Historical Romance: Rupmati and Baz Bahadur

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Mandu, the erstwhile capital of Malwa Sultanate (now in Madhya Pradesh), is famous as the city of two great lovers, Baz Bahadur (the brave falcon), the Afghan King of Malwa and his Hindu wife Rupmati (possessing beauty). If we go through a brief history of Malwa, in 1542, Sher Shah Suri conquered it after defeating Qadir Shah and appointed Shuja'at Khan as governor of Malwa. Bayazid Khan was the eldest son of Shuja'at Khan and succeeded his father in 1555. After defeating his brothers Daulat Khan and Mustafa Khan and also several other opponents, Bayazid declared himself as the independent ruler of Malwa assuming the title of Sultan Baz Bahadur (1555-1562). He tried to invade the Kingdom of Gondwana, but his army was totally destroyed by Rani Durgavati. Baz Bahadur was the most accomplished man of his day in the science of music. Rupmati was also a musician, singer and poetess.

Famous Battles in Indian History - Part I

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First Battle of Tarain
Between Afghans & Rajputs
Leaders Prithviraj Chauhan and Muhammad Ghori 
Cause Ghori want to establish Muslim Rule in India
Date 1191
Location Tarain, Haryana
Result Victory of Prithviraj Chauhan
Aftermath Prithviraj Chauhan respectfully released Muhammad Ghori
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Facts About the Peacock Throne

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As we know, the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, creator of the world famous Taj Mahal, was a great lover of architecture. The Peacock Throne was built by him to display glory and splendor of the wealthy Mughal Empire. The throne was commissioned in 1628 and took seven years to complete. It was built under the supervision of Bebadal Khan, the goldsmith, at a cost of one crore of rupees. During the eighth year of his reign, the Emperor Shah Jahan sat for the first time on his throne at Agra (in 1635).

How Can You Style the Blog Archive Drop-down Menu Widget

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default blog archive drop down menuPreviously we have seen how to style the Blog Archive Widget with a Scrollbar. It was for the Flat List style. Take a look at the drop-down menu style. The default Blog Archive Drop-down menu widget will look like this: (screenshot on the right side). As you can see, it is really a small one. Here I am sharing you the results when I tried to style it with some CSS: One is blue-colored and the other is white. It is styled according to the width of your sidebar.

Multi-colored Labels For Blogger

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The Blogger Labels Widget can be styled in a variety of ways. Previously we have seen Curled and Animated Labels. Now, how about a colorful Labels Widget? This one supports a maximum of 20 labels. You could get this amazing rainbow widget by adding a few steps of CSS.

Multi-colored Labels For Blogger