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10 Television Actresses Presents Original Indian Beauty!

Indian television industry is equally popular in world like Bollywood and there are number of stunning of gorgeous hot actresses are rose to stardom …

Lajwanti

<i>Lajwanti</i> is a 1958 Indian drama film directed by Narendra Suri. It was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival, where it was nominated for the …

Bhangarh

<b>Bhangarh</b> (Hindi: भानगढ़) is a village situated in India. It is famous for its historical ruins, and is considered to be one of India's many haunted …

Maharana Pratap

For other people named Pratap Singh, see Pratap Singh.<p><b>Pratap Singh I</b> ( pronunciation (help·info)) (9 May 1540 – 19 January 1597) popularly known as</b> …

Maharana Pratap

For other people named Pratap Singh, see Pratap Singh.<p><b>Pratap Singh I</b> ( pronunciation (help·info)) (9 May 1540 – 19 January 1597) popularly known as</b> …

Mangal Pandey

<b>Mangal Pandey</b> was an Indian soldier who played a key part in events immediately preceding the outbreak of the Indian rebellion of 1857. He was a …

Nana Sahib

For Peshwa Balaji Bajirao of Pune, see Nanasaheb Peshwa.<p>Not to be confused with Nana Fadnavis.<p><b>Nana Sahib</b> (born 19 May 1824 – disappeared 1857), born …

Tantia Tope

<b>Tantia Tope</b>[a] (1814 – 18 April 1859) was a general in the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and one of its notable leaders. He was born as Ramachandra …

Rani of Jhansi

"Jhansi Ki Rani" redirects here. For the television series, see Jhansi Ki Rani (TV series).<p><b>Lakshmibai</b>, the <b>Rani of Jhansi</b> ( pronunciation (help·info); …

Gangadhar Rao

<b>Maharaja Gangadhar Rao Newalkar</b> was the Maharaja of the dominion of Jhansi (in present-day Uttar Pradesh) in northern India, a vassal of Maratha …

Susima

<b>Susima</b> (also <b>Sushima</b> or <b>Sushim</b>;<p>c. 304 – c. 270 BCE) was a prince of the Maurya Empire and the eldest son and heir-apparent of the second Mauryan …

Chandragupta Maurya

"Sandracottus" redirects here. For the genus of beetle, see Sandracottus (beetle).<p>For other uses, see Chandragupta.<p><b>Chandragupta Maurya</b> (reign: …

Bindusara

For the river, see Bindusara River.<p><b>Bindusara</b> (r. c. 297 – c. 273 BCE) was the second Mauryan emperor of India. He was the son of the dynasty's …

Mastani

<i>Mastani</i> (Died 1740 CE) was the daughter of Maharaja Chhatrasal, the founder of the state of Panna in Bundelkhand and the second wife of the Maratha …

Kashibai

<b>Kashibai</b> was the first wife of Bajirao I, the Maratha general and <i>Peshwa</i> (Prime Minister) to the fifth Maratha Chhatrapati (Emperor) Shahu. With …

Baji Rao I

<b>Baji Rao</b> (18 August 1700 – 28 April 1740) was a general of the Maratha Empire in India. He served as <i>Peshwa</i> (Prime Minister) to the fifth Maratha …

Shivaji

For other uses, see Shivaji (disambiguation).<p><b>Shivaji Bhonsle</b> (Marathi [ʃiʋaˑɟiˑ bʱoˑs(ə)leˑ]; c. 1627/1630 – 3 April 1680) was an Indian warrior king …

Prithviraj Chauhan

<b>Prithvirāja III</b> (reign.<p>c. 1178–1192 CE ), popularly known as <b>Prithviraj Chauhan</b> or <b>Rai Pithora</b> in the folk legends, was an Indian king from the …

Ratnasimha

<b>Ratnasimha</b> (IAST: Ratna-Siṃha, r. c. 1302 –1303 CE) was a ruler of the Medapata (Mewar) kingdom in present-day Rajasthan, India. He belonged to the …

Padmavat

For the 2018 film, see Padmaavat.<p><i>Padmavat</i> (or <i>Padmawat</i>) is an epic poem written in 1540 by Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi,[2] who wrote it in the …

Rani Padmini

This article is about the Queen of Mewar. For the Indian actress, see Rani Padmini (actress). For the Malayalam film, see Rani Padmini …

Karuvaki

<b>Karuvaki</b> (or Charuvaki) was the second queen[1] of the third Mauryan emperor, Ashoka. She was also the mother of Ashoka's son, Prince Tivala.<p>Karuvaki …

Ashoka

"<i>Aśoka</i>" and "Asoka" redirect here. For other uses, see Ashoka (disambiguation)<p><b>Ashoka</b> (English: /əˈʃoʊkə/; IAST: <i>Aśoka</i>; died 232 BCE)[5], or <b>Ashoka the</b> …

Murad Mirza (son of Akbar)

<b>Shahzada Murad Mirza</b> (8 June 1570 – 12 May 1599[1]) was a Mughal prince as the second surviving son of Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was the maternal …

Daniyal

For other uses, see Daniyal (disambiguation).<p><b>Daniyal</b> (Arabic: دانيال‎) was a Palestinian village in the Ramle Subdistrict. It was depopulated during …

Shah Begum (wife of Jahangir)

<b>Shah Begum</b> (Persian: شاہ بیگم‎;<p>c.1570 - 16 May 1604) meaning 'The Royal Lady', was the first wife of Prince Salim Mirza future Emperor Jahangir.<p>Born …

Abu'l-Fadl

<b>Abu'l Faḍl</b> (Arabic: ابوالفضل‎) is an Arabic male given name which also occurs in place-names. It means <i>father of virtue</i>. It can variously be …

Man Singh I

<b>Man Singh</b> (<b>Man Singh I</b>) (21 December 1550 – 6 July 1614) was the Rajput Raja of Amber, a state later known as Jaipur in Rajputana. He was a trusted …

Bhagwant Das

Raja <b>Bhagawant Das</b> (Rajasthani: राजा भगवंत दास) (1537 – 10 December 1589) was a Kacchwaha ruler of Amber. One of his descendants, Jai Singh II, …

Bihari Mal

Raja <b>Bihari Mal</b>, also known as <b>Bharmal</b>, <b>Bhagmal</b> and <b>Bihar Mal</b>, (c. 1498 – 27 January 1574) was a Rajput ruler of Amer, which was later known as Jaipur, …