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Posts Tagged ‘Bazaars’

Cuisine of the Mughals: Babur (1494-1530)

Babur (1494-1530)

Babur was born in Ferghana, in Transoxiana, modern Uzbekistan and Tajikistan; a scion of the dysnasty that had reigned undisputed throughout eastern Iran and Central Asia since the time of Timur. At the age of 12, Babur became the ruler of Ferghana, after his father died.

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Street Foods of India… in pictures

“In the main bazaar of Pahar Ganj, a popular area amongst backpackers who visit Delhi, there is a pakora stand that’s been there since the beginning of time. A fat man used to run it, at the corner of the vegetable market, selling pakoras for ten rupees a  plate.

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The Indian in Italy…Strange and strangely familiar experiences in Verona

Sitting in a small 100 seater aircraft circling over Verona, the city that is best known for being the setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, I am struck by some Indian tourists who are obviously taking a very unusual (for them) holiday in Italy. The family is from rural Punjab, husband, wife and a one year old kid, dressed up to his ears in woolies for the European summer that is still cold for us from warmer tropical climes.

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