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... straight Shakespearean text was at Covent Garden on 15 April 1784, although because of the reference to the play in Palladis Tamia, we know it was definitely performed in Shakespeare's lifetime.
Evidence: Stanley Wells argues that the play's "dramatic structure is comparatively unambitious, and while some of its scenes are expertly constructed, those involving more than, at the most, four characters betray an uncertainty of technique suggestive ...
... structural budget surplus of the general government, build the basis for the debt-to-GDP ratio to start a significant decline in the coming years ahead, which will help ensure that Greece will be labeled "debt sustainable" and fully regain complete access to private lending markets in 2015.[a] While the Greek government-debt crisis hereby is forecast officially to end in 2015, many of its negative repercussions (i.e. a high unemployment rate) are forecast ...
... Tank of Jal Mahal used to filled with water through the tunnel
which was further connected by a long tunnel (canal) to the Beas near Kahnuwan.
The remnants of the tunnel can be seen near Baring Christian College.
Maharaja Sher Singh used to
hold meetings of his courtiers in Jal Mahal. The water reservoir was built by
Shamsher Khan while the beautiful Baradari in the centre of ...
Golden Temple(Harmander Sahib)
The Golden temple is located in the holy city of Amritsar. The Golden temple is famous for its
full golden dome, it is one of the most sacred pilgrim spots for Sikhs. The
Mandir is built on a 67-ft square of marble and is a two storied structure.
Maharaja Ranjit Singh had the upper half of the building built with
approximately 400 kg of gold leaf. The
fourth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Ram Das, who had initially constructed ...
... alight weeds so that it looked like there were loads of candles outside. We ate again as we had a cup a soup with some more breadsticks before we had a large tray made up of chicken curry, rice, dhal, chapatti and some curd (set yoghurt) that was really good considering we were on a train! After 9 stops and almost 6 hours, we finally arrived in Amritsar where we got off the train and followed Pranay to another car that drove us 5 minutes round the corner to our hotel ...