The Economic Impact of Taj Mahal

‘A Teardrop on the Cheek of Time.’  This is how Rabindranath Tagore described the Taj Mahal. The beautiful mausoleum on the bank of river Yamuna in Agra, made by emperor Shah Jahan, in 1631, in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal has a dreamlike quality and showcases the art and culture of the Mughal times. Though much
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By Somali K Chakrabarti China targeting Indian wedding market                                                                                               
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Kolkata, the ‘City of Joy’, is a city with a glorious past! For those who live there, Kolkata is also about its alluring spirit, emotions, heightened sensibilities and creative energy. It is a city with fabulous heritage architecture where the old merges with the new. Going back a bit into the history of Kolkata (previously Calcutta), we find that Calcutta
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By Somali K Chakrabarti Autumn (Sharad) or Fall is the season when you feel the first crispness in air, the summer is gone, monsoon has infused new life into trees and fall is in the air. As nature turns the world into its big canvas, people in most parts of India prepare to worship the
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History has its own charm! Vintage pictures of Mumbai, from the 19th century, evoke a sense of nostalgia. These pictures, with their old world charm and enticing simplicity, tell the story of how life would have been in those times. The images, though may not be of practical significance, have an expressive value and a cultural significance. These
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Warli Wall Art Festival, 2014. When the walls of a school were used as canvas, it resulted in some amazing paintings! The Wall Art Festival was organized for promoting sustainable international cooperation through the Power of Art. The walls of a primary school in Warli, Gujarat were used as a canvas on which two artists, one from India, the
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