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Digitising two centuries of Indian printed books



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The British Library holds the world’s largest single collection of early printed South Asian-language books, many of them now unique. Its collections include 20,000 Indian manuscripts, the earliest of which date back almost 2,000 years, as well as countless other materials from the region. This collection is the most important outside South Asia, and offers a wealth of research material tracing India’s rich literary heritage.

The Two Centuries of Indian Print: 1713–1914 project will digitise and make freely available this rich collection of early South Asian-language early printed books, ensuring preservation of fragile originals for future generations.

The project will encompass digitising 1,000 books in Bengali, amounting to 200,000 pages, as well as enhancing the catalogue records to automate searching and aid discovery by researchers.

Demand for early Bengali printed works in the Library’s collection is particularly high, and digitisation will make them available to researchers beyond the Library’s Reading Rooms, giving global access to the British Library’s South Asian printed collections, many of which are now rare or unique.

Promoting advances in research, access to cultural heritage, and progress in international relations lie at the heart of the British Library’s core purposes, and Two Centuries of Indian Print will work toward fulfilling these goals.

The initiative is in partnership with School of Cultural Texts and Records (SCTR) of Jadavpur University, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, and the Library at SOAS University of London, working with the National Library of India, the National Mission on Libraries, and other institutions in India.

Old Indian Notes Value in Auction | 5 Rupees Tractor Note, 10 Rupees Peacock Note Value 1 Rupee Note



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Old Indian Notes Value and Price | 1 Rupee Note Bundle Value, 2 Rupee Note Value, 5 Rupee Note Value



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Old Indian Notes Value 1 Rupee Montek Singh Ahluwalia Note Bundle Value 1 Rupee R.N. Malhotra Note



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Old Indian Coins Value and Price 100% 25 Paise Coin Value, 50 Paise Coin, 1 Rupee Coin 5 Rupees Coin



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Pakistani Food in Dubai | Dubai Food Vlog | Ep 1 | Indian Food Blogger



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With this series, I am going internaional for the first time on my channel!

In this episode, I share with you my first meal experience in #Dubai and a few tourist attractions we visited in #Sharjah later in the day.
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10th Pass Indian Navy MR Books, SSR, AA, | Best Books For Navy Exam | Indian Navy MR Question Paper



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Sell 2 Rupees Note 800000? Direct Buyer Number | Rare 2 Rupees Indian Note Value



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Native American Pottery: How to Identify and Price Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery



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Early Native American Santa Clara pottery is highly sought after by pueblo pottery collectors. Learn the different pottery types, price values and history of Santa Clara pottery. Dr. Mark Sublette owner of Medicine Man Gallery with 25 years experience gives you tips on what to look for when collecting Santa Clara pottery.

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Native American Pottery – How to Identify and Price Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery

One of the most ubiquitous pottery in New Mexico is actually Santa Clara pottery. Santa Clara pots are made just at the pueblos, which is north of Santa Fe around 35 miles. In fact, if you would go and visit Santa Clara Pueblo you would find lots of Potters – you’d find little homes you could go visit and buy pottery directly from the Potters.

Now what I’d like to discuss is these early Santa Clara pieces, like this. This is a big Olla that dates from right around the turn of the century, and these were made as early as 1800. These are somewhat difficult to identify compared to San Juan, which was also made at that time. What you would see in the San Juan vessels is they’re large, but they usually don’t have a neck like this one – it’s a shorter neck and there is a demarcated line between black and kind of a gray slip. The slip is the covering of the pot that they make.

Now you’ll notice that all these are black, and black-ware has been made in Santa Clara Pueblo for over 300 years. In fact, the earliest stuff that we would see is the Capo black which was about 1700s and actually even a little before that they were making small bowls that were black.

To get the black, this is a smothered fire reduced so there’s less oxygenation and then that’s where the black comes from in the fire, and if you keep it hot and you have a very high oxygenated fire you’ll get the red.

All the Sana Clara pots you see on this table are early pieces. The earliest ones that were made that you would find for trade are the things like this. You would see candlesticks and wedding vases—these would be made for the trading posts; these would be also made for the railroad. You would show up and you could buy pieces directly from the Indians. You’ll notice in this small pot which is probably from the 20s that it’s carved, and that’s one of the big differences between Santa Clara and San Ildefonso pottery is that the Santa Clara pottery is carved.

Some of the things that you’ll see on the Santa Clara pots are bear paws, which are very typically seen in the Tafoya family pots. The earliest bear paws were seen on jars called water jars, which has a very small base (and) then they have a double rainbow or rainbow which is an inundated small rim at the top of the pot, as well as sometimes they’ll have little dots which represent raindrops.

You’ll see these types of pots even used in things like Curtis, who use these in his photographs (very famous). These rainbow water jars are highly collectible when you can find them.

Now in San Ildefonso, which is very close to Santa Clara, the black-on-black pottery was invented by Maria and Julian, Julian invented this somewhere in the winter of about 1919 to the early 1920 timeframe (right in that time frame) and that is where you have a black matte. Now you will see this on Santa Clara pueblo starting in the 20s and 30s when they would (Maria and Julian) would exhibit at places like Indian Market. The Santa Clara’s would see it and they said “ok let’s see how you make that,” and Maria and Julian were very good about sharing that information.

So just because you have a painted black on black pot doesn’t mean it has to be from San Ildefonso, it can also be Santa Clara. But generally Santa Clara pots are going to have carvings, and they’re going to be black and sometimes red.

Other carvings that you might see in Santa Clara pots are things like (besides the Bear Paw or Avanyu) and one of the best would have been Teresita Naranjo. She made great carvings. There’s a lot of living families that still make great pots – there’s the Tafoya family. Margaret Tafoya and also her kids, whether it’s Luanne Tafoya or Mellie Youngblood who’s passed, or Tony Roller, all their kids are making wonderful pots. The Youngbloods, like Nancy and her brother Nathan Youngblood, and their kids as well.

So, it’s a vibrant community that’s still making pottery and some of the very best pottery that’s being made today. And you have people like Tammy Garcia, who can get a hundred thousand for a great Santa Clara pot. So, when you think of Santa Clara pottery don’t just think of the old material, which we love and dearly have, but there’s also contemporary work as well.

MoU signed between PHD Chamber and Indian Yoga Association in presence of Baba Ramdev



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An MoU was signed between PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Indian Yoga Association in presence of yoga guru Baba Ramdev in New Delhi. The MoU was signed to promote yoga, health and spiritual tourism all across the country. Baba Ramdev said, ‘MoU is a big step towards promoting Indian culture and traditions globally.’

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Mission Gaganyaan Approved – ISRO will send 3 Indians by 2022 – First Indian Mission to Space



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In Search of the World’s Fastest Indian



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We took a two-day road trip to see what memorabilia we could find of Herbert ‘Burt’ Munro (or ‘Bert’ – we noticed both spellings on the trip) and ‘the world’s fastest Indian’. Up until this point we only really knew what the 2005 movie had told us.

This isn’t an in-depth documentary, there are plenty of books and information out there already, but more a document of a Two Kiwi Riders road trip to see what we could see and find out about the man and his machine.

In memory of Herbert James Munro ~ 1899 – 1978

Burt’s achievements were dramatised in the 2005 movie, ‘The World’s Fastest Indian’ starring Anthony Hopkins.

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EXTREME Indian STREET FOOD Tour of VV Puram FOOD STREET | Bengaluru, India



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My trip to India in November of 2018 was one for the books. After falling in love with India earlier in the year in January and February, I finally made my way back for a life-changing journey through the country that I will never forget. And I did it all with my buddy Sam from Sam & Audrey.

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My first day in Bengaluru was coming to a close, but just because the sun was going down doesn’t mean I was done scouring the city for more epic food experiences! Come along with me, Sam, and our boy Abhishek as we head out on an amazing nighttime street food tour of VV Puram Food Street in Bengaluru!

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VV Puram Food Street is an extremely popular street in Bengaluru that is lined with food stalls as far as the eye can see. I had heard a lot about the food in this city for months before I came and I knew my taste buds were in for a treat!

First up, we had a huge idli called Thatte Idli, which is easily two or three times the size of a regular idli. It was served with coconut chutney and tomato chutney. It was soft and fluffy like always, and the chutneys were a little spicy, but that’s what I like! The bland flavor of the idli was the perfect counterbalance to the extremely flavorful chutneys.

As we traveled through the dense crowd, we spotted some people sharing some nitrogen biscuits, which I’d had during my first trip to India. But this time, I was here for the floating pani puri, which is pani puri that is served in a plate filled with jaljeera water. It was absolutely incredible. It was a little spicy, and one of the best pani puris I’ve ever had in my life! And yes, of course I drank the jaljeera water!

Then Sam tried a chili shot, one of the ingredients in the pani puri. It’s very strong on its own!

Next, we had some sugarcane juice that was infused with ginger. Even with the ginger, it was surprisingly refreshing and helped to cool our mouths down after the spicy pani puri.

After my mouth had cooled off, I was ready to heat it up again, this time with one of the most extreme foods you’ll find in India, Fire Paan! In this wild version of regular paan, the ingredients inside are lit on fire and shoved into your mouth by the vendor. It looks insane, but it’s actually totally safe! It was crunchy, minty, smoky, and absolutely delicious! There was also some dried fruit inside. The energy boost you get from it hits you hard and fast, and I was wired almost immediately afterward!

Our next culinary adventure was fried cauliflower with a delicious red sauce from a friendly stranger who let us try their food! The sauce was tomato-based and wasn’t spicy at all. We followed that up with potato twisters, which is a spiralized potato that’s skewered on a stick and then friend until it’s extremely crunchy. The tanginess from the piri piri on it was fantastic!

Next, we tried the nitrogen wafer, a crunchy, freezing cold snack that makes you look like you’re breathing steam when it interacts with the body heat from your mouth! We followed that up with the Dragon Breath, a nitrogen ice cream that does the same thing! We spent a while playing around with the nitrogen treats with some fellow food seekers and just had a good time with them!

Our next treat was roasted chilli corn, which is corn on the cob that is roasted and filled with chilies, ghee, and lime juice. While you can’t see any chilies in it, don’t be fooled. It has a kick that sneaks up on you!

Next, we had a piping hot sweet roti, which was very doughy. The saccharine flavor of the added jaggery made is super sweet, but delicious! But at that point, I was stuffed!

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Indian Air Force joins rescue operations in Meghalaya



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he rescue operation to evacuate the 15 miners trapped inside a rat-hole mine in Meghalaya is still underway even as agencies are racing against time to find them alive. On Friday, an Indian Air Force plane carrying high-power pumps and NDRF personnel took off from Odisha to join the rescue effort.

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Coin roll hunting old wheat penny roll! Indian pennies, steal pennies and rare pennies to look for!



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We coin roll hunt old wheat penny roll and found some cool stuff!
Rare wheat pennies to look for!
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50 paise coin price 60,000 rupees | Rare 50 paise coins | Old Indian



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About – In this video i will discuss about price and value of 50 paise old coins of India,
Friends Here we will see which is most rare 50 paise coin and which year of 50 paise coin can give you more money and this video covers 4 most rare 50 paise coin 1957, 1959, 1988, 1986 of india in nickel and copper nickel.

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