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Insha-e-Darab: A celebration of Kashmir's illustrious and rich heritage

At the Amar Singh Club in Srinagar, a seven-day exhibition centred on the rare manuscripts of the renowned Persian author, poet, and scholar Khawaja Muhammad Amin Darab from the 20th century came to an end on November 20.

Insha-e-Darab: A celebration of Kashmir's illustrious and rich heritage(ANI photo)
Insha-e-Darab: A celebration of Kashmir's illustrious and rich heritage(ANI photo)
Published on Nov 21, 2022 03:01 PM IST

Jammu Heritage Festival organised at Ramnagar Fort to promote tourism

The sole purpose of organising these events is to promote Heritage Tourism in Jammu. Ramnagar is not only popular for Ramangar Fort but also for its scenic beauty, pleasant weather, local cuisine and tourist sites.

Jammu Heritage Festival organised at Ramnagar Fort to promote tourism (Twitter/DhananjayBali)
Jammu Heritage Festival organised at Ramnagar Fort to promote tourism (Twitter/DhananjayBali)
Updated on May 09, 2022 07:34 PM IST

HRD Ministry approves renovation of heritage building of IIAS

Union ministry of human resource development (MHRD) has recently given its in-principle approval for the renovation of the heritage building which was renamed as Rashtrapati Nivas after Independence, IIAS director Makarand R Paranjape said on Monday.

Indian Institute of Advanced Study.(HT file)
Indian Institute of Advanced Study.(HT file)
Published on Oct 21, 2019 04:33 PM IST

A walk through centuries in Tauru, Nuh

A three-and-a-half acre complex with seven tombs in Tauru, Nuh, represents different architectural styles from the Tughlaq, Lodhi, post-Lodhi and early Mughal periods. Built from the 14th century onwards, the structures are decaying for lack of upkeep.

A view of one of the seven tombs in Taruu, Nuh, Haryana.(Parveen Kumar / HT Photo)
A view of one of the seven tombs in Taruu, Nuh, Haryana.(Parveen Kumar / HT Photo)
Updated on Jul 06, 2020 01:44 AM IST

Supreme Court gives UP govt more time to submit Taj Mahal protection plan

On August 28, the Centre had told the Supreme Court that it had communicated to the Uttar Pradesh government to send a proposal to declare Agra a heritage city.

Workers sweep the premises of Taj Mahal under 'Swachhta hi Seva' campaign, in Agra.(PTI/File Photo)
Workers sweep the premises of Taj Mahal under 'Swachhta hi Seva' campaign, in Agra.(PTI/File Photo)
Published on Sep 25, 2018 11:36 PM IST
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