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MUST SEE: Uddhav Thackeray's pics of Maharashtra forts Amazing India, Amazing Nature, Indian Architecture, Beautiful Places To Travel, Tourist Places, India Travel, Beautiful Islands, Nature Pictures, Places To See

MUST SEE: Uddhav Thackeray's pics of Maharashtra forts

Days after we introduced you to the other side of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray's, now its time to feast your eyes on photographs clicked by his cousin and Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray.

Practice firing from the walls of a fort on the Northwest Frontier; photograph courtesy of the Centre of South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge; Rare Pictures, Rare Photos, Old Photos, Udaipur India, Jaipur, Indian Caste System, Freedom Fighters Of India, History Of Pakistan, Around The World In 80 Days

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Running Your Little Empire-BRITISH LIFE IN INDIA .[sorry many photos removed by hackers] Those who went to India remembered it as a place of hard work and recalled sometimes resenting British popular stereotypes of them as having lives of leisure--waited on by servants, spending time in posh clubs, attending balls, riding to hounds. They saw the work of empire as demanding, difficult, and at times dangerous. Numerically "thin on the ground," they often assumed great responsibilities and…

“ A Palace Complex with Harem Gardens. India, Lucknow or Faizabad, c. The miniature, whose primary motif is a fantastic palace complex populated by a prince’s concubines along with. Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Pichwai Paintings, Wooden Jigsaw Puzzles, Mughal Empire, Virtual Museum, History Projects, Islamic Art

“A Palace Complex with Harem Gardens” India, Faizabad or Lucknow, c. 1765

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 The Mughal Siege of Daulatabad in the Deccam (April-June The Mughal forces finally succeeded in conquering the fortress of Daulatabad, the greatest of Deccani strongholds, on 27 June Padshahnama, Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Indian Paintings, King Of India, Iron Man Wallpaper, Map Pictures, Medieval Paintings, The Royal Collection

Murar - The Siege of Daulatabad (April-June 1633)

f.144a: siege of Daulatabad (plate 31)The Mughal forces finally succeeded in conquering the fortress of Daulatabad, the greatest of Deccani strongholds, on 27 June 1633. The text reports that its impregnability and fortifications were renowned throughout the world. The capture of the fortress was the key victory in a series of sieges that consolidated Mughal power in the region. This birds-eye view by Murar is one of the most impressive topographical illustrations in the Padshahnama. He has…

Janjira fort is a Jal Durg (sea fort) and is one of a kind. The fort is located near the coastal village named Murud in the Raigadh district of Maharashtra. It is the only undefeated fort along the western coast of India, despite Dutch and English East India Company attacks. It is one of the strongest marine forts of India. The word Janjira is the manipulated version of the Arabic word Jazira that means Island. gopal bodhe photography Shivaji Maharaj Wallpapers, Places To Travel, Places To Go, Star Fort, East India Company, Western Coast, Castle House, Fortification, Ancient Architecture

Janjira fort is a Jal Durg (sea fort) and is one of a kind. The fort is located near the coastal village named Murud in the Raigadh district of Maharashtra. It is the only undefeated fort along the western coast of India, despite Dutch and English East India Company attacks. It is one of the strongest marine forts of India. The word Janjira is the manipulated version of the Arabic word Jazira that means Island. gopal bodhe photography

“ The abandoned sea fort of Murud-Janjira, built in the century off India's Maharashtrian coast. Its name actually means "island-island", since it conjoins the Konkani word "morod" with the Arabic "jazeera", both meaning island. Old Fort, India Travel, Incredible India, Abandoned Places, 17th Century, Location History, Places To Travel, Coast, Around The Worlds

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“#RuinoftheDay: The abandoned sea fort of Murud-Janjira, built in the 17th century off India's Maharashtrian coast. Its name actually means "island-island", since it conjoins the Konkani word "morod" with the Arabic "jazeera", both meaning island.”

Fort of Murud Janjira . In Century Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao Conquered It From Siddi Dynasty Indian Pictures, Rare Pictures, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Wooden Island, Great King, Forts, Picture Collection, Something Beautiful

Fort of Murud Janjira . In 18th Century Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao Conquered It From Siddi Dynasty

Fort of Murud Janjira . In Century Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao Conquered It From Siddi Dynasty Indian Pictures, Rare Pictures, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Wooden Island, Great King, Forts, Picture Collection, Something Beautiful

Fort of Murud Janjira . In 18th Century Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao Conquered It From Siddi Dynasty

The abandoned sea fort of Murud-Janjira, built in the century off the coast of Maharashtra in India. Portsmouth, Places To Travel, Places To See, Rio Tamesis, India Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Architecture Design

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Untitled - caption: 'A bird's-eye view of the Red Fort at Delhi from the east, showing an emperor, probably Shah Alam entering the Diwan-i-Khas on right. The Rang Mahal is on the left, the Khwabgah Jharoka in the centre and the Pearl Mosque on Mughal Architecture, Agra Fort, Shah Alam, Mughal Empire, Birds Eye View, British Library, Mosque, Fine Art America, Taj Mahal

The Red Fort, Delhi

Opaque water-colour of a bird's-eye view of the Red Fort at Delhi from the east, by an anonymous ...

Murud – Janjira Fort – Sanskriti - Hinduism and Indian Culture Website Most Beautiful, Beautiful Places, Forts, Incredible India, Palaces, Art And Architecture, Tourism, Exotic, Places To Visit

Murud – Janjira Fort – Sanskriti - Hinduism and Indian Culture Website

Situated on a rock of oval shape near the port town of Murud, 165kms south of Mumbai, Janjira is one of the strongest marine forts of India (the word ‘Janjira’ is a corruption of the Arabic word Jazira for island). The forts is approached by sailboats from Rajapuri jetty.

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Vivez la vie de Maharaja au Ahilya Fort à Maheshwar

Perché sur les rives du fleuve Narmada, le Ahilya Fort est un lieu enchanteur restauré avec soin par le fils de l’ancien Maharaja d’Indore. Composée de 6 bâtiments du XVIIIème