Thursday, February 02 2023

December 27, 2022

Agra youth builds ‘shelter’ home for disabled orphans

Agra – Anil Joseph of Agra had a dream of doing something for the society since his childhood. Eventually, Anil built a home for 75 disabled children. He started looking for the right opportunity after completing his diploma in 2002. The idea of starting this home came to him when he came across a mother holding a child, who was handicapped, on a visit to a clinic in Agra. Anil immediately understood the condition of the child. The child’s mother

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December 23, 2022

Agra Municipal Corporation sent notice to Taj Mahal to pay property tax and water tax of more than 1 Crore Rupees

Agra Municipal Corporation has sent a notice for payment of property tax of Rs 1.40 lakh and water tax of about Rs 1 crore for historical monument Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal has been issued a notice for property tax and water bill for the first time in its 370-year history. This notice has been issued to ASI Agra. The Agra office of the Archaeological Survey of India is saying that it is a mistake. The ASI officer says that property

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December 17, 2022

Mini Varanasi is not far from Agra

Agra – Bateshwar village is often described as a mini Varanasi as it is a holy riverside village for Hindus full of Shiva temples. This small village is infinitely more peaceful than Varanasi. It is very enjoyable to go boating here on the river Yamuna and enjoy the feeling of peaceful reverence among the temples. Across the river there is a meadow, and trees full of birds, so only the songs of the birds and the many pleasant bells of

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December 16, 2022

There are only two quantum computers in India, one at IIT Mumbai and the other at DEI Agra

Agra. Often after getting higher education many youths leave from Agra and move to some big city. A young professional said that there is no harm in living in Agra. He said though I am not from Agra but I decided to stay here. The question arises why this highly educated youth chose Agra after living in all the metro cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi NCR? He wrote that he used to come here almost once every two

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December 13, 2022

Here is Shimla’s most useless person Sardar Sarabjit Singh

Shimla – His name is Sarabjit Singh, but people lovingly call him by the name of Bobby. Neither he has any work at home nor at the shop. Sometimes he is going to drop the patients to the emergency with an ambulance and sometimes he takes the unclaimed dead bodies to the crematorium. In the evening, when people / tourists are enjoying the weather while roaming on the Mall Road, this guy is feeding the patients in the cancer hospital

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December 11, 2022

India’s crown jewel tourist city Agra why it is so dirty

Agra – The people of Agra, a famous tourist city of the world, have always been dreaming of seeing their city clean one day. The world is entering 2023 but it is difficult to say when this dream of the people of Agra will be fulfilled. Foreign tourists who come to see the Taj Mahal do not understand why the crown jewel of India Agra has become a hell of filth, for which the citizens and the municipal corporation leave

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December 9, 2022

Architecture was strictly followed in the decoration of the Taj Mahal

Agra – The Mughals believed that precious and semi-precious stones had different effects on the fortunes of different individuals and places. They can be auspicious or inauspicious. The semi-precious and precious stones used in the Taj Mahal were sometimes brought from distant places such as Upper Tibet, Kumaon, Jaisalmer, Cambay and Ceylon. It has been calculated and the architecture was strictly followed in the decoration of Taj Mahal. Mainly for these reasons, we see the predominance of some or the

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December 5, 2022

Fascination of pigeon flying is still continuing in Taj City Agra since the time of the Mughals

The fascination of pigeon flyong in Agra continues even now from the time of the Mughals. Mughal emperor Akbar was very fond of pigeons. Pigeon flying was considered a recreational sport. Pigeon flying was a favorite past time of many Nawabs. The Mughal Emperor Akbar had a great fascination for this medieval game, which was eventually banned in the country. In 2004, this ban was lifted later and the flying was revived by the traditions of dovecote.A pigeoner, also known

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