Heritage Times

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सईद सुल्ताना : भारतीय इतिहास की सबसे बड़ी महिला टेबल टेनिस खिलाड़ी

वो साल 1951 था ऑस्ट्रिया के विएना शहर में अंतर्राष्ट्रीय टेबल टेनिस प्रतिस्पर्धा हो रही थी। रोमानिया की एंजेलिका रोज़ेनु

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जगदेव प्रसाद: भारत का महान लड़ाका

  – जयन्त जिज्ञासु   बिहार के सामंती ठसक वाले इलाक़े में पैदा हुए “बिहार लेनिन” जगदेव बाबू (2 फरवरी

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अल्लाजिलाई ~ जिसकी मौत ने अज़ीमाबाद के लोगों को मर्माहत कर दिया।

बिहार के पटना के पास मौजूद सबलपुर के इस क़ब्र के बारे में वहाँ के लोग भी बहुत कम जानते

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When Lalu Prasad Yadav Travelled in Sleeper Coaches, Slept on Chauki: RJD’s Supremo’s Journey Since 1970s

As PUSU president (elected in alliance between Samajwadi Yuvraj Sabha and Vidyarthi Parishad), Lalu was member of government committees of Patna district and had successfully persuaded the administration to have special counters for students in all cinema halls. PUSU president was entitled with telephones in the office and residence and hostel room.

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Shahrukh Khan’s father Meer Taj Mohammad write about a martyr freedom fighter

Shahrukh Khan’s father Meer Taj Mohammad wrote that Hari Kishan was the brother of Bhagat Ram who, in the grab of Rahmat Khan, escorted Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose from Calcutta to Kabul vin the Khyber Pass, eluding Birtish Intelligence. Bhagat Ram being a Pathan, did not have much difficulty in impersonating as a ‘Maulvi’ and he took Netaji with him in the guise of Zainuddin, his dumb elder brother going on a pilgrimage to a sacred tomb in Afghanistan.

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From Reforming Mithila University to Defeating Nagendra Jha; Dr Shakeelur Rehman Led Fight Against Corruption and Became First Muslim MP from Darbhanga

  Being a literary critic, educational administrator and a politician- is a combination unique of its kind and rarely seen

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Bhagat Singh’s first article on Martyrs! “Blood Sprinkled on the Day of Holi Babbar Akalis on the Crucifix”

    (Bhagat Singh wrote this article on the crucifixion of the six Babbar Akalis for the Hindi Paper Pratap,

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A must read letter written by Abraham Lincoln to his son’s teacher :

Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln led the United States through its Civil War—its bloodiest war and perhaps its greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis. In doing so, he preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the economy. Abraham Lincoln wrote a famous letter to his son’s teacher, who must read for all parents, Abraham Lincoln wrote to his son’s teacher:

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Khuda Bakhsh, Hindu Muslim unity & cow protection movement

The biggest achievement of Khuda Baksh was creating a public library from the precious collections of his father and making his own valuable collection of books, which was later named as “Oriental Public Library”.

He started constructing a separate special building for the library, which was completed in two years. The library was inaugurated by the Lieutenant Governor of Bangal Sir Charles Elliot in 1891. At that time it was having around 4000 hand written books in the library.

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Bipin Chandra Pal on Muslims in Indian Freedom Struggle

During my (Bipin Chandra Pal) college life in Calcutta, the country was passing through great political changes that had a lasting effect upon social and political evolution. During the closing years of my school days, Lord Mayo was the Indian Viceroy. His brief Viceroyalty was noted for the deportation of the Wahabi leader, Amir Khan.

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अंग्रेज़ों के ख़िलाफ़ विद्रोह करने वाले राजा जहांगीर बख़्श ख़ान से जुड़ी 300 साल पुरानी ईमारतें हो रहीं ज़मींनदोज़

परिवार के लोगों ने किला व मजार को सरंक्षित करने की मांग की मो. असग़र ख़ान/  अलबदर ख़ान गया: बिहार की

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ख़ुदा बख़्श ओरियंटल लाइब्रेरी, पटना के संस्थापक मौलवी ख़ुदा बख़्श

Shubhneet Kaushik मध्यकालीन भारत के दिग्गज इतिहासकार सर यदुनाथ सरकार ने मौलवी ख़ुदा बख़्श (1842-1908) को ‘इस्लामिक अध्ययन के संदर्भ-ग्रंथों

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