@rastogiswapnil

@rastogiswapnil

Aspire to Inspire Wish me on 29th May In a world of darkness look up at the stars. Astronomer | Blogger | Linguaphile | Photographer | Heritage Lover

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Mir Babbar Ali Anees, also known as Mir Anees (1803-1874) was one of the greatest Urdu poets. His tomb is situated in the Chobdaari Mohalla of old Lucknow. He used his pen-name of Anees in poetry. Anees used Persian, Urdu, Arabic, and Sanskrit words in his poetry. Anis wrote prolonged Marsiyas. His outstanding contributions in beautifying the language of Lucknow is incredible. He is known as "Khuda-e-sukhan" (God of poetry). He was one of the favourite poets of Wajid Ali Shah and used to recite his marsiyas in Imambada Qasr-ul-Aza (now Safed Baradari), Qaiserbagh, Lucknow.

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Mir Babbar Ali Anees, also known as Mir Anees (1803-1874) was one of the greatest Urdu poets. His tomb is situated in the Chobdaari Mohalla of old Lucknow. He used his pen-name of Anees in poetry. Anees used Persian, Urdu, Arabic, and Sanskrit words in his poetry. Anis wrote prolonged Marsiyas. His outstanding contributions in beautifying the language of Lucknow is incredible. He is known as "Khuda-e-sukhan" (God of poetry). He was one of the favourite poets of Wajid Ali Shah and used to recite his marsiyas in Imambada Qasr-ul-Aza (now Safed Baradari), Qaiserbagh, Lucknow.

This door I found while roaming in the serpentine alleys of Chowk, Lucknow & this attracted me a lot as the intriguing wooden decor work on the windows/doors is really hard to find in these days.

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This door I found while roaming in the serpentine alleys of Chowk, Lucknow & this attracted me a lot as the intriguing wooden decor work on the windows/doors is really hard to find in these days.

Blessed to see all this under the name of @sky_foundation (SKY). Our club recognised by @vigyanprasar  for the outstanding performance in the calendar year 2020. 
Thank you everyone for being so supportive all the time. 
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Blessed to see all this under the name of @sky_foundation (SKY). Our club recognised by @vigyanprasar for the outstanding performance in the calendar year 2020. Thank you everyone for being so supportive all the time. ✨💫✨

Can't thank enough to God, parents, friends and acquaintances who continuously shower their blessings on me and made my journey great so far. Happy so see my work got featured in recently published book on the History of Aligarh Muslim University, 'Discovering AMU' by Atif Hanif @atifhanif_lko
It was lovely meeting with him today as well.

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Can't thank enough to God, parents, friends and acquaintances who continuously shower their blessings on me and made my journey great so far. Happy so see my work got featured in recently published book on the History of Aligarh Muslim University, 'Discovering AMU' by Atif Hanif @atifhanif_lko It was lovely meeting with him today as well.

Clock Tower, Hussainabad, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh :- About 67 meters in height, which roughly translates to about 219 feet, Lucknow's Hussainabad Clocktower commonly known as Ghantaghar has been identified as the tallest among all the clock towers in various Indian cities.
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Clock Tower, Hussainabad, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh :- About 67 meters in height, which roughly translates to about 219 feet, Lucknow's Hussainabad Clocktower commonly known as Ghantaghar has been identified as the tallest among all the clock towers in various Indian cities. . . . . . . . . . . . . #lucknowphotography #lucknow #lucknowblogger #lucknowcity #lucknowdiaries #lucknowinfluencers #lucknow_igers #lucknowtourism #lucknow32 #mycitylucknow #heritageofindia #heritageoflucknow #saveourheritage @apnalucknow_official @lucknowstory @lucknowcity @hi.lucknow @lucknow_influencer lucknowity @lucknow_foodie @apka_lucknow @bindassali @mycity.lucknow @lucknowbeautifull @lucknow.sheher @i.love.lucknow @lucknowbloggers @lucknow_memes @lucknow_blogger_ @models_of_lucknow_ @lucknowi_influencers @lucknow_central @businessesoflucknowofficial @uttar_pradesh @stories.of.up @inarch_center @sodelhi @guzashta_lakhnau

Vilayati Bagh, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh :- This garden was built by King Ghazi-ud-Din Haider (1st King of Awadh) in the area of Bibi Pur on the right bank of river Gomti. The Vilayati Bagh was built for Mubarak Mahal (the European wife of King Ghazi-ud-Din Haider). 

Made of Lakhauri bricks in lime-surkhi mortar, it is roughly square on plan measuring about 200m x 200m with high enclosure walls which served as screen wall for the ladies of the royal family. The garden has two entrances, principal being on the West and second on the East which leads towards river Gomti.

Designed on Awadh style, building on the north-west corner has few cells on either side with a courtyard in the center, embellished with cusped arched entrances. The western enclosure wall is comparatively higher pierced with massive gateway and flanking structures on either side.

Once the entire complex had magnificent garden with beautiful flowers and plants of European variety which were carefully grown there. This garden was extensively damaged during the First War of Independence in 1857-58.

Via- Wikimapia

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Vilayati Bagh, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh :- This garden was built by King Ghazi-ud-Din Haider (1st King of Awadh) in the area of Bibi Pur on the right bank of river Gomti. The Vilayati Bagh was built for Mubarak Mahal (the European wife of King Ghazi-ud-Din Haider). Made of Lakhauri bricks in lime-surkhi mortar, it is roughly square on plan measuring about 200m x 200m with high enclosure walls which served as screen wall for the ladies of the royal family. The garden has two entrances, principal being on the West and second on the East which leads towards river Gomti. Designed on Awadh style, building on the north-west corner has few cells on either side with a courtyard in the center, embellished with cusped arched entrances. The western enclosure wall is comparatively higher pierced with massive gateway and flanking structures on either side. Once the entire complex had magnificent garden with beautiful flowers and plants of European variety which were carefully grown there. This garden was extensively damaged during the First War of Independence in 1857-58. Via- Wikimapia . . . . . . . . . . . #lucknowphotography #lucknow #lucknowblogger #lucknowcity #lucknowdiaries #lucknowinfluencers #lucknow_igers #lucknowtourism #lucknow32 #mycitylucknow #heritageofindia #heritageoflucknow #saveourheritage #heritageoflucknow @apnalucknow_official @lucknowstory @lucknowcity @hi.lucknow @lucknow_influencer lucknowity @lucknow_foodie @apka_lucknow @lucknow.verified @mycity.lucknow @lucknowbeautifull @lucknow.sheher @i.love.lucknow @lucknowbloggers @lucknow_memes @lucknow_blogger_ @models_of_lucknow_ @lucknowi_influencers @lucknow_central @businessesoflucknowofficial @uttar_pradesh @stories.of.up @solucknow @navneelneeraj @marinedrivegomtinagar

It was only carelessness and irresponsible behaviour of the system who took my father away from myself. He was not died, but he was murdered. 
This too shall pass but when, who knows. 
अब तो समझ जाओ, किस चीज़ की ज्यादा जरूरत है।
मंदिर - मस्जिद की या अस्पताल की। हर तरफ बस मौत का मंजर है। पहली बार अपने ही देश में देशद्रोही होने जैसा लग रहा है। मेरा भारत महान बोलने मात्र से कुछ नही होने वाला, ये देश आपका भी है। 🙏🙏

Lucknow: No beds, critical patients die in queue | Lucknow News - Times of India https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/no-beds-critical-patients-die-in-queue/articleshow/82169887.cms

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It was only carelessness and irresponsible behaviour of the system who took my father away from myself. He was not died, but he was murdered. This too shall pass but when, who knows. अब तो समझ जाओ, किस चीज़ की ज्यादा जरूरत है। मंदिर - मस्जिद की या अस्पताल की। हर तरफ बस मौत का मंजर है। पहली बार अपने ही देश में देशद्रोही होने जैसा लग रहा है। मेरा भारत महान बोलने मात्र से कुछ नही होने वाला, ये देश आपका भी है। 🙏🙏 Lucknow: No beds, critical patients die in queue | Lucknow News - Times of India https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/no-beds-critical-patients-die-in-queue/articleshow/82169887.cms

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