structures and diverse architectural heritage are located on the MG Road and Civil Lines areas of Agra. Also in the cantonment area of Agra, many buildings from the colonial times can be seen.Many buildings have also been preserved as churches or academic or

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March 17, 2023

Old photographs of Lala Deen Dayal of Agra are a fascinating part of the British Library

Many people throw away old photos but later they have to repent. The India Office Photograph Collection of the British Library London has the largest collection of photographs from India and Pakistan and other parts of Asia since 1850 with approximately 250,000 old photographs. Old photos of Afghanistan, Tibet, Nepal, Sikkim, Burma (Myanmar) and China can also be seen in these photos. Lala Deen Dayal’s photographs of Agra are remarkable in this museum. The British Library continues to add old

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March 13, 2023

Vehicles in India neither stop nor give way to pedestrians

Most of the Indian cities appear to be quite unsafe for the pedestrian population. Sadly, Indian roads are never designed with priority given to pedestrian safety. Usually a small area is allotted for pedestrians on the roads which is left after the construction of the road. There is no space for pedestrians on most of the roads.Pedestrians walking on the road are always at risk of being hit by an overtaking vehicle, speeding or the driver being distracted. Some underground

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March 11, 2023

Canada also want to start Indore’s sanitation technology in the cities

Indore city is getting fame for cleanliness not only in India but also abroad. Startups from India and Canada will work together on new technologies for waste management. In which Indore’s startup ‘Swaha’ is also included, which works exclusively in solid waste management. The Government of Canada also wants to start this technology in Canadin cities. Meena Bhullar, Trade Commissioner of the High Commission of Canada had come to Indore a few days ago in connection with this program. ‘

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March 8, 2023

They are surrounded by darkness outside but there is a light inside

New Delhi – Veteran photojournalist Shipra Das has been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the National Photography Awards, given by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.Her photo book The Light Within, A Different Vision of Life is the culmination of a 12 year long project. When Shipra Das decided to create a book that would depict the lives of the blind, she didn’t want it to inspire the usual mix of sympathy and pity. Shipra wanted it to

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February 18, 2023

Musti, the ancient martial art of Varanasi, is slowly disappearing now

Varanasi – You might have heard about the martial arts of Varanasi. It was a popular art form in the 1960s, but is now rarely seen in Banaras. From musti (fist) and yuddha (fight) in Sanskrit, the name means “fist fight” (fight, fight and struggle). The art now usually refers to muqi boxing in Varanasi, the only surviving unarmed style . In the state of Punjab, an armed form of boxing known as loh-musti is still practiced, in which the

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February 13, 2023

The stories of the bygone era are still hidden in the old Havelis of Agra

Agra – There are many old 19th century havelis in and around Agra’s very old street Sethgali. These havelis have special wrought iron railings. At that time these railings made of iron casting were imported from Great Britain. These beautiful railings were a symbol of the wealth that resided behind these secure walls. Most of these multistoried havelis had akhadas or traditional gymnasiums. The public police system at that time was not very efficient. That is why the rich Seths

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February 10, 2023

Foreign delegates coming to G20 will be welcomed in Agra with Braj art and culture

(Rajiv Saxena) Agra – Foreign delegates coming to participate in the G20 meeting will also visit Agra’s Taj Mahal, Fort and Itmad-ud-Daula. On February 12, all the three monuments will be closed for four hours for the general public and tourists. Ministers from many countries will attend the first meeting of the G-20 to be held in Agra. It is said that in the first meeting there will be a meeting of the Group of Ministers to discuss the issue

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