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This Island palace set in beautiful lake Pichola is built of gleaming granite and marble
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The Saki
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Nankana Sahib Massacre. The Mahant martyred the Sikhs by burning them alive after fastening them to the Jand Tree. (Inset Martyr Bhai Dalip Singh)
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Sentries guard the palace at Udaipur night and day. The geese are undisturbed by the soldiers
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The Wasted Vigil
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Three Typical Akalis
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The Brimming Cup
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S.B. Captain Gopal Singh, Bhagowalia discussing the Akali situation with S.Teja Singh of Samundri
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The first martyr of Punjab Suba, Kaka Inderjit Singh, Karnal
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The tiled wall of Man Singh's palace at Gwalior : c. 1510
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The Approach to the moon gate of the city of Udaipur over the fine bridge across the moat
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The Old Lamp
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The 15th -Century Jajaz Mahal, the so-called Ship Palace, in the fort at Mandu, captured by Humayun in 1535
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The Memorial Cenotaph of Sangram Singh II at Ahar among the memorials of the Maharanas
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The grave of Humayun's aunt Khanzada, which stand near Babur's in Kabul
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The Maharana of Udaipur boards the State Barge on the lake to attend a religious festival
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Sri Guru Hargobind's Historic Gutka at Gurudwara Chohla Sahib, Kudhani Kalan (Ludhiana), wherefrom he recited Gurbani daily
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Portrait of Sri Guru Hargobind Ji
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Thew old Fort of Chitor,famous in Rajput history for sieges and scenes of great heroism
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