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Essays on Badshahi Mosque

  1. Badshahi Mosque
    mosque. Inspired by the Jamia Mosque of Delhi and Agra, which predate it, the Badshahi Mosque is even more massive than they are. Aurangzeb entrusted the mosque...
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  3. Islamic Background (Going Way Back)
    buildings built by the Mughals, include: Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Babri Mosque, Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens and Agra Fort. During the empire's reign...
  4. Tourism's Importance To The Global And Local Economy
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  5. Manajment Project Of Pc
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  6. About Lahore
    Lahore , Pakistani Cities And Places Resource for Lahore , Pakistani Cities And Places with free picture galleries of People, Places, Monuments, Festivals, Fairs...
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  7. Lahore Parks
    built in 1951 and is situated on the left side of the entrance to the Badshahi Mosque. Iqbal's tomb is focus of attention all the year round and particularly on his...
  8. Religion Pakistan
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  9. General Knowledge
    HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (PBUH) Holy Prophet was born in 571 A.D 22nd April.• Father’s name, Hazat Abdullah.• Mother’ Name, Hazrat Amna.• Maternal Grand Father’s name...
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  10. Aurangazeb
    : Moti Masjid (Delhi Fort), Delhi (1659) Burj-i-Shamali (Delhi Fort), Delhi Badshahi Mosque, Lahore (1674) Bibi ka Maqbara, Aurangabad (1678) Zinat-ul-Masjid...
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  11. Pakistan Society
    s physical beauty, especially in its Mughal architecture, which includes the Badshahi Mosque, Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Fort, and Jahangir's tomb. In the earliest...
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  12. Education
    Unit - 1 A TRAFFIC NIGHTMARE Summary: The residents and the schools in Beach Road are very much upset with the heavy traffic on the road after the new traffic...
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  13. Education
    Makli. Moenjo-daro near Taxila, Harappa near sahiwal, the Lahore Fort, the Badshahi Mosque, Jehangir's and Nur Jehan's tombs and the Shalimar Gardens in  Lahore are...
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  14. Mosque At Ground Zero
    I for one am ashamed to be an American right now. How can we be against the mosque at ground zero? Oh right 9/11 let me inform you all that 9/11 was caused by radicals who...
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  16. Panjab
    architecture in the form of gardens, mosques, tombs and the famous Fort. Shalamar Garden by Shahjehan and Badshahi mosque by Aurangzeb are the emblems of great...
  17. Why The Mosque Should Be Built.
    Christian Mendiola Ms. Nagle English II CPA Period 3 22 September 2010 Why the Islamic Center Should Be Built On September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center was destroyed...
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  18. My Visit To a Mosque
    MY VISIT TO A MUSLIM MOSQUE I t was Friday. July 16, 2010, I finally decided to visit a Muslim mosque, which is located at 2542 Franklin Drive in Ft Lauderdale...
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  19. The "Phenomenon" Of Greece
    Greece is a strange phenomenon the similar of which could hardly be equaled elsewhere in the world. The greatest misfortune of Turkey is that it is condemned to live with that country side by side. When the issue is Turkey, Greece always sees red...
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  20. Mohammad The Greatest Man On Earth
    then started moaning with a sound heard by all the attendants in the mosque. Allah\'s Messenger ( ) went down the pulpit interrupting his sermon, held the trunk...
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  21. Terrorism With Its Global Impact
    The term terrorism is not new. It is in practice since the known recorded history of the world in one way or the other. The terrorists hate this nomenclature for themselves because they justify are their actions and strategy to fight against...
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  22. Seeds And Harvest Of Instituted Credulity
    ‘(Religious) Faith means making a virtue out of not thinking’ – Bill Maher<br /> <br /> What we are made to believe and allowed to convince others and their children to believe ultimately has no bounds. Freedom to exercise religion and...
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  23. Prophet And Nonmuslims
    The Prophet's (PBUH) treatment of Non-Muslims Objectives: In the middle of the current state of uncertainty among almost all Non-Muslims and some Muslims, it appears...
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  24. The Hajj
    Once in a lifetime a Muslim who can afford it, must complete the dangerous pilgrimage to Mecca. In 1999, an estimated 2 million Islamic pilgrims made this...
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  25. Mesa Learning And Audit
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  26. Ch16 India And The Ocean Basin India After The Fall Of The Gupta Dynasty
    Invasion of White Huns from Central Asia beginning 451 CE.Gupta State collapsed mid-6th c.Chaos in northern India.Local power struggles.Invasions of Turkish nomads, absorbed...
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  27. Strength: Tkr
    We are first introduced to Amir, Ali, and Hassan in the recollections of the “poplar trees in the driveway of my father’s house” (Hosseini 3). Ironically, Amir, whose name...
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  28. u.s History
    History: Compare and Contrast Iraq and Vietnam Literature states fascinating details linking Iraq and Vietnam. It is a common knowledge that Iran currently bombarded with...
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  29. Discuss The Purpose Of Religion In Society
    *DISCUSS THE PURPOSE OF* RELIGION IN THE SOCIETY The anthropologist Anthony F.C Wallace has defined religion as “beliefs and rituals concerned with super natural beings...
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  30. Emerson's Individualism
    there is no harm and restriction on dreaming. So, one can just hope that whatever is written in this article becomes a reality some day. After all, everyone has a right to...
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