There has been intresting account related to the migration of Sayyid Wazil Ali from his native place, i.e., Golconda. He foretold the exact date and year when Mir Azfal-ud-Daula, Asaf Jah V (ruled from 1857 to 1869) would become Nizam when the latter asked him for prayers on his behalf. After becoming the Nizam, Mir Afzal-ud-Daula granted him Jagirs (land). Once, after becoming Nizam, Mir Afzal- ud-Daula summoned him to his court for prayers, which Hazrat Wazir Ali disliked.
Barah Pula is situated in East Nizamuddin near Khan I Khana Tomb on the busy main road past to station. It was built over a stream of Yamuna (Nālā). The bridge has 11 arches carried on 12 piers thus getting its name Barahpula, it is 214 m long and 15m wide bridge.
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was a Renaissance Person, a Polymath: a writer, a religious thinker, a social reformer, and a scholar of comparative religion. His work as a historian added new dimensions to the conventional historiography in South Asia.
Interaction between Harappa people and Aryans way back in time left indelible marks and scars that defined the subcontinent for all times to come. People here in their march have changed faith several times.
The palace is famed as Benazir Kothi, oddly translated in English as the incomparable. It lies to the north of Rampur town, strategically situated on the banks of river Kosi, so as to exist as a naturally cold refuge surrounded on all sides by mango groves spread around the palace in 100 acres.
In a stunning finding, the author recently discovered unseen stone inscriptions from the 1857 Uprising in Delhi, close to Kashmiri Gate. They have some incredible inscriptions, which state: “..9 Pounders. Command Ground near Mori Bastion”
Thereafter the brave Mughal princes called Rao Anirudh Singh near to her elephant and told him, Asmat e Chaghtaiya ba Rajput yak ast ! “The honour of Chughtais (Mughals) is same to Rajputs as their own honour “
Early Life of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan & Sociocultural background of 19th Century, Delhi
However, the history of gender is the most webbed aspect of the Indian history. The silence in the archives around the Indian women has to be explored and removed from the dominant narratives which are overshadowing.
Shivaji ranks amongst the few selected Indian chiefs who displayed exemplary strong moral character and ethics during his long military career. He always showed respect and protected women, children, holy books and places of worship irrespective of creed and religion.