Humayun’s Tomb

Ahona Sengupta -August 30, 2022

Security personnel at Delhi’s monuments struggle to survive because of meagre wages, delayed salaries and penalties. They often spend the night at their workplace as there is no provision for night transport. And yet, they continue

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Ali Fraz Rezvi -August 28, 2022

The 75th anniversary of Indian independence was celebrated with magnificence. The whole of Delhi was tri-coloured, from roofs of the newly built houses to the century- old tombs scattered in different regions of the city. The very same tombs and monuments are the living memoirs of a blood-soaked Partition

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Ahona Sengupta -August 20, 2022

Built in 1570, the glorious monument was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent and is also believed to be the architectural inspiration behind Shah Jahan’s Taj Mahal.

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