Tuesday, August 16 2022

July 20, 2022

Gurudayal Sharma of Mathura took Chandrakala Sweets to South India in the 1940s

Mathura – Like the charm of ancient temples, Bombay Sweets restaurant opened in 1949 also brings back the nostalgia of Mathura. In Thanjavur city of Tamil Nadu, everyone knows the sweet of Mathura called Chandrakala. Guru Dayal Sharma of Mathura, who made traditional sweets, gave a new name to Gujiyas here, Chandrakala. He was originally from the holy land of Mathura, having moved south for work in the 1940s. Thanjavur is an important center of South Indian religion, art and

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July 18, 2022

Indian couple opens first Indian restaurant at Niagara Falls

Now tourists visiting Niagara Water Falls will also be able to eat Indian food there.Aura on the Lake is the first Indian restaurant near Niagara Falls. It is run by an Indian couple – Nitin and Anjana Sharma. Nitin Aura is a resident of Delhi. Nitin is the head chef of this Indian restaurant. He loves to perform miracles with his hand in the kitchen of his dream restaurant, so that he can bring double the joy to Indian tourists

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July 16, 2022

Sitaram made many attractive paintings on Agra ,200 years ago

Agra- Sitaram was a famous painter of the British era. He came to Agra in 1814–15 during a visit from Kolkata to Delhi with the Marquess of Hastings, the Governor General of Bengal. He liked Agra very much. Many paintings of Agra are found in his paintings collection. Seeing the painting of his old lady’s pool, there were huge trees and plenty of water on the shore. In the painting, water is filled on both sides of the bridge and

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July 15, 2022

Wildlife of the world will never forget the name of Raja

The loss of the Raja is a great mourning not only for India but also for the wildlife of the world. Raja was one of the longest living Bengal tigers. He remained the king of the jungle for 25 years and 10 months. The life of a Bengal tiger usually ranges from 15 to 16 years. But Raja broke all the barriers and lived more than 25 years. Raja was brought to South Khairbari in 2008 after being injured by

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July 12, 2022

The asafetida market in Agra reminds the history of the Indian footwear industry

Agra – The history of shoe Industry in Agra is very old. After the establishment of Mughal rule in India in 1526, Agra was also one of the important centers of trade like Delhi, Srinagar and Lahore. The food spices etc were imported from far flung places by the Mughals. Asafoetida was used extensively in Mughlai cuisine. Asafoetida in Agra was imported from Afghanistan and Iran that time. Asafoetida was brought packed in leather containers called mushak. Once the masks

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July 10, 2022

Big success for Bhutanese film ‘School at the end of the world’

Bhutanese film ‘ The School n the end of the World ‘ (Lunana) is having particular success worldwide. The film tells the story of a modern youth named Ugyen, who lives in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. His dream was to go to Australia and make a career as a singer. But he is sent as a young teacher to the remotest part of Bhutan. Bound by his employment contract with the government, the young man was forced to accept

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July 9, 2022

Heritage Holipura village of Agra is full of havelis like Shekhawati

Agra – Apart from the Taj Mahal, what is there in Agra, people often ask this question. Old havelis like Shekhawati can be seen at a distance of one and a half hours from the Taj. In this unknown village of Holipura in Agra, there are about 30 beautiful havelis owned by Chaturvedi dynasty about 300 years old. While strolling through the streets of this heritage village, you can come across many mansions made up of a combination of Indian

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July 8, 2022

Uttar Pradesh Government to retire corrupt employees and employees unfit for work

The Uttar Pradesh government will retire government employees above 50 years of age who are unfit for work or are facing corruption charges. State Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra has issued an order on Tuesday to complete the screening of employees who have completed 50 years of age in all departments by July 31.This rule will not apply to all employees, employees involved in corruption will be identified by screening. The screening work was stopped for two years due to

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