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Forgotten delicacies from Shahjahanabad at Agra food festival
A food festival in the city of the Taj will see the chefs spread out the 350 year old cuisines from Delhi, bearing the stamp of Jahan Ara, daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan.
Agra Food festival will see chefs spread out forgotten delicacies from
A food festival in the city of the Taj will see the chefs spread out the 350 year old cuisines from Delhi, bearing the stamp of Jahan Ara, daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan.
Awaiting a new lease of life
“Figuring out the source of funding took a lot of time as the Shahjahanabad Redevelopment Corporation (SRDC), which is working on the scheme, is a company and not a special purpose vehicle (SPV). The scheme will be positively launched by April 2017,” ...
Easter tales with Burmese flavour
In Delhi, his maternal granduncle had been among the prize-agents who had collected a lot of treasure from aristocratic Muslim homes in the aftermath of the 1857 recapture of Shahjahanabad by the East India Company troops and the consequent ...
Down Memory Lane with the Parsis of New Delhi
During the early years of the twentieth century, Delhi was still confined within the walls of Shahjahanabad, which included Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk and Kashmere Gate. Most Parsis worked at offices and shops in Chandni Chowk. The Ghanta Ghar, with ...

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