Jahangir Current Affairs, GK & News
Jahangir 1605-1627 Salim, who had more than once openly rebelled against his father, sat the throne 8 days after death of Akbar in 1605 as Nuruddin Jahangir, the conqueror of the world. Salim, the child of many prayers, born under the superstitious spell of a mystic saint was a pampered baby, who grew as an ....Read More
The architectural heritage of Orchha town in Madhya Pradesh has been included in UNESCO’s tentative list of world heritage sites following a proposal sent by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to the U.N. body. According to the rules, to be a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, the heritage or any historical site first ..
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