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... by other buildings, including the remains of a 5 arched screen, the tomb of Iltutmish, the son of Qutb, which includes a square courtyard with more intricate carving, and tumbledown tomb of Ala-ud-din. Ala-ud-din started the construction of a second tower, similar to the Qutb Minar but twice as tall, but it never got past the rubble interior of the first storey which still remains, clearly showing the way the building ...
... 000 Indian soldiers who died in World War I, in "France and Flanders, Mesopotamia, and Persia, East Africa, Gallipoli and elsewhere in the near and the far-east", between 1914–19, are inscribed on the memorial arch. In addition, the war memorial bears the names of some 12,516 Indian soldiers who died while serving in "India or the North-west Frontier and during the Third Afghan War". By mid day ...
... li>At the end of Chandni Chowk on the corner was the Digambara Jain Temple, another beautiful temple with over 20 donation boxes inside.
... NGO similar in nature to Kiva with around 5,000,000 lenders, yet operating exclusively in South East Asia. I also set up a field visit for Thursday morning, so that I could witness live repayments and disbursements on the ground done by Shikhar's loan officers. Some background information on what prompted me to meet with a micro finance organization; last semester, I founded a micro finance club at Babson along with several other students. We were looking to have ...
... bumper, horns blaring non-stop. I got back just in time to get ready for the party, having not found the "perfect" outfit I opted to borrow Caroline's silk indian style suit in a beautiful turquoise and fusha, it was gorgeous and I loved wearing it. The event was a bit more formal, taking place on the Swedish Ambassador's lawn to celebrate the Indian Nobel prize winners. Many other embassy heads had been invited and it was a lovely gathering ...