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2C india map

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Isabella King

on 18 December 2012

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Salim Chisti's Tomb Although it is better know as the Taj Mahal, Salim Chisti's Tomb is where the well known saint Salim Chisti was buried. An emperor, named Akbar, had buried him there as a way of giving thanks to Salim Chisti for his blessing witch had given Abkar a son. The Residency Cemetery The Residency Cemetery was built by the local Nawab in the 1800s. After a siege that lasted around 87 days, this is where they buried about 2,000 deceased soldiers and Indians that had sided with the British. The Bara (big) Imambara The Bara Imambara is one of the last monumental buildings built in the 'Mugal Style'. It has a sort of 'friend' next to the Chhota or small Imambra that was built about 50 years later. The Bara Imambara is famous for its structure it's one of the biggest arched buildings in the world!
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