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Bite into a slice of India’s architectural diversity with these digital archives

While conversations about protecting and archiving India’s cultural heritage have been going on for decades, an emphasis on understanding the built heritage is an equally important aspect. From the Mughal Empire to the Rajput kingdoms and colonization, every era in Indian history has left an influence that can be judged in the structures found in …

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Sarita Handa’s new home store and products in Japandi minimalism

A larger-than-life origami sculpture by Ankon Mitra adorns the ceiling of a large room, along with a coffee table made from a discarded piece of marble. Soothing monochromatic tones of ivory and gray are offset by strategic pops of color across a pillow here, an interesting artifact there. Understated but attractive artworks by prominent contemporary …

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Step Inside the Home of an Indian Princess in Delhi | Architectural summary

In a leafy 1950s neighborhood with garden bungalows in symmetrical plazas next to Delhi Zoo, the home of Priti Pratap Singh, princess of the former Kuchaman Kingdom, has retained its original whitewashed form. But within its creaking iron gate is a realm of fantasy, a visionary creation of the unknown housed in a rather expected-looking …

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5 Locations In Delhi NCR To Get The Eco-Friendly Idols Of Lord Ganesha Of Ganesh Utsav

Every year, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in full swing to celebrate the birth of Lord Ganesha. With beautiful music, dances and mandas – Delhi is a city that celebrates this festival with fervor and pomp. Over the years, a lot of changes have been seen in the capital during celebrations of such happy events. People …

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Homegrown howitzer rifle for ceremonial 21 salutes on I-day

For the first time, a home-grown howitzer rifle will be used for the ceremonial 21-gun salute at the Independence Day ceremony at the Red Fort, Defense Minister Ajay Kumar said Wednesday. The Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS) was developed under the government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). …

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Tata Power Delhi launched the first handloom unit ahead of the national handloom infrastructure

In the run-up to the National Handloom Day, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, a leading energy company providing electricity to more than 7 million people in the national capital, has established its first ever handloom unit in Shalimar Bagh. This disruption aims to promote India’s traditional art and handicraft heritage, thus empowering women from low-income …

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