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HISTORY LESSON: On this day (JUNE 25) in 1932 at Lord's, India opened her account in Test wickets when Herbert Sutcliffe was bowled by, probably, the country's fastest bowler of all time Mohammad Nissar. India did marvelously well in her first foray into the international cricket arena, but lost to England by 158 runs.

HISTORY LESSON: On this day (JUNE 25) in 1932 at Lord's, India opened her account in Test wickets when Herbert Sutcliffe was bowled by, probably, the country's fastest bowler of all time Mohammad Nissar. India did marvelously well in her first foray into the international cricket arena, but lost to England by 158 runs.

The discovery of the legendary city of Dwaraka which is said to have been founded by Supreme personality of GODHEAD Lord Sri Krishna, is an important landmark in the history of India. It has set to rest the doubts expressed by historians about the historicity of Mahabharata and the very existence of Dwaraka city. It has greatly narrowed the gap in Indian history by establishing the continuity of the Indian civilization from the Vedic Age to the present day.

The discovery of the legendary city of Dwaraka which is said to have been founded by Supreme personality of GODHEAD Lord Sri Krishna, is an important landmark in the history of India. It has set to rest the doubts expressed by historians about the historicity of Mahabharata and the very existence of Dwaraka city. It has greatly narrowed the gap in Indian history by establishing the continuity of the Indian civilization from the Vedic Age to the present day.

Sri Muktheeswarar Temple Sri Muktheeswarar Temple in Poonthottam Mayavaram District. This place is called as "Thilatharpanapuri" Thilatharpanapuri (Til - Seasame Tharpanam - Performing Last Rites Puri - Place) so this is the place to perform last rites for the deceased. In India 7 places are considered as special or important place for performing Last Rites. Kasi Rameswaram Gaya Thiriveni Sangamam Srivanchiyam Thiruvenkadu & Thilatharpanapuri. Here the lord is called as Sri Muktheeswarar…

Sri Muktheeswarar Temple Sri Muktheeswarar Temple in Poonthottam Mayavaram District. This place is called as "Thilatharpanapuri" Thilatharpanapuri (Til - Seasame Tharpanam - Performing Last Rites Puri - Place) so this is the place to perform last rites for the deceased. In India 7 places are considered as special or important place for performing Last Rites. Kasi Rameswaram Gaya Thiriveni Sangamam Srivanchiyam Thiruvenkadu & Thilatharpanapuri. Here the lord is called as Sri Muktheeswarar…

1947. As a pressman, I told my parents and other family members that we must leave Lahore well before the partition – even if temporarily. I had come to the conclusion after hearing Lord Mountbatten’s words which clearly showed me that Lahore would not to remain with India. And, before the Muslims of Lahore kicked us out, we may as well move to the other side.  My family managed to do that: http://www.pranseth.com/Home/chapter-9…

1947. As a pressman, I told my parents and other family members that we must leave Lahore well before the partition – even if temporarily. I had come to the conclusion after hearing Lord Mountbatten’s words which clearly showed me that Lahore would not to remain with India. And, before the Muslims of Lahore kicked us out, we may as well move to the other side. My family managed to do that: http://www.pranseth.com/Home/chapter-9…

So wrong and so beautiful.    Lord and Lady Curzon, viceroy and vicereine of India, enter Delhi with sepoy escort, circa 1902   I haven’t ridden an elephant in 14 years :(

So wrong and so beautiful. Lord and Lady Curzon, viceroy and vicereine of India, enter Delhi with sepoy escort, circa 1902 I haven’t ridden an elephant in 14 years :(

#Postcards from #pink #rickshaws of dealth-defying experiences in and around the #PinkCity Jaipur.  #ThrowBack ~ The #pink colour has its own #history In 1876, the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria visited India on a tour. Since pink denotes the colour of #hospitality Maharaja Ram Singh (1835-1880) of Jaipur painted the whole city pink to welcome the royal guests.  It was then that Lord Albert exclaimed Jaipur to be a 'Pink City', and hence the name. Every building within the walled…

#Postcards from #pink #rickshaws of dealth-defying experiences in and around the #PinkCity Jaipur. #ThrowBack ~ The #pink colour has its own #history In 1876, the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria visited India on a tour. Since pink denotes the colour of #hospitality Maharaja Ram Singh (1835-1880) of Jaipur painted the whole city pink to welcome the royal guests. It was then that Lord Albert exclaimed Jaipur to be a 'Pink City', and hence the name. Every building within the walled…

Temple Shrine of Deotsidh, near Hamirpur INDIA  This temple shrine is situated in a natural cave atop a hill and was once the abode of Baba Balak Nath. As local legends go, Baba Balak Nath was beelived to be a re-incarnation of Lord Kartikeya, son of Lord Shiva & Goddess Parvati. Deothsidh: means the ‘light of truth’ and refers to a sacred temple shrine of Baba Balaknath, a deified ascetic of ancient times.For complete history please visit www.bababalaknathdeothsidh.com

Temple Shrine of Deotsidh, near Hamirpur INDIA This temple shrine is situated in a natural cave atop a hill and was once the abode of Baba Balak Nath. As local legends go, Baba Balak Nath was beelived to be a re-incarnation of Lord Kartikeya, son of Lord Shiva & Goddess Parvati. Deothsidh: means the ‘light of truth’ and refers to a sacred temple shrine of Baba Balaknath, a deified ascetic of ancient times.For complete history please visit www.bababalaknathdeothsidh.com

http://www.indian-temples-history.in/2011/02/sri-sailam-jyotirlinga-lord-shiva.html Sri Sailam : Jyotirlinga ( Lord Shiva) Andhara Pradesh India

http://www.indian-temples-history.in/2011/02/sri-sailam-jyotirlinga-lord-shiva.html Sri Sailam : Jyotirlinga ( Lord Shiva) Andhara Pradesh India

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