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9 news items

 
The Hindu
Wed, 06 Feb 2013 10:48:12 -0800

About English swords, mention may be made of a sword presented in 1875 by the Prince of Wales to Sir Salar Jung I (1829-1883). The blade was manufactured by Wilkinson in London. A curved sword is a present to Sir Salar Jung I from Viscount Kitchner, ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Sun, 03 Aug 2014 11:56:25 -0700

“It was actually constructed during the Mughal period but after it collapsed during the flood, it was rebuilt during the period of Salar Jung I. Its architecture is different from the Puranapul Darwaza,” says M. A. Khayum, former Assistant Director ...

Times of India

Times of India
Fri, 03 Jan 2014 10:39:42 -0800

We can look at Errum Manzil as an office or a building with a number of rooms, but once it was a home — home to the family of Fakhr-ul Mulk, and his nine children, one of whom went on to marry Salar Jung I, while the four sons went on to study in the UK.
 
Times of India
Sat, 11 Jan 2014 16:04:27 -0800

During the reign of Salar Jung I, investigations into grants like Jagir, Inam, lands, and rusum (fees) among others, showed how their validity and legitimacy were questioned time and again. "The grants which were found unlawfully held were confi scated.

The Hindu

The Hindu
Wed, 18 Sep 2013 20:45:00 -0700

Majalis-ul-ushshaq ( Assemblies of lovers): Purchased by Sir Salar Jung I (1829-83), 'Majalis-ul-ushshaq' is an account in Persian of the Sufi saints being in love with women and men. Sufi doctrines explain that to experience the beauty of the 'unseen ...
 
The National
Mon, 20 Dec 2010 12:02:59 -0800

The museum in India hosts the collection of three generations of the Salar Jung family. Mir Turab Ali Khan, also known as Salar Jung I, began the collection around 1884 and it was completed in 1949 with the largest investment made by Mir Yousuf Ali ...
 
Times of India
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 11:49:14 -0800

According to Khan, until 1948, the school known as Madrassa-e-Aliya and founded by Salar Jung I in the Nizam College premises, was ably managed by Anglo Indians. It was shifted to the present premises opposite Nizam College during 1946-47. But soon ...
 
The Hindu
Tue, 13 Jul 2010 04:02:10 -0700

Ali was a grandson of Nawab Imad-ul-Mulk, who had been invited to Hyderabad from the Bilgram village of Uttar Pradesh to be the private secretary of Salar Jung I and tutor of Nizam VI. Later, he became the Director of Education and was also appointed ...
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